You can help passionate students realize their dreams. You can help turn our faculty’s discoveries into practice. And by supporting our research centers and labs, you improve real people’s lives in real ways.
Technology that supports learning. Buildings that bring our community together. Professionals who will improve countless lives. Past private support of the College has made all that possible. Just imagine what the future holds.
You can open the doors of opportunities to future health care leaders. Your support will help us provide our students with scholarships and a broad array of learning resources and opportunities.
Your investment will help ensure that the discoveries are made in our labs and classrooms are shared with the world! The Center for Rehabilitation Research in Neurological Conditions, South Carolina’s only dedicated Neuro-Rehabilitation Research Center, is a funding priority. This is a place that brings together leading experts in stroke, spinal cord injury and other neurological conditions to set global standards in rehabilitation research.
You can offer students the opportunity to collaborate interprofessionallly and learn in state-of-the art facilities. Your contributions to the College of Health Professions ensure our ability to recruit stellar faculty. You will be helping provide these individuals with a supportive, nurturing environment where their work can flourish.
Read the latest headlines and philanthropy stories from the Colledge of Health professions.
'After a life-threatening diagnosis, you realize that you’re not guaranteed another day, let alone a year or years. You become braver.'
Diane Mathews spent the first half of her career as a dedicated medical technologist, analyzing blood and fluids in a clinical laboratory and diagnosing blood-related cancers alongside pathologists...Read More
‘With dedication and hard work, they can accomplish great things’
When Col. Mike La Belle decided to go to physician assistant school, he brought years of experience working as an operating room and emergency room technician in the Air Force but only nine hours of college credit...Read More
Among the College’s most significant developments is the building of a state-of-the-art complex that allows us to take advantage of recent advances in educational technology and growth opportunities for research by faculty and students.
Your philanthropic partnership in this $3.5 million dollar campaign will ensure continued success, growth and progress for the next 50 years.
Join us and light the way for those who follow!