Four Ways to Support Pharmacy
Faser Capital Initiative
Faser Hall, the main pharmacy building on the Oxford campus, is home to faculty offices and laboratories. Today, the first and second floors of the building remain much as they appeared in 1969 when Faser Hall was built. On a recent site visit from the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education, those floors were described as being in “desperate need” of an upgrade. Support the renovation of Faser and improve the academic environment for pharmacy students. Give Now
Grow the Ole Miss family
Scholarships transform lives. Even with competitive tuition rates, it still can be challenging for many Ole Miss students and families to pay for college. Your support enables the next generation of pharmacists, chemists, and scientists to fulfill their potential and make a difference in our state and beyond. Give Now
Nurture Strong Leadership
Dedicated professors define the university’s academic reputation. The influence they wield is indisputable -- and invaluable. The scholars who make up our faculty not only share their knowledge with our students, they also fuel a love of learning. They ignite passion for public service. In short, they create leaders. An investment in our faculty is an investment in our students, and in our academic reputation. Give Now
Plant a Seed for Tomorrow
Pharmacy students and faculty are currently conducting research to help to manage Type 2 diabetes; create personalized drug dosages with a 3D printer; find a natural remedy for bed bugs; develop environmentally safe chemicals to manage insects; work on a treatment for Alzheimer’s, and so much more. Helping fund pharmacy research might help a student today, and you or a family member tomorrow. Give Now
Meet Michelle R.R. de
With help from the Walgreens Multilingual Scholarship, professional pharmacist Michelle R.R. de Almeida was able to come to the United States to continue her education in health care.
Michelle R.R. de‘s Story
Madison Varner knew that the burden of paying for college would rest on her shoulders. The Ole Miss First Scholarship program helped her achieve her dream of attending Ole Miss.