Did you know the College of Health and Human Services can take your gift and match it dollar-for-dollar? Through the Presidential Collaborative, gifts up to $150,000, are matched by the offices of the President and Provost. This allows donors the unique opportunity to double their investment to help student scholars within CHHS.
Gifts to the Presidential Collaborative can be designated to one or all of the following CHHS academic programs: Honors Scholars, the Doctorate in Nursing Practice, and the Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Support of the Honors Scholars Program will benefit students of all majors within the college: Communicative Disorders and Deaf Studies, Kinesiology, Nursing, Physical Therapy, Public Health, Recreation Administration and Social Work Education.
The mission of the college is to empower students to live well and promote a holistic approach to improving quality of life – mind, body and spirit – of the individual and community. CHHS is among the largest colleges at Fresno State, offering undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degrees in a variety of health care and human service fields. A gift to the Presidential Collaborative will not only help the colleges’ mission, but will also play a role in improving the well-being of the Central California region.
Learn more about our three academic programs!
CHHS Honors Scholars
The CHHS Honors Scholars Program is designed to build collaboration skills and leadership. Students are introduced to the inter-disciplinary process in addressing health and human service needs, and are provided opportunities for advanced inter-professional studies. Honors scholars apply their learning in culmination projects of interdisciplinary assessment and evaluation that address the needs of the Central Valley. Website
Doctor of Nursing Practice Leadership Fellows
Since 2012, the doctoral program has developed nurse leaders and future health care educators. Many of the students in the doctoral program are first-generation students who will remain in the Central Valley after graduation – and thus, meet the growing needs of our region. Each will perform 1,000 hours of clinical service and share their research to elevate the academic field. Website.
Doctor of Physical Therapy Research and Clinical Fellows
The Doctor of Physical Therapy program attracts exceptional students and prepares them to become leading professionals in this growing field. The Doctor of Physical Therapy degree is required for an individual to become a licensed physical therapist. Fellows give back their time and expertise through research and clinical hours in local facilities and by sharing their research at conferences and symposia, locally and nationally. Website.
To make your donation, please visit our donor page at the link below and specify ‘Presidential Collaborative’ under the ‘Programs’ option, along with your donation amount. Every dollar makes a significant difference!