Emory Day of Giving coming soon, March 22-23, 2023!
School of Nursing

Preparing the nurses of tomorrow is our focus of today. Recognized as a Top-10 School of Nursing by U.S. News and World Report across our baccalaureate, master’s, and doctorial programs, the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing is preparing the next generation of nurses to meet their personal and professional goals through a world-class education.

With your support, the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing will continue to lead the way in nursing education, research, and innovative healthcare practices. We invite to you to invest in tomorrow’s nursing leaders and shape the future of our school. Your generosity will help ensure a vibrant, highly skilled nursing workforce for years to come.

For Emory 2O36 Giving Week, we are highlighting the below priority giving opportunities:

Student Scholarships:

  • Through your generosity to the Nursing School Scholarship Endowment (Undergraduate Programs) we will continue to provide scholarship support to the best-and-brightest students, regardless of financial circumstance.
  •  A gift to the Nursing School Scholarship Fund (Graduate Programs) provides the vital support needed to attract graduate level students from across the country and abroad looking to advance their nursing education.


  • Your support to the Nursing Fund for Excellence provides Dean Linda McCauley with the flexibility to invest in strategic priorities from faculty retention and recruitment to student research projects and other important opportunities that otherwise may not be funded.


  • Representing our latest physical expansion, a gift to the Emory Nursing Learning Center (ENLC) will provide our students, faculty, and staff with the most advanced simulation technology, innovation, collaboration, and classroom space for years to come.

Dooley’s Undergraduate Programs Challenge
Congratulations to the following funds who won the Dooley’s Undergraduate Programs Challenge. 1st place - $2000: Oxford College Scholarship, 2nd place - $1500: Emory College Scholarships, 3rd place - $1000: Oxford College Library, 4th place - $500: Student Well Being Fund
Rank Prize Undergrad Academic and Campus Programs Donors
1 $2,000 Oxford College Scholarship 50
2 $1,500 College of Arts and Sciences 21
3 $1,000 Oxford College Library 17
4 $500 Student Well-Being and Experience 16
5 School of Nursing 11
Scholarship Challenge - Most Donors
Removing financial barriers through scholarships allows Emory to replace student loans in financial aid packages. As a top priority of the 2O36 campaign, scholarship support is at the core of helping students flourish. The top 5 school-based scholarship funds with the most donors by 1:00 p.m. EDT on November 4 will share $5,000 in bonus awards. Gifts must be made through the school participating group page to qualify.
Rank Prize Scholarship Funds Donors
1 $1,500 Oxford College Scholarship Fund 88
2 $1,250 Candler Master of Divinity Scholarship Fund 31
3 $1,000 Emory College Scholarships 30
4 $750 Nursing School Scholarship Fund 25
5 $500 Rollins School of Public Health Scholarships 18
Graduate Programs Challenge
Congratulations to the following funds that won the Graduate Programs Challenge. 1st place - $2000: Youth Theological Initiative , 2nd place - $1500: Master of Divinity Scholarship, 3rd place - $1000: Laney Graduate School Fund for Excellence, 4th place (tie) - $250 each: Rollins School of Public Health Scholarships -and- School of Medicine Alumni Scholarship Fund
Rank Prize Grad Programs Donors
1 $2,000 Youth Theological Initiative 21
2 $1,500 Master of Divinity Scholarship 15
3 $1,000 Laney Graduate School 8
4 $500 School of Medicine 5
5 Rollins School of Public Health Scholarships 5
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