FOR ALL THOSE INTERESTED IN DRIVING INNOVATION THAT IMPROVES THE WORLD.
As Indiana University’s fastest-growing unit and the nation’s largest school of its kind featuring computer science, informatics, information science, intelligent systems engineering, and library science, we find ourselves at a crucial point in our school’s history to capitalize on our growth and momentum.
As educators, innovators, and entrepreneurs, this is an incredible opportunity for us to push boundaries and be driven by the continued pursuit of excellence as we chart the course of our future.
To create the future we envision—one of innovation, of shared learning, of opportunities for our students to change the world—we need partners.
For all who believe that access to technology and information enables everyone, everywhere to flourish; for all who wish to support world-changing research; for all who wish to foster trailblazing education, and encourage diversity and entrepreneurial efforts—we invite you to support the Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing.
We’ve accomplished so much, but we’re just getting started. Join us and see all that we can achieve together.
Here’s how you can invest in the School:
You can make a permanent impact on the School's students and faculty through a planned or deferred gift. Such gifts enable you to support both the School and your financial-estate, and tax planning goals. Please use the IU Foundation's planned giving site to discover how to make a remarkable gift that furthers your own goals and interests. For additional information, please contact Kate Zilvinskis, associate director of development, at email@example.com or (812) 856-0339.
Leadership and Major Gifts
Leadership and major gifts are extraordinary and visionary investments that impact our students, faculty, and school in perpetuity. Such gifts can provide the School with named facilities or endow and name scholarships, fellowships, chairs, programs, and centers. For additional giving opportunities, please contact Kate Zilvinskis, associate director of development, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (812) 856-0339.
Recurring Monthly Gifts
You can make a recurring gift by credit card online. To make a gift by automatic credit card or bank account deduction, complete the mail-in electronic funds transfer form (PDF). Your gift will be automatically deducted from your bank account or be billed to your credit card monthly.
Participating in your employer's matching program can greatly increase the impact of your generosity. Learn more.
Gifts of Stock
Gifts of publicly traded stock allow you to claim a charitable deduction for the full fair market value of the securities on the date the gift is made. Additionally, donors pay no capital gains tax on any appreciation in the value of the securities since they were acquired. Securities may be electronically transferred to the School by contacting your broker. Consult your tax advisor for detailed information. For additional giving opportunities, please contact Kate Zilvinskis, associate director of development, at email@example.com or (812) 856-0339.
Fulfilling our greatest need, gifts to the Dean’s Fund helps support critical, otherwise unfunded programs supporting all areas of our School. Make a gift to the Dean’s Fund.
Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing Conference Support Fund
Gifts will support undergraduate and graduate students in the School of Informatics and Computing attending the Grace Hopper Conference or any other diversity related conference.
Computer Science Student Support Fund
Student support funds provide scholarships, conference travel, and other critical educational opportunities for computer science students in our school.
Informatics Student Support Fund
Student support funds provide scholarships, conference travel, and other critical educational opportunities for informatics students in our school.
Information and Library Science Support Fund
Student support funds provide scholarships, conference travel, and other critical educational opportunities for information and library science students in our school.