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Make a profound impact at Purdue University by partnering with the College of Health and Human Sciences. Please consider supporting our 2016-17 funding initiatives.

Student Support

Support for undergraduate students includes scholarships, a lifeline for HHS students who require financial assistance in order to attend Purdue. It also includes the Global Learning Fund, which provides cultural immersion opportunities so that more HHS students can study, intern or travel abroad. Graduate student support, one of HHS’s greatest needs, can provide not only basic funding but also opportunities to work alongside researchers and professors in the classroom to help shape the students professionally.


Endowed and distinguished professorships are the hallmark of a world-class university. HHS’s goal is to establish named professorships across the college in order to recruit and retain the most talented faculty. An endowed named deanship for HHS will provide the dean supplemental funding to address priority areas such as learning, discovery and engagement; distinguish the college and the dean as preeminent at Purdue and among peers; and expand the college’s research enterprise by leveraging external funding.


Emerging programs offer the opportunity to address healthy aging, public health, chronic disease detection and prevention, health and wellness, and critical health issues for children, such as autism.


Initiatives for facilities include the Purdue Professional Selling Laboratory, which connects companies with students and infrastructure support of the college’s first magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) research equipment, which will advance research being done across the college. Opportunities to fund renovations in Lambert Fieldhouse, home to the Department of Health and Kinesiology, are also available.

Create a Legacy

Your planned gift might include

Will provisions, retirement accounts and life insurance, trusts, personal property, commodities

For more information about how you can support the College of Health and Human Sciences, please contact the HHS Office of Advancement at 765-494-7890 or 800-535-7303 or