How It All Started
Thanks to your extraordinary generosity and vision, we have surpassed our goals and raised $51 million for the Nazareth College Campaign for College and Community – the largest in the College’s history.
The Campaign made possible new state-of-the-art facilities, program enrichments that broaden students’ experiential learning opportunities, and expanded financial support that creates access for students. The power and impact of these investments can be seen and felt on campus by our students and faculty, and throughout the Rochester community and beyond.
Nazareth College is now home to a renovated and vibrant Arts Center, to Peckham Hall and its Integrated Center for Math and Science for evidence-based, collaborative learning, and to the world-class Wellness and Rehabilitation Institute, which will open in the fall with clinics and inter-professional spaces that will enhance our students’ education while serving people in our community.
Through new scholarships and an increased endowment, we will be able to ensure that a distinctive Nazareth education – rigorous academics, international perspective, experiential learning, and service to the community – remains accessible for tomorrow’s students.
We take this moment to gratefully acknowledge our alumni, our donors, our Board of Trustees, our tireless volunteers, and the greater Rochester community who have made this possible.
About the Future
Making a difference in the life of one person, while touching the lives of many others. These are the driving principles of education at Nazareth College. And when you give to Nazareth, you impact the world around us in unexpected ways.
The Wellness and Rehabilitation Institute will help position Nazareth as a regional, national, and international leader in educating health care professionals.
A robust endowment makes Nazareth better at everything. The endowment generates funds for scholarships, faculty chairs, programs, technology, and other critical needs.
Our innovative programs attract students to the region and serve as an economic engine for the Rochester community.
Invest in the programs and facilities that will allow the College to continue to meet the needs of Rochester that are not met by anyone else.