How You Can Give

Give online through the IU Foundation's secure website or by mailing a donation to the IU Southeast Office of Development.

How You Can Give

How You Can Give

Online Giving

Visit our Giving Opportunites section on this website or follow the instructions below.

Use your credit or debit card to make a gift to IU Southeast through the IU Foundation's secure Web site. Click on the Give Now button at the bottom of the screen and follow the instructions below.

  1. Choose Southeast
  2. On the next screen, choose Indiana University Southeast
  3. Choose an area you wish to support
  4. Choose “Add to Cart” and fill in your personal information

Online gifts via credit card are processed through the IU Foundation in Bloomington. Credit cards accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express.

Gifts by Mail

Make checks payable to: IU Foundation

Mail to:

IU Foundation
Indiana University Southeast
PO Box 6459
Indianapolis IN 46206-6459

Gift Acceptance Policy:

(Excerpt from the Indiana University Foundation Gift Acceptance Policy)

All gifts shall be recorded and receipted by the Foundation in compliance with Internal Revenue Service (IRS) regulations.

The Foundation administers each charitable gift in accordance with the established gift agreement that documents donor intent for the use of the gift. In order to be accepted, the funds must qualify as a charitable contribution as defined by the IRS in Publication 526, Charitable Contributions. It is the Foundation’s mission to receive gifts for the benefit of the Foundation and/or Indiana University.

If you have questions or need more information, please contact the IU Southeast Office of Development at 812-941-2464.

Giving Opportunities

There are many ways to give that not only help define quality education and create excellence at IU Southeast but also allow you to meet your own personal and financial goals.


Donor Spotlight

Donor Spotlight Photo: Mrs. Evelyn Ott, Founder, Ott Scholarship

Mrs. Evelyn Ott

Founder, Ott Scholarship

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.


Tax Advantages

Indiana taxpayers may take a tax credit of 50 percent of their gift to IU Southeast - 100 percent of donations may be deducted on Federal Taxes.