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Your gift to the College of Nursing endorses and supports the learning experience at the CON, offering:

  • Nationally-ranked graduate and online programs
  • State of the art facilities
  • Integration of simulated learning
  • Inter-professional collaboration across healthcare disciplines
  • A variety of service learning experiences
  • Opportunities to engage in cutting-edge research

Join us in training and educating the nursing leaders, educators, and researchers of tomorrow.

Gifts are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law, less the fair market value of the benefits received. The CARES Act which became law on March 27, 2020, may enhance the tax deductibility of your gift. Please consult with your tax advisor.

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Harrison Society: Planned Giving

A planned gift is a unique opportunity for you to create a lasting legacy for the College of Nursing. When you plan a gift as part of your long-term estate and financial goals, you support students and programs far into the future while still ensuring that your loved ones are cared for. You can give a specific amount of money, a gift contingent upon certain events or a percentage of your estate. The Harrison Society honors donors who have made documented bequests of any amount in their wills and/or who have made provisions for Augusta University through planned giving instruments (such as annuities or trusts). To learn more, contact Mary McCormack, Associate Vice President of Gift & Estate Planning, by email or phone: 706-721-5027.


College of Nursing Naming Opportunities

Naming opportunities give donors the ability to leave their legacy on physical aspects of College of Nursing spaces. Here is a full list of naming opportunities available.


Learn More

Gifts to the College of Nursing can support Scholarships, Endowment Funds, Study Abroad Opportunities, Clinical Education Experiences, Research Initiatives, and more. To learn about all giving opportunities, please contact Sarah Akins, Associate Director of Philanthropy, by email or phone: 706-829-4911.