At the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, our students are grounded in the liberal arts, fusing integrity with critical thinking to address humanity’s most challenging problems—poverty, homelessness, chronic illness, and environmental injustice. Scholarships, fellowships, and assistantships bring the best and brightest students to the Lilly Family School.
For many students, financial support is essential to succeeding academically and becoming philanthropic leaders. They’re students like Arielle Adams, B.A. ’15, who worked for the nonprofit Growing Places Indy, an organization that promotes urban agriculture and healthy lifestyles in the local community.