Supporting the Campaign

Scholarships. Research. Vital staff resources.

When you give to the 2018 IUPUI Campus Campaign, you can choose to support the cause you care about the most.

Gifts to the Campus Campaign could support:

  • The unit or cause you’re passionate about
  • Jaguar Persistence Scholarships, Chancellor Nasser Paydar’s Chancellor’s Choice for the 2018 IUPUI Campus Campaign
  • Faculty support that will enable us to increase the quality of our research and the caliber of the education we deliver to our students
  • Vital resources for staff members that will empower us to better serve the needs of our growing student population

Expand your IUPUI legacy with a planned gift

Whether you give through bequests, annuities, or another gift option, making a planned gift enables you to extend your IUPUI legacy and support the causes close to your heart for years to come.

For more information on planned giving options at IUPUI, contact Jason Sprinkle, gift planning attorney at the Indiana University Foundation, at or 812-856-3003.

Learn more about planned giving


Chancellor’s Choice for 2018: Jaguar Persistence Scholarships

Each semester, hundreds of qualified IUPUI students are prevented from registering for future classes due to modest financial shortfalls. Jaguar Persistence Scholarships provide stopgap funding that gives students who are progressing toward their degrees the opportunity to stay enrolled. 

Since the 2012–2013 academic year, over 200 IUPUI students were brought back to the classroom—and kept on the path to attaining a college degree—through Jaguar Persistence Scholarships. 

When you give to Jaguar Persistence Scholarships, you expand the funds available to our students with unmet financial need—and help even more Jaguars persist to graduation.

Support Jaguar Persistence Scholarships today

For all who believe in the power and promise of IUPUI

IUPUI has created a case statement outlining our campus funding priorities for Indiana University’s historic bicentennial campaign.

Explore the case for IUPUI