The John J. and Char Kopchick College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics is home to many outstanding students and faculty. Supporting these students and faculty is the goal of the college’s Foundation for IUP accounts. Please consider making a contribution to support their work.
Contributions to the Kopchick College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics can be made through the online giving form. You can specify the college’s fund code when making your contribution to ensure that your donation meets the need that you wish to support.
If you are using the secure giving site, under “I would like to support” you can choose “specific areas at IUP” to choose the Natural Science and Mathematics – Dean’s Innovation Fund (224738), or the College of Natural Science and Mathematics – Dean’s Merit Scholarship.
If you wish to give to another Kopchick College of Natural Science and Mathematics fund, you can enter the name or the fund code under “additional giving preferences or comments.”
Funds that support the Kopchick College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics include:
This account helps fund activities that enhance or promote the Kopchick College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. Some examples include honoraria and accommodations for visiting speakers and scholars.
This account helps fund scholarly and professional development projects and activities of female students and faculty in the Kopchick College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.
This account helps fund innovative scholarship and professional development projects for students and faculty in the college.
Your gift to the Dean's Merit Scholarship fund enables the college to ensure that students meet the most basic financial obligation to complete the chosen course of study.
The Undergraduate Summer Opportunity for Applying Research (U-SOAR, formerly RESS) program is an opportunity for students at IUP to be involved in cutting edge research and scholarship during the summer months. This account helps support and enhance the academic and programmatic needs of the program.
The college is in the beginning stages of a large building project that includes a new science building and a renovation of the entire learning space of the college. There will be many naming opportunities in this project. If you are interested in naming opportunities, please contact Dean Deanne Snavely directly via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at 724-357-2609.