Gifts by currency, credit or personal check which immediately benefits the university is the easiest and most direct way to give. Pledges can also be made in support of the College.
Planned gifts are a great way to help others and make a difference. When planning for your own future needs, you help to build a future for others. Planned gifts may include annuities, bequests, trusts and wills.
Corporate & Foundation Gifts
These gifts help the College provide students with scholarships, technology and education. Learn how your corporation or foundation can support Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences and our commitment to excellence.
These gifts provide the College with continuous monetary support, lasting throughout its lifetime. Endowed funds are established for a variety of purposes determined by the donor to provide scholarships for students, to advance breakthrough research, to honor distinguished faculty or alumni, to remember loved ones, or to simply thank Campbell University for the valued education it provided.
Non-cash gifts may be securities, personal property, real estate or gifts-in-kind. This is a great way to support the College without making a cash donation.
Faculty & Staff Giving
Faculty and staff giving at Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences supports faculty endowments, research programs, equipment funds, scholarships, and more. This shows the commitment of faculty and staff to the College and its mission.
Alumni are an integral component of the College’s success. Alumni mentor, coach, guest lecture and identify employment opportunities for other graduates and students.
Financial support is an important part of the College’s future success, but more important is giving back to the College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences through volunteering and participating in events. Volunteers are always needed during student, alumni, admissions and other CPHS events. Participation on a committee or board shows leadership and dedication to the College and its programs. Serving requires time and work to advise, plan, and nurture our students, values, and initiatives.
Associate Dean, Administration