Giving Opportunities at Rollins School of Public Health


James W. Curran, MD, MPH
Dean of Public Health

The students at Rollins School of Public Health share a common goal—to change the world by improving the health of individuals, families, and communities. At Rollins, our goal is to provide students with the classroom skills, field experience, and tools necessary to become exceptional public health practitioners, fulfilling their dreams while helping others.

Changing the world is a community effort, and we rely on the support of our alumni and friends to help us reach our goal. Scholarship funding from endowments and unrestricted gifts remains the area of greatest need. Scholarships benefit students by reducing their debt upon graduation, allowing them to pursue careers in underserved areas throughout the world. A well-funded scholarship program also benefits Rollins by enabling us to compete for the most outstanding applicants in the field.

There are few accolades in public health, and even the most preeminent leaders in our field often spend their careers working behind the scenes. That is why I am especially proud of the endowed funds that have been established at Rollins to honor some of our most influential and beloved faculty and friends. These funds generate scholarships while bringing much-deserved recognition to those who share their passion and their work with Rollins.

I hope you will find a giving opportunity that speaks to your own experience as a member of our community and make a gift today. As more schools of public health join the ranks each year, the caliber of our students and the dedication of friends like you will help keep Rollins at the top.


James W. Curran, MD, MPH
James W. Curran Dean of Public Health

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