Indiana Tech Alumni, Donors, & Friends: Give
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The Uytengsu family helped make the Wilfred Uytengsu, Sr. Center possible. » Why give?

Architectural drawing for the latest proposed addition to campus. » Learn more about the academic center

The Indiana Tech campus has grown as a result of support from our donors. » Ways to give

Learn how you can contribute to our endowed scholarships. » View our scholarships

Throughout the years Indiana Tech has remained strong because of the support we receive.

The Annual Fund is the foundation of all giving and growth at Indiana Tech. » Show your support

Giving to Indiana Tech

Indiana Tech President Dr. Arthur Snyder

Indiana Tech holds a special place in many hearts, and I am extremely grateful for the continued support of our alumni and friends. A few of my greatest joys as president of the university are meeting with alumni, hearing stories of their days at Tech, seeing how much they have achieved in life, and witnessing their generosity in time, talent and treasure.

The students of today and tomorrow will make their own memories of Indiana Tech, but you have the opportunity to shape those memories. Your support is vital to our ability to provide the career-oriented, relationship-based education that provides the foundation for the lifelong success of these students.

Generosity comes in all shapes and sizes, so consider how you can help these students. Perhaps you can establish a scholarship, include us in your estate plans, support our new academic center, or simply give to the annual fund. Every gift, no matter the size, can make a difference for our students.

On behalf of our students, I thank you for helping them develop their full potential.

President Arthur Snyder

Dr. Arthur E. Snyder
President, Indiana Tech

A Display of Generosity

As a small, private university, Indiana Tech relies on your generosity to maintain a tradition of excellence in educating tomorrow’s leaders. Through an outright gift of cash or through a planned gift, your generosity will be supporting the university's mission and help us continue to do great things. » How can I give?

» Online

Make your gift online using our secure giving form.

» By Mail

You can mail us your gift using regular postal mail.

» In Person

Schedule a time to meet with us and give your gift in-person.

Know the Facts Before Giving

If you have questions about the giving process you’ve come to the right place for answers. Below are just a few of our more frequently asked questions.

What was the Momentum campaign?

Momentum was Indiana Tech's comprehensive fundraising campaign which started with a goal of $19 million and ended with over $29 million raised, exceeding its original goal by 53%.

The campaign ended on June 30, 2012.

How does the matching gift program work?

Many companies will match the philanthropic gifts of current or retired employees as part of their employee benefit packages. Some companies may even match donations made by spouses. The match is usually made on an annual basis, or up to a certain level.

If you plan to make a gift to Indiana Tech, please check to see if your gift may be doubled through a matching gift program.

What happens to all those gifts?

All gifts provide our students with resources needed for their education. You have the option of designating your gift, if you wish. For example, you can choose to direct your support to a scholarship fund. Gifts that are not restricted will be channeled where the support is currently needed. That could mean laboratory equipment, updated software, library resources, faculty development, curriculum enhancements, and buildings to name a few. The list continues for a vital university growing the way Indiana Tech is! Naming opportunities are available for substantial contributions, as well.

What is planned giving?

Planned giving, sometimes referred to as gift planning, may be defined as a method of supporting non-profits and charities that enables philanthropic individuals or donors to make larger gifts than they could make from their income. While some planned gifts provide a life-long income to the donor, others use estate and tax planning techniques to provide for charity and other heirs in ways that maximize the gift and/or minimize its impact on the donor's estate.

For more information on planned giving at Indiana Tech, please visit our ways to give page.

What if I have a question that's not addressed here?

To view some of our more commonly asked questions about giving and other services we provide to the Indiana Tech community, please visit our FAQs page. You may also contact us directly if you have any questions.

Ready to Give? Let Us Help.

We believe that the giving process shouldn't be an impersonal experience. We take a lot of pride in getting to know each and every one of our donors no matter the size of their gift. We encourage you to take this opportunity to talk with us to decide what the best way is for you to make a gift to Indiana Tech.

Mark Richter

Vice President of Institutional Advancement

260.399.2816 | mhrichter@indianatech.edu

Mary Slafkosky

Associate V.P. of Institutional Advancement

260.399.2831 | mvslafkosky@indianatech.edu

Mike Peterson

Director of Alumni Relations

260.399.2847 | mepeterson@indianatech.edu

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