School of Nursing & Health Studies

Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies translates the university’s Catholic, Jesuit values into action in a field that impacts each of us: health and health care. Founded in 1903, the school conducts innovative teaching, research, scholarship and service.

The school’s four academic departments span interrelated disciplines of the health field—health systems administration, human science, international health and nursing. Additionally, NHS includes the Center for Health Equity - Research, Implementation and Teaching.

Philanthropic support to NHS ensures that students and faculty continue to experience a world-class learning environment. Areas of greatest need include student scholarships, support for faculty innovation, experiential learning opportunities and facilities enhancement.

Your Support Matters

Support the education of tomorrow's health care leaders by making a gift to the School of Nursing & Health Studies. To designate your gift to graduate programs or other areas, please specify the designation of your gift on the donation form.

If you are interested in contributing to named scholarships, endowments, capital projects or other areas, please call Paula Dillig Frishman at 202-687-7152 or email her.

The Annual Giving Community

The Georgetown University Loyalty Society recognizes School of Nursing & Health Studies alumni who demonstrate their commitment to Georgetown’s mission through consecutive giving.