Celebrate Union's 50th Anniversary with the 50/50 Campaign!
Union Institute & University is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2014. In recognition of this important milestone, we are collecting donations of $50 or more to our new 50/50 Campaign. The contributions we raise will strengthen our International Alumni Association Board (IAAB) Scholarship Fund, providing an important tool to help students enroll and stay in our innovative school.
Anyone can participate in the 50/50 campaign - students, faculty, family, fans and friends! As an extra incentive, everyone who donates $50 or more will be entered into a drawing for several prizes, including a gold coin worth approximately $450. Plus, your donation is tax-deductible.
This campaign is especially important for Union alumni/ae, as an opportunity to give back and help others reach their educational goals. In fact, if every Union alum participates, we can collect more than $600,000 to fund thousands of scholarships!
Show your support of Union Institute & University’s 50th anniversary and help provide scholarships to deserving candidates by contributing to the 50/50 campaign. Giving is easy; just click the button below to donate online via credit card, debit card, savings or checking account.
The International Alumni Association Board is a volunteer board comprised of Union Institute & University graduates. This board supports and engages UI&I alumni and helps raise money for important initiatives. The scholarship fund provides financial support to students in Union’s baccalaureate, masters, or doctoral degree programs. Donations will go into an endowment fund, in which the principal cannot be touched. It will join many other contributions, creating a fund that will produce income that will be used to award scholarships in perpetuity. Original funding for the IAAB-Endowed Scholarship was provided through individual donor contributions in 1995.
Your donation is tax-deductible. For your records, you will receive written acknowledgement of your contribution from Union.