Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, & Engineering Student Emergency Fund

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Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, & Engineering Student Emergency Fund

Informatics, Computing and Engineering - Bloomington

Gifts will support students within the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering on the Bloomington campus who have demonstrated need as a result of unforeseen circumstances.

Additional Info

An unexpected illness of a student or parent; a need to quickly move apartments; an unplanned bill—all of these create a need for financial resources. Without access to funds to cover these expenses, these situations can jeopardize a student’s success.

At the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering, we care about our students, and that means offering support beyond the classroom. In 2013, we established our school's student emergency fund. Supported by faculty, students, alumni, and friends, the account allows us to offer financial support to help Luddy School students through unforeseen circumstances.

Recipients of this student emergency fund know that their school supports them and wants to see them succeed. Will you help us offer support to our students when emergencies happen?

Impact Stories

I am an international graduate student and have no relatives living nearby. [This fund] helped me during a difficult time amidst a worsening pandemic, so I am certainly grateful to the donors for their kind support. I would not have been able to find a safe place if it hadn't been for the financial help that I received.

Informatics student who benefitted from the student emergency fund

Important Disclosures

Please note, the name and purpose of the fund displayed on this page constitute the authorized description of the fund by the Indiana University Foundation, Inc. Your gift supports the fund as described herein.