Naming Opportunities

Alumni, friends and corporate partners of Indiana Tech have a wide range of opportunities available to support the Cunningham Reinvention initiative. Leadership-level gifts are recognized by naming each space adopted by a supporter in their honor, and in ongoing communication about the building.

Significant leadership opportunities include:

The Enterprise Lab: $250,000

The dramatic main hub of the renewed Cunningham Building, featuring a state-of-the-art computer lab and real-time streaming of financial market activity.

Grand Entry: $200,000

Cunningham Center’s new grand entryway and lobby will welcome students from around campus, and visitors from around the world. It will feature beautiful and extensive views of campus and will be home to the Center’s main donor recognition wall.

Advanced Learning Center: $200,000

Features a production facility where digital and video course content for each of Tech’s areas of study can be produced by faculty, staff and students from each of our Colleges, working together. Traditional students, adult students and distance learners alike will see the benefits in their classes.

Main Study Center: $150,000

The central place in Cunningham where students can work, read, collaborate on projects and simply connect with one another outside of classrooms and dorms, providing the right combination of technology, study spaces and welcoming atmosphere.

Warrior Information Network Headquarters: $150,000

The home of the one-stop assistance center for all students in our College of Professional Studies. Features the call center and online service representatives, where students access help with registration, financial aid, course materials, and more.

Ph.D. in Global Leadership Center: $150,000

Cunningham Center will also be home to the Ph.D. in Global Leadership Center. The Center will work with students, faculty and staff from around the globe via their new facilities.

College of Business Dean’s Suite: $150,000

Situated at the main entry to the new Cunningham Center, the Dean’s Suite will be the hub of activity for the College of Business, featuring the Dean’s office, meeting space, the welcome center and related spaces.

Distance Learning Center: $100,000

Some of the most innovative work in course delivery is done by Indiana Tech’s distance education team. The Distance Learning Center will be home to this team, serving students on Tech’s campus, at our locations, online and beyond.

Instructional Media Classroom: $125,000

The best learning experiences today incorporate a combination of digital content, interactive technology and collaborative learning environments. This ultramodern classroom will facilitate multiple modes of teaching and learning, while providing the ability to share course content with remote locations.

Large Classrooms: $100,000

Cunningham Center’s largest classrooms will include space for 36 students and the latest technology to connect with and display online learning resources, and share instructional content. There will be four large classrooms in the new Cunningham space.

Medium Classrooms: $75,000

Classrooms at this size will include space for 24 students, outfitted with the same technology as large classrooms. There will be four total of this size, with three of them set up in collaborative style, allowing for team project work and easy configurability of the space for variety of instructional needs.

Standard Classrooms: $50,000

18-student classroom spaces serve Indiana Tech’s commitment to small class sizes and personal attention, combined with the latest in instructional technology. Cunningham will be home to two classrooms of this size.

Conference Center: $75,000

The largest meeting space in the new Cunningham, for use by students, faculty, staff, community groups and business partners. Features dramatic top-floor views of campus via three walls of windows.

Computer Labs: $50,000

Students from around campus keep our computer labs in use day and night. Cunningham’s two computer labs will help serve this demand. The main second floor lab will overlook the Enterprise Lab below.

Conference Room: $50,000

Main floor conference space, serving students, faculty, staff and community members. Centrally located near Ph.D. Headquarters and Dean’s Suite on first floor.

Student Lounge and Meeting Space: $50,000

Open-concept area on second floor, with seating and workspace for study, meetings with fellow students, and faculty-student interaction.

Faculty Center: $50,000

Private gathering space for full time faculty and staff from the College of Business, Distance Learning Center, Warrior Information Network and Ph.D. program.

Adjunct Faculty Center $25,000

On-site workspace for adjunct faculty members, including computer work stations, meeting and gathering space.

College of Business Dean’s Office: $25,000

Work and meeting space for the Dean of Indiana Tech’s College of Business.

Ph.D. in Global Leadership Director’s Office: $25,000

Work and meeting space for the director of Indiana Tech’s Ph.D. in Global Leadership program.

Study Rooms: $20,000

The four study rooms in the new Cunningham will be among the most unique and memorable spaces in the building, offering quiet space for students for small meetings and studying, as well as three walls of natural light and views of campus.

Faculty Service Center: $15,000

Featuring faculty work space, scanning, printing and copy technology, this work room will be a main service center for all faculty and staff in Cunningham.

Faculty Office Space: $10,000

Offices for 20 faculty members will provide individual space for each faculty member, and room for student and colleague meetings.

Individual Donor Recognition: $500+

In addition to naming opportunities, individual donors who contribute $500 and more to the project will be honored on our main donor wall, located in the grand entry to the Cunningham Center.

Corporate Partner Recognition: $1,000+

Corporate supporters providing $1,000 and more to the Cunningham Reinvention will be honored on the Business Wall of Fame, located in the grand entry to the Cunningham Center.