The UofL School of Nursing is an essential partner of a research intensive academic health science center in a nationally recognized university serving a metropolitan community. It's where the science of nursing transforms the art of caring.

The generosity of our alumni and friends helps us to fulfill our mission and provide a quality education in the nursing profession to our outstanding students. Your gifts support scholarships and awards, faculty and research, scientific discoveries and creative endeavors, technology and capital improvements, and community partnerships that cannot be funded by state and tuition support alone. Please consider making a gift to the School of Nursing.

Designating Your Gift

You may designate your gift to the program or priority of your choosing. The Fund for UofL for the School of Nursing is the first choice of many donors, because it provides the school with a steady stream of income to support the ongoing operations and priorities of the dean. Alternatively, you can direct your philanthropy to initiatives such as student scholarships, faculty research, or simulation lab technologies. To discuss other options, please contact a member of our development staff.

Contact Our Staff

Bryan Robinson
AVP, Health Sciences Development
Email Bryan

How to Give

Give Online

Use our secure online gift form to make a gift by credit card. You can designate your gift to the program or priority of your choosing.


Giving by Mail

To mail a check, send to:

University of Louisville
Advancement Services
215 Central Ave #300
Louisville, Kentucky 40208

Make checks payable to the University of Louisville Foundation. In the check's memo section, please designate gift allocation (i.e. School of Nursing).

Planned Giving

Planned gifts provide donors with excellent benefits, including life income, continued use of gift property, an avoidance of capital gains tax and immediate income tax deduction. Some planned gifts, such as bequests, provide gift and estate tax savings. To establish a planned gift, contact Bryan Robinson at 852-2199