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Support what inspires you

Whether you choose to give once or many times over the span of years, your contribution can change the course of a student's life for the better. Make your gift a reflection of your own passions, or in honor of someone else's. You have the opportunity to offer your support to IU Southeast as a whole, or to the specific IU Southeast schools, faculty, facilities, and programs that carry the most significance to you.

Options for giving to IU Southeast

General Fund

Want to support IU Southeast without choosing a particular program? Donations to our IU Southeast General Fund are used wherever they are needed most.

Campus and Student Life

Promote the improvement of IU Southeast's campus, and help us provide more and better experiences for our students.

School of Arts and Letters

Support programs in several high-demand fields, including modern languages, music and fine arts, and communications studies.

School of Business

Help us prepare students for careers in growing fields like finance, marketing, and information management.

School of Education

Your gift will aid the School of Education in making an impact on the high-quality, caring educational leaders of the future.

School of Natural Sciences

Support the School of Natural Sciences' students, faculty, and top-notch laboratories and research facilities.

School of Nursing

Your gift supports the School of Nursing's mission to produce leaders who meet the health care needs of diverse people.

School of Social Sciences

Support in-demand programs like Criminology, Psychology, Political Science, and History.


Keep IU Southeast athletics competitive by helping us to support our future athletes and coaches and continually improve our programs and facilities.


Be the reason a promising student is able to attend IU Southeast by contributing to our scholarship programs.


Help us add to our library's collection of materials and improve our services to students, faculty, staff, and the community.

Ogle Center

Provide greater opportunities for students in the performing and visual arts by supporting the Ogle Center.