At the Rollins School of Public Health, we explore frontiers of knowledge to make our ever-changing world safer and healthier for all people. In order to address society’s most pressing public health issues, we must prepare today’s students to become tomorrow’s leaders. Your generosity helps make this possible.
Your gifts enable us to attract talented students from all walks of life, bringing together a diverse community to learn, research, and solve public health problems. Your support also strengthens our ability to recruit and retain world-class faculty members who guide our students and make important contributions to the field. Your gifts help students gain hands-on experiences and apply their knowledge in communities near and far—a priority that sets Rollins apart from many other institutions.
By giving to the Rollins School of Public Health, you champion our mission to improve health, prevent disease, and save lives. The public health challenges of the future will require a greater commitment than ever. With your generous support, the Rollins School of Public Health will be there to meet them.
For Emory Day of Giving, we are highlighting these giving opportunities:
- Rollins Earn and Learn: Rollins Earn and Learn (REAL) is a signature program funded by Rollins that offers full-time MPH/MSPH students valuable opportunities to earn while they learn through applied public health experiences in real-world settings.
- Rollins School of Public Health Fund for Excellence: Gifts to the Fund for Excellence allow us to provide support to the Dean's priorities, as well as any critical needs.
- Public Health Preparedness and Research: The Public Health Preparedness and Research Fund supports the Rollins School of Public Health’s research and response efforts related to COVID-19 and pandemic preparedness.
- James W. Curran Endowed Scholarship: The James W. Curran Scholarships are awarded to the school's most outstanding applicants. Gifts made to the fund this year honor Dean Curran’s 25th anniversary as Dean of the Rollins School of Public Health.