The President's Associates
Members of The President's Associates are listed on the Wayne and Betty Worthington Donor Recognition Wall, which hangs in the University Center near Carter Hall. The wall features Perpetual Members and Annual Members, with separate alphabetical listings for individuals and businesses.
Legacy of Lifetime Giving
Donors who achieve significant lifetime charitable giving totals are listed in one of five categories on the Legacy of Lifetime Giving recognition wall display underwritten by Betty Worthington in memory of her husband, C. Wayne Worthington. The categories range from $1 million or more, $500,000-999,999, $250,000-499,999, $100,000-249,999, to $50,000-99,999. This wall was hung in 2004 outside the University Suite in the University Center.
Donors who make gifts of at least $1,000 are listed annually on the Presidential Scholarship donor recognition wall which hangs next to The President's Associates donor recognition wall. Special recognition is made for donors who endow the Presidential Scholarships or who make four-year commitments. This donor recognition wall also was underwritten by Wayne and Betty Worthington.
The Reflections recognition display is a free-standing Lucite work of art which stands in the University Center near The President's Associates donor recognition wall. It bears the names of everyone who has made a planned gift or has plans in their will or other estate plan to benefit the University of Southern Indiana. The starred names identify the charter members of Reflections. This recognition display was made possible by special gifts from Bill and Trudy Mitchell, Wayne and Betty Worthington, and Fritz Zurstadt.
Donors to Campaign USI, the University's first capital campaign in 1996-98, are recognized on red, white, and blue stars placed at random on the campaign's donor recognition wall. The campaign logo featured stars and the slogan: Education. Taken Higher. The Campaign USI wall hangs on the wall adjacent to Carter Hall in the University Center.
Visionaries are USI trustees, faculty, administrators, and staff who have established scholarships or awards or have been recognized by others with the establishment of a scholarship or award benefiting USI students. Visionaries' names are listed on the red, white, and blue donor recognition wall which hangs near the entrance to the cafeteria on the second floor of the University Center. The recognition wall is the gift of former Trustee board chairs Bruce Baker and Jim Will Sr., and Pat O'Daniel in memory of his father Joe.
B/MD Scholarship Program - view
The program, which is developed each year for those attending the annual B/MD Scholarship Donor Recognition Luncheon in February, includes donors of the endowed and four-year B/MD Scholarships and a list of the current B/MD Scholars.
Honors Convocations - The programs, which are developed each year for the Honors Convocation ceremonies, recognize donors of scholarships as well as the scholarship recipients.
Liberal Arts program
College of Nursing and Health Professions program
Romain College of Business program
Pott College of Science, Engineering, and Education program
Honor Roll of Donors - view
The Honor Roll of Donors is published annually by the University's Office of Development. The 21-page color publication includes an Annual Report to Donors, stories and photos of individuals associated withthe University, and the Honor Roll of Donors' listing of all Legacy of a Lifetime of Giving donors and President's Associates members for the previous fiscal year. A complete list of donors to Foundation programs can be found here.
Presidential Scholarship Program - view
The program, which is printed each year for those attending the annual Presidential Scholarship Donor Recognition Luncheon in March, includes donors of the endowed and four-year Presidential Scholarships, a list of the current Presidential Scholars, and an up-to-date report on the Presidential Scholar Alumni.
The President's Associates Program - view
The program, which is printed each year for those attending the two President's Associates dinners – one in Carter Hall on the University's campus and the other in Indianapolis – includes the names of new Perpetual Members (those who have made one-time gifts of at least $25,000) and the names of those being recognizes in the various societies of the President's Associates Legacy of Lifetime Giving.