IU Bloomington's student-run newspaper has shaped and empowered student journalists for more than 150 years. Your gift helps ensure the financial viability of editorial operations for the Indiana Daily Student and its affiliate publications, like the Arbutus yearbook, for years to come—from wages for editors and reporters to conference registration fees to other costs associated with the student media experience.
IU Bloomington is committed to student success through a safe, vibrant, and healthy community characterized by a culture of care among and for our students. Students receive one free intake appointment and two free Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) appointments each semester. During the 2022-23 academic year, students will receive a free third visit to CAPS thanks to the generous support of IU Parent, Michelle Brawner. Help us continue to advance our goal of removing barriers for use of CAPS to make additional CAPS visits free for all IU students regardless of ability to pay or insurance status.
By Division of Student Affairs and Dean of Students
The Michael I. Arnolt Center for Investigative Journalism is training the next generation of investigative journalists by offering a hands-on learning experience producing stories of national and statewide importance. These stories are researched and reported alongside national media partners.
Income from gifts will support scholarships for junior or senior students in the Kelley School of Business having demonstrated involvement with extracurricular activities on campus & are a member of the Greek community.
IU Student Television is celebrating 20 years of providing students hands-on opportunities to create high-quality, award-winning news, sports and entertainment programming for the IU campus and Bloomington communities. Members gain valuable experience in production, reporting, anchoring, podcasting, editing, writing and so much more to help prepare them for careers in media after graduation.