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Projects and Progress Gallery

The Projects and Progress gallery provides a snapshot of campus today and details how you can get involved. For questions about campus construction or renovation projects, contact the ISU Foundation office.


Federal Hall

SCOB photoFederal Hall became the home of the Scott College of Business for the Fall 2012 semester. Since then, it has been a center for business education with state-of-the-art learning spaces for our aspiring business professionals, with many areas being supported by alumni, current and emeriti faculty, and businesses who want to make a difference for current and future Scott College students. Naming a space within Federal Hall helps to enhance the Scott College of Business student experience and provides an everlasting donor legacy on our campus.  To learn more about how your legacy gift to Federal Hall can help the Scott College of Business reach it goals, contact the ISU Foundation office.

Scott College of Business

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Bob Warn Field at Sycamore Stadium

Bob Warn FieldBob Warn Field at Sycamore Stadium is where the Sycamore Baseball team currently plays all home games. Dedicated for former coach and ISU Athletics Hall of Famer, Bob Warn, in 2010, the field received many upgraded amenities for players, coaches and fans alike. Since then this facility has been a part of our Baseball program’s success – winning the outright Missouri Valley Conference Championship in 2013 and earning a bid to the NCAA Regional Tournament in Bloomington, IN in 2014. For its fan friendliness, Bob Warn Field at Sycamore Stadium helped ISU host the 2014 MVC Baseball Tournament.

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Sycamore Baseball
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Donor Recognition Opportunities

Stadium Naming Rights $1,000,000
ISU Team Locker Room $100,000
Press Box $100,000
Sycamore Dugout $25,000
Head Coach Office $25,000
Assistant Coaches Offices $10,000
Athletic Training Room $10,000
Coaches Locker Room $10,000
Player Locker $5,000


Gibson Track and Field

Gibson TrackGibson Track & Field, named for the generosity of Max and Jackie Gibson, is the future home of the ISU Track & Field teams. This project is the first move for the University’s planned westward expansion of campus towards the Wabash River. Currently under construction, Phase I of the project will be completed for the 2015 Outdoor Track & Field season and allow ISU to host two home meets this spring for the first time in more than two years.

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Sycamore Track and Field
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Sesquicentennial Capital Improvement Fund

Normal HallThe Sesquicentennial Capital Improvement Fund has been established in conjunction with Indiana State University’s 150th Anniversary Celebration. Proceeds from the fund will be used for repairs and improvements to Indiana State University’s facilities, including its most historic properties.

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University Hall

renovationsThe Bayh College of Education is housed within University Hall. As the former Laboratory School, this building has been at the core of education for more than 50 years. Renovations were completed in 2009. University Hall is the learning center for Sycamore students and future educators.

The building space itself has been designed to enhance collaboration and engagement by providing open areas where students and faculty can work across disciplines in professional learning communities. Our incidental learning approach provides a unique out-of-class experience that elevates the level of professionalism in the field of teacher preparation.

Several alumni along with current and emeriti faculty and staff have enhanced the facility with their legacy gifts to name spaces throughout the building. These spaces include the: Norma Grossjean Clinic, Michele Boyer Foyer, Whitaker Executive Conference Room, Daniel Tanoos Room, and Educational Leadership Room. Each space serves a specific function and helps to enhance the spirit of the building as it relates to the daily activities of the Bayh College.

Bayh College of Education
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