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Faculty and Staff Campaign Overview

FASC 2014Above: Joan Sestak, Karen Fagg, and Teresa Szabo at the 2014 Faculty and Staff Kickoff: “Shake, Rattle, and Roll (Up Our Sleeves)!

 The 2015 Faculty and Staff Campaign

Each year, the month-long Faculty and Staff Campaign celebrates and encourages the giving of faculty and staff at UIS with events and promotions.  The 2015 Campaign Council has begun planning next year’s event, so stay tuned for a great theme and lots of excitement.

Next year’s kickoff, Tuesday, March 3, 2015

The campaign begins with the Faculty and Staff Kickoff, an event with lots of food, games, and giveaways for employees to enjoy. Put the kickoff on your calendar today: Tuesday, March 3, 2015.

Questions about the Campaign?

For more information on the Campaign, please look over last year’s campaign brief: 2013-14 Faculty and Staff Campaign Brief.

In February, you’ll also be able to ask your closest Ambassador for information.  The Ambassadors support the Campaign throughout the University, answering questions and offering information and inspiration.

In 2014, UIS Faculty and Staff Gave “Like Crazy, Daddy-O

Thanks to UIS’ generous faculty and staff, a summary of success from last year’s campaign proved that UIS employees truly are treasures. Here’s what faculty and staff gave to last year:

You can begin giving now!

Many of your colleagues have already joined the Campaign by making a gift to UIS. When you give, your gift will also count toward 2014-15 Faculty and Staff totals.

You can choose to support any area of campus—any college, department, or specific fund, and you can make the gift online, by check, or by payroll deduction.

Many of you give to the UIS Staff Scholarship in Memory of Mike Love.  You could also make a gift to the UIS Scholarship Fund. The many gifts to this fund add up to multiple scholarships for students at UIS.


Here are FAQs that might provide the answer you want. If not, please call 206-6058 or email Lisa Whelpley.