Alumni and friends

Your connection to the VCU School of Allied Health Professions doesn’t end on graduation day. Rather, receiving your degree marks the beginning of membership in a lifelong alumni community. Our goal is simple – to keep our alumni up-to-date on the School’s activities, to build connections between past, present and future Allied Health graduates, and to keep alumni informed as to how they can remain involved in and contribute to the future of the School of Allied Health Professions.

Summer 2016 Allied Health Magazine

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Magazine for School Aug. 2016

Need some summer reading? Check out the latest issue of our School of Allied Health Magazine, full of fascinating articles, such as a our feature story of "Keeping it in the family".  In this issue, you'll meet a husband and wife, a father and son, and a grandmother and granddaughter - three among the many legacy families who hav econtinued a tradition in the School of Allied Health Professions.


Stay connected

If you are an alum of the VCU School of Allied Health Professions, we want to hear from you. Please take a moment to fill out our alumni information form, or read our latest class notes.

Get involved

As a proud alum, you are already a part of the past and present of the VCU School of Allied Health Professions. By supporting the School through a gift, you become part of its future as well.

If you are interested in giving a gift to the School of Allied Health Professions, please visit our Make a Gift page or click the Give Now button that appears in the left-hand sidebar at any time.

Your gift can take many forms, including scholarships, endowed faculty support, planned giving, or a gift to the MCV Foundation or the VCU Foundation.

Why your gift matters

For more information about the value of your gift, please read this welcome letter from Jessica Gurganus, the Assistant Dean of Development and External Affairs for the School of Allied Health Professions, or watch this video from VCU President Michael Rao.