Indiana State University on Friday launched the public phase of its $100 million “Be So Bold” fundraising campaign. The university says the effort is its largest-ever campaign and 62% of the goal has been reached during the “quiet phase.”
ISU says the campaign has four priorities: Scholarships, experiential learning, faculty excellence, and Sycamore athletics.
The campaign was unveiled by ISU President Deborah Curtis during an event at Hulman Center on the Terre Haute campus.
“This campaign’s success is a message about people believing in our mission and making a commitment to invest in strengthening our capacity to educate and graduate more Indiana State University students,” Curtis said in written remarks. “We are driven by a desire to help more students cross the stage at commencement having earned that life-changing degree.
The campaign is being co-chaired by alumni Paul and Susan Chaney, and Larry Boulet, along with his wife Buffy Boulet.