Philanthropic donors who believe in the power of an IU Northwest education enable success, positioning our students to be the region’s future leaders, professionals, and global thinkers.
IU Northwest intends to raise $8 million by bicentennial year to support students, faculty, learning environments, and a healthier region.
Alumnus Garry Aloia receives Outstanding Service Award and Dee Dotson receives Student Spirit Award at 2015 Homecoming Breakfast.
Cal and Cathy Bellamy to be honored at Chancellor's Medallion celebration.
KanJam tournament yeilds 900+ pounds of food items for on-campus food pantry.
November is a month dedicated to recognizing those who serve Indiana University Northwest and its students, and to celebrate its community of accomplished alumni.
Investing in the future, gratitude for their own opportunities, drive this couple to support students.
Two honorees to be awarded Chancellor's Medallion on Nov. 12, 2015.
Consider a charitabe bequest to make a high-impact, long-term gift.
$9,000 raised to support the IU Northwest stduent-athlete experience.
Supporting the campus is one of a myriad of ways the state's largest energy company works toward this goal.
Geology major Cesar Garcia never realized scholarships could support a student like him.
Through his donation, William Nelson helps take investment education to a new level.
The Medical and Dental Staff at Munster’s Community Hospital have generously decided to focus their philanthropy on local medical-related causes close to home.
Despina Amanatidis of Valparaiso believes the opportunities that have helped her succeed must also be made available to others, and she feels a sense of responsibility for helping to make that a reality.
Sitting down with Tom and Sylvia Collins in their Chicago lakefront high-rise condominium, a warm and welcoming couple with deep ties to Indiana University, it’s clear you are in the company of folks who have done as well for others as they have for themselves.
Indiana University Northwest student Datianna Tillman admits that it was sometimes a struggle growing up in a single-parent household with two younger siblings.
Indiana University School of Medicine – Northwest (IUSM-NW) is a better place thanks to people like Gustavo and Rebecca Galante, a married pair of local doctors whose desire to help their patients, their community and tomorrow’s physicians, fuels their busy schedule of giving back to all things IU.
Community Foundation of Northwest Indiana (CFNI) touches countless lives in Northwest Indiana. Among those lives are the students of Indiana University Northwest and IU School of Medicine – Northwest.
It is a challenging and important task to keep scholarships funded and flowing to deserving students. Making sure the University programs that enrich students’ educations are supported is equally important, and universities depend heavily on the philanthropic support of friends of the University.
His friends affectionately call him “Mr. IU.” It’s a title Gavin Mariano wears proudly. In fact, you’d be hard-pressed to find a more engaged alumnus.