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Planning for the Future of Pharmacy

Planning for the Future of Pharmacy

The 125th Anniversary Campaign
Campaign Goal • $10 Million
June 30, 2013

The Future is in Our Hands

Established in 1884, the College of Pharmacy has a rich tradition of excellence. With over 8,000 living alumni, an outstanding student body, and an excellent faculty, we are positioned to continue to be leaders in the education of pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists throughout the 21st century. Planning for the future, both academically and economically, is crucial to our success. One way you can assist us in filling tomorrow's prescription is by making a planned gift today.

The campaign kicked off on October 15, 2010, with a special luncheon presentation. Information and photos are available here.

Have a lasting impact on the Future of Pharmacy

A planned gift can provide numerous opportunities such as scholarships, faculty support, chaired professorships, graduate awards, and professional awards. In honor of the 125th Anniversary of the College of Pharmacy, we challenge our alumni to help us reach our goal of 125 new planned gifts totaling $10 million by June 30, 2013. By achieving this objective together, we will continue to have a positive impact on the profession of pharmacy well into the future.

How to Make a Planned Gift

We invite you to learn more about how planned gifts can work for you. For information on how you can impact future generations of students and faculty at Purdue University's College of Pharmacy while complementing your personal financial portfolio, please contact Angela R. Davis, Manager of Stewardship & Donor Relations, at (765) 494-1370, or by email to

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