Annual Fund Giving

Accepting Alumni Association Scholarship Applications The Alumni Association and the Office of Development and Alumni Relations are accepting applications for the 2014-2015 Alumni Association Scholarship, supported by gifts to the Annual Fund. The deadline to apply is Friday, March 14, 2014. For guidelines and form, click here or contact Janine Handfus at

Invest in scholarships, support student study overseas and help fund other top priorities at Columbia University School of Nursing.

Thanks to the Annual Fund gifts of alumni and friends, Columbia University School of Nursing can provide the next generation of advanced practice nurses and researchers with a nursing education that is internationally known and clinically unrivaled. Your generosity helps to ensure that students receive financial aid and have the enhanced resources for an outstanding practice-based education.

There are now three ways you can direct your Annual Fund gifts:

Student Scholarship Fund

Last year, 52 students were awarded scholarships underwritten by gifts to the Annual Fund. Make your gift to the Student Scholarship Fund.

Student Travel Fund

Your support of the Student Travel Fund enables students to study overseas and gain international experience. Make your gift to the Student Travel Fund.

Dean’s Discretionary Fund

The Dean’s Discretionary Fund provides the Dean with the flexibility to address students’ most pressing needs—whatever they might be. Make your gift to the Dean’s Discretionary Fund.

Make your Annual Fund gift today!

Other Ways You Can Support the Annual Fund

Named Scholarship
Establish a one-year named scholarship by giving a gift of $5,000 or more

Class Gifts
Celebrate your graduation by making a gift in honor of your class

Planned Giving
Ensure that generations to come will be able to experience the finest in clinical nursing education

Your gift — at any level — makes a difference.

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