“The Ivy College of Business at Iowa State is on the move – educating more students, from more diverse backgrounds than ever before. This campaign is vital to our efforts of raising the overall profile of our program, supporting our faculty and preparing the next generation of business leaders. I invite our alumni and friends to explore the information below to learn more about how Forever True, for Iowa State will help shape the Ivy College of Business for generations to come.”
-Raisbeck Endowed Dean, David Spalding
Learn more about Forever True, For Iowa State and our vision for how campaign priorities will transform the college for future generations.
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Ivy College of Business Campaign Video
Watch a video to learn more about the college and some
of our fundraising priorities.
Director of Development
Ivy College of Business Development
Robert H. Cox Dean’s Suite
2200 Gerdin Business Building
2167 Union Drive
Ames, Iowa 50011-2027
What is Forever True, For Iowa State?
The Forever True, For Iowa State campaign is a comprehensive fundraising effort that will transform Iowa State University.
For future generations, an emerging global culture and economy will present the next uncharted territory. Navigating a world in which the population may reach more than 9.6 billion people by 2050 – 2 billion more than today – will pose unparalleled challenges and call for extraordinary efforts.
Ivy College of Business Aspirations
- Enhance and expand experiences available to our students
- Address the demands of tomorrow’s global business environment
- Extending our Unique Expertise and Outreach
- General College Support
Campaign Goal: $56 Million
“Scholarships have changed my life, allowing me to focus on my studies. Because I have received scholarships, I have been able to make it this far without financial struggles. I am forever grateful for the scholarships I have received, and for the donors who made this possible.”