Ways to Give:
Gifts to the Annual Fund strengthen every aspect of Isenberg - its students and faculty; its intellectual resources, such as technology and academic programs; its facilities, including centers of excellence; and its reputation. Gifts to the Annual Fund can also be deployed to support the School's most urgent needs. Collectively, these gifts have a critical and immediate impact on Isenberg's quest to become one of the nation's top-ranked public business schools.
Alumni participation in the Annual Fund is a priority! As the number of contributors increases each year, so do Isenberg's national rankings, and ultimately the value of an Isenberg diploma.
Scholarships enable deserving students to turn their amazing potential into accomplishments. Sixty-five percent of Isenberg students receive financial aid; many still struggle or are unable to meet their needs.
Greater scholarship giving allows us to extend the opportunity of Isenberg to more students. And it helps us to compete with business schools that already offer attractive scholarship packages.
Two recent scholarships that are making a difference:
- Michelle Radey Fuller '89 and John D. Fuller '89 Scholarship: Supports an in-state student for four years with full tuition.
- The Judy Flohr Memorial Scholarship: In memory of former HTM faculty member Judy Flohr, gifts from alumni, friends, family and colleagues created a new scholarship for HTM students.