At the heart of Butler Beyond is a desire to increase student access and success, putting a Butler education within reach of all who desire to pursue it. As we aim to solve the problem of affordability, we need bold partners to invest in Butler’s extensive financial aid program through student scholarships. And, as we welcome students of various ages, life stages, and backgrounds into our student body, we will need vigorous student support services to ensure every student succeeds in their pursuit of higher learning at Butler.
Invest in Student Access and Success to:
- Put a Butler education within reach of high-achieving students of diverse socioeconomic backgrounds through scholarship support
- Enhance student support services, including mental health programming, mentoring programs, emergency funding for students in financial crisis, and more
- Expand experiential learning opportunities like undergraduate research, internships, study abroad programs, professional conference attendance, and more
Explore how you can invest in the lives of Butler students through scholarships and other support programs by contacting the Office of Advancement at 317-940-9469 or email@example.com.
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