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Giving to Computer Science

Make a gift to Computer & Information Science

The Department of Computer & Information Science of IUPUI apply a range of computer science applications ranging from biological and life sciences to software development--involving every aspect of life from homeland security to archiving cultural heritage. 

Computer science is one of the fastest growing fields in the United States. In fact, by 2018 almost 75% of new science and engineering jobs will be in computer science.

Give now to CIS

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Invest in our school's future, give online with a credit card, make a pledge, or a recurring donation. 

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Give by Mail

To make a gift by check, money order, or credit card, please click the button below and mail the completed form to: 

IUPUI School of Science
c/o Office of Development
402 N. Blackford St.
LD 222
Indianapolis, IN 46202

Make checks payable to “Indiana University Foundation” and please indicate specific account(s) on gift form. 

Complete gift by mail form

Enroll in Payroll Deduction

For School of Science faculty and staff, you can enroll in a monthly automatic payroll deduction. 

Complete payroll deduction form

Planned Giving

With a little planning, you can include a gift to the school within your overall estate or financial plans (planned, estate or charitable, stocks, etc.) that preserves the school's mission and provides you with tax benefits in return. Please contact the Office of Development to discuss your options further. 

Learn more about planned and estate giving

Will your employer match your gift?

Many employers will match gifts given by employees, spouses and even retirees. This could be your way of doubling, or even tripling, your gift to our school. Please check with your personnel office to obtain any necessary forms, complete them, and mail in along with your gift and gift form.

See if your employer will match your gift

Computer science graduate finds local opportunities

Adam Darrah 2012 Alumnus, B.S Computer Science