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I'm a working mother, and going back to school meanth making a lot of sacrifices. Scholarships have allowed me to focus on my education, work on community projects and spend time with my family.

By creating new scholarship and faculty endowments, UTMB friends and alumni can make a powerful investment in health care's future.

The UTMB School of Health Professions is a pioneering place. The oldest school of its kind in the South and Southwest, established in 1968, the school has done much to populate our state with the clinical professionals vital to the health and well-being of its citizens. The more than 12,000 graduates who have passed through the school's doors have filled communities across the state with their expertise.

Today, the school is home to 822 students in six departments (Clinical Laboratory Sciences, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Masters of Health Professions, Nutrition and Metabolism and Respiratory Care) and one division (Rehabilitation Sciences). Those students are guided by 56 full-time, 11 part-time and 55 clinical faculty members.

A Growing State, A Growing Challenge

At this critical juncture in health care in Texas, we are striving to produce even more graduates to serve a growing state. So we turn to those who share a kinship with the School of Health Professions: the thousands of alumni who have gotten their start in our programs, the leaders in the many communities who depend on our exceptional graduates, the organizations who embrace our commitment to the future of health care.

Scholarships can take many shapes. They can be incentives for academic excellence. Ways to help address students' financial needs. Tools to reward students who commit themselves to community service. A source of support for students from a particular region, city or school. Scholarship support helps put a health sciences education within reach of even more students and is truly an investment in health care's future.

Faculty Endowments are established to attract and retain outstanding faculty who have distinguished themselves through their teaching, research and scholarship.

Contact Us

Would you like to speak with someone to find out more information regarding scholarships, endowments, memorials, and other gifts to the School of Health Professions?

School of Health Professions
Office of Dean
P: 409-772-3001