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Patrons: Corporate

Arlington/Roe

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Arlington/Roe have long been supporters of the Scott College of Business. 

Jim Roe with his sons, Andy and Patrick, lead the company founded in 1964 by Jim’s father, Francis Roe. A managing general agency and wholesale insurance broker, Arlington/Roe attributes its success to its selection and professional growth of its people, diversification of product lines, and to the company’s involvement in preserving and advancing the insurance industry.

Arlington/Roe was built by the power of knowledge, collaboration and teamwork. The Arlington/Roe, & Co., Insurance Teamwork Development Lab provides the Scott College of Business students a learning environment dedicated to advancing projects with the strength of individual and team dynamic skills.

The company sponsored the Insurance Teamwork Development Lab (FD004) and the didications in part reads "The collaboration cultivated in the Arlington/Roe, & Co., Insurance Teamwork Development Lab is the very stimulus that fuels the company for which it is named."

Faegre Baker Daniels

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Faegre Baker Daniels and FaegreBD Consulting have had a long association with the Scott College of Business. They are committed to serving the legal and government relations needs of local, national and international clients. The firm is committed to a spirit of collaboration and a team approach to service.

Faegre Baker Daniels and FaegreBD Consulting have been a committed partner of Indiana State University for decades. Their long-term relationship with Indiana State and the Networks Financial Institute at the University has inspired their support of Federal Hall. The firm worked with Congress and the Executive Branch in the process for Federal Hall to be conveyed, restored, and utilized as the Scott College of Business. Thanks to their assistance, students, faculty and staff are able to learn and grow in this historic and aesthetically appealing educational facility and have Networks' offices (FD105) named after them. Faegre Baker Daniels’s continued support of Indiana State University will positively impact students and faculty at Indiana State for generations.

First Financial Bank

First Financial Bank

The First Financial Bank Executive Board Room (FD222) is dedicated to the Scott College of Business, Indiana State University and the leaders who volunteer their time to the advancement of the University.

A Terre Haute-based corporation, First Financial was founded in 1834 and is the oldest national bank in Indiana. The bank has a long-standing tradition of fostering organizations and activities that have a positive impact on the quality of life for all citizens of the greater Wabash Valley. For many years, First Financial has contributed to the University’s efforts to provide educational, athletic, cultural and economic opportunities for students and area residents alike. In that spirit, First Financial Bank proudly supports the distinguished Scott College of Business at Indiana State University.

Lilly Endowment Inc.

Lilly Endowment Inc. logoLilly Endowment Inc. is one of the world's largest private philanthropic foundations and among the largest endowments in the United States. Based in Indianapolis the foundation was created in 1937 by three members of the Lilly family -- J.K. Lilly Sr. and sons J.K. Jr. and Eli -- through gifts of stock in their pharmaceutical business, Eli Lilly and Company.

The Lilly Endowment has long supported Indiana State University, providing more than $45 million in philanthropic support of programs, scholarships and initiatives across Indiana State's campus. Programs supported by it in the Scott College of Business include Networks Financial Institute which was created in 2003 with an initial grant of $6 million and a total contribution of $29 million between then and 2010. The MBA in Education Leadership and the Financial Trading Room, in conjunction with Randy Minas, and several scholarships are all supported by the Lilly Endowment.

Further Reading:

Donors recognized at awards banquet (July 26, 2016)
Indiana State students awarded Lilly Endowment scholarship (July 15, 2016)​
Indiana State announces Woodrow Wilson Foundation MBA Fellows in Education Leadership (June 2, 2016)​
2016 Class of Woodrow Wilson MBA Fellows in Education Leadership Announced in Indiana​ (June 1, 2016)
WW MBA in Education Leadership Expands in Indiana​ (June 2, 2015)
Lilly Endowment awards new $6M gift for Networks Financial Institute (January 25, 2010)
College of Business opens financial trading room (November 15, 2007)

Old National Bank

Old National Bank logo

The Old National Bank Financial Health Classroom (FD122) is made possible through support from the Old National Bank Foundation. The Foundation’s vision and mission is to advance economic development, education and quality of life for the success of the communities it serves.

Old National Bank Classroom

Old National Bank is committed to being an engaged partner in strengthening communities by positively impacting lives. The opportunities made available through this classroom to Indiana State University students and the local community will positively impact the financial health of the Wabash Valley for generations. 

Old National Bank is well known to the Scott College of Business, sponsoring many of our events, providing speakers and the Old National Bank Scholarship.

