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Give to the University Honors Program

Giving to the University Honors Program is a great way to support the next generation of Idaho's leaders. All contributions are used to further the educational goals of our University Honors students.

You can give by using the online Idaho State University Pledge Form. Under the "ISU Family of Funds" menu, please select "Other Fund" and fill in the text box that opens with the name of the specific endowment you would like to donate to (Heitoff or Hill) or with "University Honors Program".

If you prefer to send your donation through the mail, you can print the ISU Pledge Form and mail it to:

ISU University Honors Program
921 S. 8th Ave, Stop 8010
Pocatello, ID 83209-8010

If you have any questions please contact the University Honors Program at 208-282-1383 or email at honors@isu.edu. We greatly appreciate your support!

University Honors Program Endowments

Hill Honors Program Endowment

In 2009 an endowment for the University Honors Program was created to further support student research and scholarships, and additional Honors programming, thus supporting the fundamental goals of the Honors Program.

This endowment was originally created through individual donations yet has been expanded significantly each year through the UHP’s primary annual fundraiser known as “An Opportuni-Tea.”  Funds raised through "An Opportuni-Tea" provide additional “opportunities” for ISU's bright and high-achieving Honors students.


Heithoff Scholarship Endowment

In 2019 the Heithoff family generously endowed an annual scholarship to support Honors students. The first Heithoff Scholarship was awarded during the 2020 "An Opportuni-Tea."

The Heithoff Scholarship is designed to help an energetic, thoughtful, caring, and hard-working Honors student who is striving to earn their college degreee.  It is to assist somebody who understands what it means to work, somebody who knows how important a college degree is, and a person who (somehow) still finds a little time to give back to their community or their college through volunteering or mentoring.