Generous support from donors like you allows Baylor College of Medicine to train the next generation of leaders in the biomedical and health sciences fields.
Donor support for scholarships and endowed scholarships bring the gift of a Baylor education to more students, widening the field of people who enter the research and medical professions at a time when tuition support is needed most. In 2021, Baylor welcomed its most diverse class ever, with almost a third of students coming from underrepresented backgrounds in the School of Medicine. You help our students become tomorrow’s healthcare professionals, well equipped to care for all patient populations, through support for Baylor’s School of Medicine, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, School of Health Professions and National School of Tropical Medicine.
Baylor ranks No.1 in Texas for Best Medical Schools in U.S. News & World Report’s 2022-23 rankings.
Baylor ranks No. 16 in the nation for Best Medical Schools for Primary Care in U.S. News & World Report’s 2022-23 rankings.
Baylor ranks No. 22 in the nation for Best Medical Schools for Research in U.S. News & World Report’s 2022-23 rankings.
Endowments are a central source of funding for academic pursuits at Baylor College of Medicine. Whether through a named professorship, chair or presidential chair to support exceptional faculty, or through a scholarship or endowed scholarship to educate the next generation of healthcare leaders, these gifts provide steady funding, often in perpetuity, for academic endeavors that improve healthcare for years to come.
Kelvin Moses, M.D., Ph.D., FACS ’04, continues a Baylor tradition of giving back with his gift in support of the James Phillips, M.D., Diversity Endowed Scholarship.
“The Burroughs Wellcome Fund is honored to help support the endowed lectureship in recognition of the many contributions to immunology, science education and mentorship of the late Jonathan M. Levitt, Ph.D. This lectureship will continue his legacy to support diverse scholars, enhance scientific community and lead to meaningful changes in human health in the years ahead.”