The strength of our programs and our ability to positively affect future generations of caregivers depends on continued support. Your contributions to the School of Health Professions helps ensure that people who are called to a life of service in health care have access to the best education possible.
If you have supported us in the past, thank you for all that you’ve done for our program. If you are new to the School of Health Professions, won’t you join us? You support is one of our greatest strengths.
JAMES B. Angel Scholarship
Named in honor of Dr. Jim Angel who helped inspire both the Sports Medicine and Exercise Science programs, this scholarship helps ensure the education of students in both programs. Dr. Angel was passionate about the professional and spiritual development of all of his students and positively impacted hundreds of students with his devotion to education and to Christ.
DEPARTMENT OF Cardiopulomary sciences FUND
This general fund is used to support students and faculty within the Department of Cardiopulmonary Sciences. Funds are used for a variety of things including addressing immediate student needs, lab equipment, faculty and student travel and faculty development.
Department of Communication Sciences & DIsorders Fund
This general fund is used to support students and faculty within the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. Funds are used for a variety of things including addressing immediate student needs, faculty and student travel and faculty development.
Department of Kinesiology Fund
This general fund is used to support teaching and research throughout the Kinesiology department, providing for various needs, from lab equipment to classroom supplies.
DEPARTMENT OF pHYSICAL tHERAPY FUND
This general fund is used to support teaching, learning and research throughout the Physical Therapy department. It provides for things such as lab equipment, classroom supplies and student needs.
School of Health Professions Minority Scholarship
This scholarship is designed to help minority students in the School of Health Professions overcome financial barriers to attending Samford University.