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Columbia University School of Nursing
Since its inception in 1892, Columbia University School of Nursing has been a national and international model of excellence in health care—in education, research, and clinical care. Today the School faces critical challenges. With the generosity of alumni and friends, the School will continue to advance the quality of health care by improving the its physical space, strengthening its financial aid program, and attracting and retaining top faculty members.
A New Building for the School of Nursing at Columbia University
Columbia University School of Nursing has an extraordinary opportunity as we prepare to build a new home for the future of nursing education, research, and clinical practice.
Join other alumni and friends in supporting the School’s effort to create a space to ensure the highest standards of learning and research that make Columbia Nursing one of the premier schools of nursing in the world.
WHO Collaborating Center for Advanced Practice Nursing General Fund
A gift to the WHO Collaborating Center will support global efforts to provide education and clinical support with our international partners in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Dominican Republic.
Psychiatric Mental Health Scholarship Fund
Join other Psychiatric Mental Health nursing alumni and friends in honoring this longstanding master's program by making a contribution to the Psychiatric Mental Health Scholarship Fund.
The Annual Fund
Support Columbia Nursing's new building, invest in scholarships, student study overseas, and other top priorities at the school.
The Annual Fund helps to ensure that students receive financial aid and have the enhanced resources they need to achieve their dream of making a difference in health care. Your gift - at any level - advances patient care by enabling the best and and brightest to choose Columbia Nursing.
To read about the four ways you can direct your Annual Fund gift, please click here.
Nurse Anesthesia Alumni Scholarship Fund
Join other nurse anesthesia alumni and friends in honoring this master's program by making a contribution to the Nurse Anesthesia Alumni Scholarship Fund.
Named Class Scholarship
Join your classmates in making a collective gift to create a one-year scholarship named in honor of your graduating class.
Nursing alumni have a long tradition of honoring their graduating classes by making class gifts. All scholars and donors are recognized at the Annual Fall Scholarship Reception.
Global Consultancies and Workshops
Focusing on international issues and requiring local and overseas travel, these consultancies and workshops are vital to the WHO Collaborating Center and its partners’ work, and to the professional education of students. These funds will allow faculty and our collaborators to meet face-to-face and improve mutual efforts.
Help Columbia Nursing students participate in World Health Organization exchange partnerships, primarily in Sub-Saharan Africa.
The Columbia University School of Nursing is designated as a World Health Organization Collaborating Center for International Development in Advanced Practice Nursing.
Endow and name an annual scholarship to help the worthiest students attend the School of Nursing.
Nearly 98 percent of Nursing students receive some level of financial aid each year. All scholars and donors are recognized at the annual Fall Scholarship Reception.
Endowed Annual Global Lecture
Gifts will help to create an annual conference to attract national and international leaders and policy to address global health inequalities.
Post-Doctoral Distinguished Fellowships
Provide support for this vital program, which trains nurse researchers in methods specific to health services research.
Offering formal mentoring with health services researchers to guide students in their work, these fellowships will help nurture scholarly inquiry, investigative skills, and intellectual growth. This program enables the School to continue to be a leader in health policy.
Endowed Junior Professorship
Help the School of Nursing recruit promising junior faculty members.
Named junior professorships encourage faculty members at the early stages of their careers who are dedicated to advanced-practice education as well as to research or clinical practice.
Support a current faculty member's clinical research or help the dean recruit an outstanding faculty member.
While named professorships are lasting memorials to generous donors, they also support vital programs and reflect the importance and standing that the School of Nursing holds for alumni and friends.