Further Reading:

Ammerman first recipient of $500 Old National Bank Scholarship (February 19, 2002)
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Sackrider & Company

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The Sackrider & Company Inc. Sycamore Business Advisors Conference Room (FD121) provides a space for Scott College of Business seniors to complete their capstone projects.

Sackrider & Company Inc., a firm that offers a wide range of audit, accounting and tax services, was established in 1956 by Leon Sackrider. They believe that their success is the result of each client’s success. Since its establishment, the company has had a long-standing relationship with Indiana State University, as all of the partners and many of the employees are alumni. The company has also made a commitment to Indiana State through the established Sackrider & Company Inc. Scholarship, which provides assistance to accounting students.

The company has long sponsored events by the College and each partner at Sackrider & Company Inc. has made a personal contribution for the naming of the Conference Room.

O. Earl (’76) and Christina (’74) Elliott - who have also provided the O. Earl & Tina Elliott Scholarship to business students
Jerome M. (’78) and Lorie Case
Jane A. (’83) and Andy (’88) Hadley
David L. Kirchner (’80)
Jeffrey H. (’86) and Lisa K. (’86) Fisher

State Farm

State Farm

State Farm is another long-time partner of the Scott College of Business, helping with funding for such divers programs as student retention and leadership initiatives, scholarships, the Sales and Negotiations center's "Circle of Influence" speaker program and the annual Ethics Conference and Insurance and Risk Management Golf Outing.

Further Reading and Photos:

State Farm donates $19,000 to Scott College of Business (Photos: April 21, 2017)
Scott College honors past, celebrates future during 50th anniversary event (April 14, 2015)
ISU continues to aid dropout prevention
State Farm donates $85,000 to support insurance scholarships, research (January 31, 2003)

Templeton Coal Company

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Begun in 1920 by a Scottish immigrant with a strong work ethic and entrepreneurial spirit, Templeton Coal Company proudly sponsors this office and hopes to inspire Indiana State University business students to forge the future with our founder’s drive and determination. The company sponsors the Templeton Coal Company office (FD209) in the Scott College of Business.

Companies that have Provided Monetary or Material Support

All Risks
Allied Solutions
American Family Insurance
Amerisure
AmWins
Anthem Blue Cross & Blue Shield
AON
Arlington / Roe
Artex Risk Solutions
Baeslers
Baldwin & Lyons
Bank of Indianapolis
Barnes & Noble
Becker Professional Education
Benchmark Management Group
Bloomberg Institute
Buffalo Wild Wings
Burns & Wilcox
CCMSI
Chick-fil-a
CIGNA
City Securities
Crawford and Company
Dancing Naked on Wall Street
Dauby O’Connor & Zaleski (DOZ)
Davis Claims Service
Delta Dental
Derek Hughes/NAPSLO Foundation
Dorsett Mitsubishi
Dairy Queen
Enterprise Rent a Car
Faegre Baker Daniels
Faegre BD Consulting
Farmers Insurance
FCCI Insurance Group
First Financial Bank
FM Global
Forrest Sherer
Frontier Communications
German American
Gibson
Grain Dealers Mutual Ins Co
Grand Traverse Pie Company
Granite Ware
Humana
Imperial Lanes
Independent Insurance Agents of Central Indiana
Indiana CPA Society
Indiana Farm Bureau
Indiana Farmers Mutual Insurance Company
ISU Credit Union
Jadcore
James Allen Insurance
Jimmy John's
Joink
Katz Sapper & Miller
Kelly Services
Kemper CPA Group
Liberty Mutual Insurance
Lockton
Market Technicians Association Educational Foundation
Medical Protective
MedPro Group
Nationwide
Northwestern Mutual Financial Network
Old National Insurance
Olive Garden
One America
ONI risk Partners
Pacesetter Sports
Papa Johns
Patriot Investments
Principal Financial Group
Progressive Insurance
Regional Hospital
Rise Display
RJE Business Interiors
Roly Poly Sandwiches
Royal Mandarin Express
Sackrider & Co.
Servpro
Shore Murphy & Associates of Casey
Smith Sawyer Smith Agency
Spectrum Health Systems
Staples
Starbucks
State Auto
State Farm
Symetra
TD Ameritrade
Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce
Terre Haute Savings Bank
Texas Roadhouse
TGI Fridays
Tobias Insurance Group
Tractor Supply Co.
United Healthcare of Indiana
USI Insurance
Wabash Capital
Walmart
Wells Fargo Advisors
Westfield Insurance
WestPoint Financial Group
Westrope
Whimsy
Williams Randall Marketing
Woodburn Graphics