You can show your support for the School of Pharmacy and the next generation of Notre Dame pharmacists in a variety of ways:
Office of the Dean
Provides support for the School of Pharmacy’s facilities, Knott Science Center and G. Avery Bunting Hall, which are home to the School’s technology-rich classrooms, vivarium and research, patient care and simulation labs, as well as the offices of admissions and experiential learning, the departments of Clinical and Administrative Sciences and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Office of the Dean, and faculty and staff offices.
Supports general operations of the School, including technology upgrades, student programs, School of Pharmacy improvements, academic support and other initiatives benefitting faculty and students.
Funded through contributions from School of Pharmacy alumni, this scholarship is awarded to one qualifying second- or third-year student pharmacist.
Established in honor of the inaugural class of 2013 and funded each year by the current fourth-year class through individual contributions and fundraisers, this scholarship is awarded to one qualifying second- or third-year student pharmacist.
Funded by members of the Dean’s Advisory Council—a prestigious group of accomplished professionals and leaders in the fields of health care and pharmacy who provide the Dean with advice and counsel to strengthen the School and ensure its longevity—this annual award of $1,000 is given to one graduating fourth-year student pharmacist.
Established and funded by the School of Pharmacy faculty, this scholarship supports students of high academic capability who enroll in the School of Pharmacy.
Enables students and alumni to leave a permanent mark on campus with a personalized, engraved paver on the beautiful walkways outside Knott Science Center and Bunting Hall. A portion of the purchase price is considered a charitable contribution to The Notre Dame Fund for the School of Pharmacy.
Provides long-term support to strengthen and sustain Notre Dame of Maryland University as a whole and the School of Pharmacy in particular.
Learn more about legacy giving and the Montrose Society, a growing group of benefactors who remember Notre Dame in their estate plans, or contact Erin DaSilva to learn more about the Montrose Society at 410-532-3198 or firstname.lastname@example.org.