Dentistry Establishes Largest-Ever Scholarship
Superstar Scholarship offers historic support level to entering D.D.S. students.
Remembering Dr. Gazala’s Commitment to Students
The Joseph R. Gazala, M.D., Scholarship will open the door for countless medical students over many generations thanks to the legacy of one man’s generosity.
Lifelong Friendship Inspires Scholarship
Eight friends, five decades, two yearly get-togethers and one woman who kept them all together.
VCU School of Nursing Receives Largest Gift in School’s History to Fund Student Scholarships
A $13 million gift made by Joanne and Bill Conway will provide need-based scholarships for over 1,000 undergraduate and doctoral nursing students and will support diversity in health care.
MCV Foundation Awards $4M to VCU to Advance Student DEI on Health Sciences Campus
Four schools and one college will recruit and train highly qualified, underrepresented students.
MCV Foundation Helping VCU to Lead $114 Million Robert A. Winn Diversity in Clinical Trials Award Program Established by the Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation
The program will increase diversity in clinical trials.
Endowed Lectureship Spotlights Health Equity
A new lectureship will create opportunities to examine health equity and efforts to reduce disparities.
Recruitment Scholarship Boosts School of Pharmacy
A new recruitment scholarship at the VCU School of Pharmacy hopes to attract top applicants with pre-enrollment aid.
Shimpin’ Scholarship Celebrates One Man’s Impact on VCU Health
Kevin Shimp’s larger-than-life presence lives on in a scholarship to support professional development for VCU Health employees.
Connecting the Pieces of the Rehab Puzzle
A consortium of Central Virginia institutions rich in history and expertise has come together to establish the region as a national leader in physical rehabilitation care and research.
1838: A Campaign for Medical Student Scholarships
The successful completion of the 1839 Campaign has resulted in 13 full-tuition scholarships and 11 more half-tuition awards to support VCU School of Medicine students.