As a graduate of the Indiana University School of Nursing, you’re part of a proud tradition of nursing excellence that dates back more than 100 years. And with your help, we can ensure that the school remains a leader in nursing education and research for centuries to come.
A legacy of leadership
For more information about giving to the School of Nursing, contact Janet McCully, director of development, at 317-274-4293 or email@example.com.
Make a gift
When you contribute to the School of Nursing, you’re not just making a donation—you’re investing in the future of nursing. Your gift allows the school to provide student scholarships, hire and retain top faculty, support innovative research, offer study abroad opportunities, and more.
Other gift options to consider
Celebrate your class reunion by joining forces with your classmates to make a class gift.
Honor a birthday, graduation, anniversary, retirement, or other special occasion.
Remember a special person with a gift in their memory.
Contact Janet McCully, director of development, at 317-274-4293 or firstname.lastname@example.org for information about making class, tribute, or memorial gifts.
The gift of your time and talent is just as valuable as your financial contribution. From mentoring students to serving on the school’s alumni board, you can have a big impact.
For more information about ways to get involved, contact Andrea Simpson at 317-274-8828 or email@example.com.
Keep in touch
Stay connected with your nursing classmates and professors.
Attend an alumni event
Reunite with old friends and meet new ones at the school’s alumni receptions. The school hosts two receptions in Bloomington each year, one in May and one at Homecoming in the fall.
Share your news
We want to hear about your accomplishments and milestones—send your news to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alumni giving in action
Klausner Family Scholarship Fund
Inspired by their experiences as IU nursing students, sisters Taylor and Marissa Klausner, along with their father, Dan, established a scholarship fund at the School of Nursing.