The “Tree of Caring,” located in the lobby of new College of Health and Human Services (CHHS) building, permanently recognizes donors who financially support the College and their mission.
The College of Health and Human Services Fund supports 26 undergraduate and graduate degree programs focused on experiential, interprofessional and community-engaged practice.. Gifts made to the College of Health and Human Services Fund will support practice-based learning opportunities for our students such as:
- Undergraduate and graduate research assistantships.
- Supervision in non-profit agencies that do not have licensed providers
- Stipends for students who cannot afford to give up paid jobs to complete internships
- Professional development workshops, mentors, and events to support student transition from college to career
|Gift Size||Tree of Caring Recognition|
|$200 - $349||Bronze leaf - LIMITED|
|$350 - $499||Silver leaf - LIMITED|
|$500 - $999||Gold leaf - LIMITED|
|$1,000 - $4,999||Owl on tree - SOLD OUT|
|$5,000 - $9,999||Cobblestones under tree - LIMITED|
|$10,000 - $24,999||Names on the tree trunk or in knothole on the tree - SOLD OUT|
|$25,000 - $49,999||Name on plaque - SOLD OUT|
|$50,000 and up||Name the entire tree - example: Smith Family Tree of Caring - SOLD OUT|