Thanks to donors like you, our faculty and students are able to pursue life-saving research to ensure that the next generation of public health leaders are prepared to address and fight the world’s toughest problems—from infectious diseases to climate change, health care access and equity, substance use disorders, diabetes, mental health, cancer prevention, and more. Together, we are improving the health and well-being of populations locally, nationally, and globally.

Ways to Give Thumbnail Investing in Rollins has never been easier! There are several ways to give: you may use a credit card, check, money order, electronic funds transfer, or even give appreciated stock or other real property.

Faculty Support ThumbnailWhen you make a gift to support our faculty, you’re helping Rollins maintain its level of excellence by enabling the school to recruit and retain some of the world’s most talented instructors and researchers.

Student Support Thumbnail Our endowed scholarships and Adopt-A-Scholar program enable us to have a diverse and inclusive community of learners by addressing the affordability of our education and ensuring that cost doesn’t deny top students the benefit of a Rollins degree.

Endowment Support Thumbnail Rollins has been building strong endowments for over 25 years to ensure the vitality and financial security of our school through investments in student flourishing, faculty eminence, and research excellence.

Research Thumbnail Your generosity empowers our world-class researchers to generate tomorrow’s solutions today for confronting humanity’s most challenging public health threats.

Contact Us Thumbnail Rollins Advancement and Alumni Engagement team looks forward to assisting you with your philanthropic interests and answering any questions you may have!

student Isabella Batina

“Receiving this scholarship is a great honor and at the same time a great responsibility, not only with Rollins but also with the young women of my country [Mexico] who, like me, dream of a better health system for their people. In addition to being extremely grateful for the financial support that this scholarship includes, the greatest reward for me comes from feeling seen and chosen. In addition to its academic excellence, the opportunity this program provides to put what you have learned into practice is one of the many reasons I am sure there is no better place to learn public health.”
- Isabella Batina, MPH ‘23, James W. Curran Endowed Scholarship Awardee