School of Public Health Scholarships/Fellowships
Scholarships attract the very best students, and your gift ensures that the Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health will recruit and retain exceptional students who are eager to learn and determined to make a difference. If you would like to direct a gift to a scholarship program or create a new opportunity for students please contact Crystal Jones.
- Addison Public Health Scholarship
The Addision Public Health Scholarship supports scholarships for undergraduate students who are enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Public Health at the Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health.
- Samuel H. Hopper Scholarship
The Samuel H. Hopper Scholarship supports second year graduate students enrolled in the Master of Health Administration program.
- IUPUI Fairbanks MS in Product Stewardship Scholarship
FSPH is the first academic institution in the world to offer a graduate degree in Product Stewardship. Gifts to this account will support students enrolled in this one of a kind degree.
- Study Abroad Scholarship
Students who study abroad return transformed by the opportunity to travel outside of their culture and away from home. Your support today will enable worldview-changing experiences for our students.
Alumni and friends have the option to direct gifts to academic divisions and programs. These discretionary funds allow individual programs to strengthen student support, provide funds for research and professional development, and develop the many leadership programs for students and community partners. You can direct your gift to the following programs. If you would like to direct a gift to a program that is not listed please contact Crystal Jones.
- Environmental Health Department Fund
- Health Policy & Management Department Fund
- IUPUI Epidemiology Fund
- Social & Behavioral Sciences Fund
Dean's Special Project Fund
The Dean's Special Project Fund was established to provide funding to help the school meet priority public health needs. All funding will be used at the Dean's discretion to respond to immediate public health needs and to serve as an incubator for new ideas and a platform to influence change in the health of our community.