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Opportunities to Support the College

 

Why Give?

 

Build A Stronger College

  • All money received by the College is reinvested in our students.  This funding allows the college the ability to purchase laboratory and simulation equipment, obtain medical supplies, and secure the latest scholarly materials.  Donor support keeps our AACN accredited nursing program strong.

 

Improve Healthcare

  • When we can offer students innovative professors, and comprehensive classroom learning; the result is better nurses entering the medical community and better healthcare for you.  Additional funding helps us to go above and beyond for our students so they can start contributing to the medical community immediately.

 

Know Exactly Where Your Donation Is Going

  • When you donate to the college you receive an acknowledgement indicating exactly where your gift has been directed.  As a valued supporter of the UW Oshkosh College of Nursing we proudly recognize the names of each donor in our annual magazine: CONtact.
  • Now is the time to invest locally so that communities can be invigorated.  Donations to the College of Nursing are tax-deductible.

 

Four Ways To Give

Donate to the College of Nursing Lab Transformation

Donate To The College Of Nursing Fund

 

Donate To A Specific Scholarship

 

Donate Your Time

  •  Mentoring, guest speaker and volunteer opportunities at events such as Recognition Ceremony exist within the College.  If you would like to volunteer your time, please contact:

 

Shelby Lang

Advancement Officer and Alumni/Community Relations

(920) 424-3165

langs@uwosh.edu

 

Becki Cleveland

Coordinator of Student Academic Affairs

(920) 424-2127 or (920) 424-1193

clevelan@uwosh.edu

 

 

 

 

 

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
College of Nursing
800 Algoma Blvd.
Oshkosh, WI 54901 8660
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