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Quality of Student Life Endowment Fund
The purpose of the Endowment is to carry out six challenges: to enrich student residences, to foster an interest in the arts, to create an emergency fund, to develop student leaders, to enhance student resources, and to encourage student life research.
Dean Richard N. McKaig Leadership Fund
Gifts to the Dean Richard N. McKaig Leadership Fund will be used to 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 or initiatives that promote cultural diversity and programs and initiatives that seek to broaden global understanding that lead to academic, personal growth and leadership.
Dean’s Leadership Education Fund
Gifts to the Dean’s Leadership Education Fund will be used to support undergraduate and graduate student leadership opportunities including participation in LeaderShape® programming, as well as other leadership conferences and workshops. Funds may also underwrite the cost of leadership guest speakers and underwriting the costs of leadership programming and initiatives events, activities and student mentoring.
Gifts to the Robert Liu Memorial Fund will be used to support the needs of underrepresented student populations through general, group, and individual counseling sessions offered at the Indiana University Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) program. The fund is named for Robert Liu, an international IU student and Alpha Kappa Psi. He is remembered by his friends and family for his generosity and for being "the smartest person they've ever met."
The Kenneth R.R. Gros Louis Scholarship was established in 2002 at Indiana University Bloomington to honor Ken Gros Louis for his service to IU as a teacher, dean, chancellor, and mentor to thousands of students. This scholarship is presented annually to undergraduate juniors for use in their senior year or seniors accepted or post-baccalaureate study who demonstrate academic excellence, participate in student activities, and are good University citizens. The miniumun award about is $5,000. The number of scholarships given, the amount of the award, and the number of recipients is determined by the Kenneth R.R. Gros Louis Scholarship Committee.