The Division of Student Affairs reaches every Indiana University Bloomington student at some point during their time at IU. When a student visits the Health Center, joins a student organization, or needs some extra care, they are benefiting from the Division’s work—and your gift makes it possible.
You can direct your contribution to any aspect of student life at IU. If our funds highlighted below don't match your interest, contact us to find one that does.
Gifts are used for the general support and development of Counseling and Psychological Services.
Gifts support operations of the Culture of Care program in its delivery of programs and services to increase awareness and education on topics of mental health, alcohol and drug abuse, sexual well-being, and respect.
Gifts support the Office of Disability Services for Students, which helps students with physical, learning, and temporary disabilities achieve their academic goals.
Gifts support graduate assistantships and/or wages for students working in the Student Advocates Office.
Gifts support the Collegiate Recovery Community and programming for students who are in recovery from alcohol or drug addiction or who are affected by addiction.
Gifts support the Health Center’s Let’s Talk: Multicultural Outreach Program, which offers mental health counseling for students from multicultural backgrounds who might be hesitant to seek help elsewhere.
Gifts support the Health Center’s mental health education programs.
Gifts support mental health counseling for students.
Gifts support Substance Use Intervention Services (SUIS), which provides alcohol and drug prevention, education, and intervention services.
Gifts support the needs of underrepresented student populations through general, group, and individual counseling sessions offered through the Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) program. The fund is named for Robert Liu, an international student and Alpha Kappa Psi member at IU. He is remembered by his friends and family for his generosity and for being the smartest person they ever met.
Gifts support the work of the Office for Sexual Violence Prevention and Victim Advocacy.
Gifts support prevention programs offered by the Office for Sexual Violence Prevention and Victim Advocacy.
Gifts support Student Legal Services, a nonprofit law office that serves IU students.
Gifts support the Center for Veteran and Military Services, which helps U.S. service members transition from the military to IU and supports them during their time here.
Emergency support funds
Gifts provide emergency financial assistance to undergraduate and graduate students.
The Crimson Cupboard Fund supports the work of the Crimson Cupboard Food Pantry, which offers free food to IU Bloomington students who cannot otherwise afford it.
Gifts support scholarships for undergraduate students who have faced unforeseen financial hardship and have a minimum GPA of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale. Preference is given to students who have earned at least 65 credits.
Student involvement and engagement funds
Gifts support undergraduate and graduate student leadership activities including but not limited to:
Programming that brings about a positive change for students and/or the campus community
Programs and services that address underserved or underrepresented students
Programming that has a co-curricular or service-learning opportunity
Mentoring for student groups
Programs and initiatives that promote cultural diversity
Programs and initiatives that seek to broaden global understanding
Gifts support undergraduate and graduate student leadership opportunities, including participation in LeaderShape® programming and other leadership conferences and workshops. Funds may also underwrite the cost of leadership-related guest speakers, programming and initiatives, events, activities, and student mentoring.
Gifts support the quality of student life by enriching student residences and resources, fostering interest in the arts, creating emergency funds, developing student leaders, and encouraging student life research.
Gifts support a more effective campus judicial system to increase learning for students who have been engaged in the system and to educate members of the campus community on policies and standards of behavior.
Gifts support student life enrichment efforts within the Divison of Student Affairs.
Gifts support the annual lectureship series, which features noteworthy speakers whose presentations focus on the importance of ethical conduct, personal honesty, and individual responsibility.
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