July 10, 2012
Fort Wayne, Ind. – Indiana Tech’s five-year Momentum comprehensive campaign officially ended on June 30 with a total of $29 million raised, far exceeding the original $19 million goal.
“This is a tremendous achievement considering the economic climate of the past few years,” President Arthur E. Snyder said. “Our supporters have been extremely generous, and that shows how strongly they believe in Indiana Tech’s ability to prepare learners of all ages for successful and satisfying careers.”
After a year of “silent” fundraising, Momentum was publicly announced in September 2008 with a goal of raising $19 million by June 2012 to support academic initiatives, scholarships, and campus improvements. That goal was exceeded in the first three years of the campaign, and a new goal of $25 million was announced in September 2010.
“We called this campaign Momentum because, although it did include some construction projects, what we are really building here is a culture of continuous improvement,” Snyder said. “The success of this campaign will fuel our progress and forward movement for years to come.”
The results of the Momentum campaign include:
The Momentum campaign coincided with a period of rapid growth for the university. Since the start of the campaign’s silent phase in 2007:
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