Above: Students take part in an Educational Leadership class at UIS.
our gift in any amount to the funds below provide support for educational leadership students. You can use the Donate button to give online. Thank you!
This fund provides money for special opportunities or extraordinary needs.
These activities and others like them enrich our students immeasurably, enhancing the education they receive at UIS—but we could not do any of them without the discretionary money given to this fund.
Dr. John E. Erickson was a passionate educator, having taught all levels of the field from elementary grades to university graduates. A firm believer that education was the key to democracy and freedom, Mr. Erickson influenced countless students in the education field. He, along with his wife, Delinda A. Chapman, Ed.D., were very active in the Springfield branch of the American Association of University Women. The John E. Erickson Memorial Scholarship was established by Dr. Chapman in memory of her husband, who was also a talented artist with over 250 works. Applicants must be in good academic standing with demonstrated involvement in service to others. Preference is given to non-traditional female graduate students in Educational Leadership.
You could also create a scholarship fund, either a named current-use scholarship or a named endowed scholarship--that targets Educational leadership. Use the links to learn more about these opportunities.
As the principle donor of this new scholarship, you would get to name the fund and establish the selection criteria.
We welcome your inquiries. Please use the contact info below.