Thank You to our Donors
IU Southeast will celebrate its 70th anniversary in 2011. The University has achieved much in the last few years, and as we approach this milestone in our history, we wish to thank all of you for your goodwill, positive perspectives, and persistent endorsement. Your contributions to IU Southeast throughout the year mean more students can continue their undergraduate or graduate education at a truly remarkable University. They can earn an IU degree, and they can make a difference in this community after their graduation.
Mrs. Evelyn Ott
Evelyn Farrell Ott chose to make her $100,000 gift to the University to honor her late husband, Leland, and their commitment to higher education. This newly established endowed fund, the Leland Edward Ott, Ph.D., and Evelyn Farrell Ott Scholarship, will provide two undergraduate scholarships annually.
Jack Koetter is a Southern Indiana native and a driving force in local business. He is also a friend to IU Southeast, where the renovated sports complex bears the company name.
Morris joined the University in 1975 and retired in 2000. He served as both athletics director and men's basketball coach. He spearheaded the University's entrance into the NAIA conference in 1977 and led the men's basketball team to its first national tournament in 1997. Morris strives to treat others as he would want to be treated, and credits his success at IU Southeast to his former staff and players.
Mr. Jeremy Campbell and Ms. Cha'Reme Vincent
These two young IU Southeast graduates are the founders of The Uriah and Estella Thompson Scholarship. The entire Campbell family has been instrumental in creating a scholarship for minority students in memory of their parents and grandparents, Uriah and Estella Thompson.