Rollins School of Public Health

The time is now to Seed the Future


Rollins School of Public Health

There has never been a better time to make a difference by establishing a scholarship at the Rollins School of Public Health.


A lot goes into deciding where to attend a school of public health—location, reputation, availability of hands-on learning opportunities, cost, and scholarship support. To better compete with other leading schools of public health for the best students, Rollins is dedicating a recent $10 million gift from the O. Wayne Rollins Foundation to match endowed scholarship gifts of $50,000 to $100,000. A donation of $50,000 for example, would be matched to create a $100,000 scholarship fund.

This increased funding for endowed scholarships will reduce education debt and make the field of public health accessible to the brightest and most committed scholars. 

Scholarships at Rollins support high-caliber students who prevent disease, promote health, and save lives worldwide. A scholarship gift may translate into field research in sub-Saharan Africa or a breakthrough in cancer prevention. It may be a key factor in increasing access to safe water, providing earthquake relief, eliminating birth defects, or improving access to care.

Rollins alumni work in more than 100 countries, so an investment in scholarships extends well beyond the Emory campus. Scholarship gifts support outstanding students who go on to do life-changing work around the world.


Contact Development Officer

To learn more about how you can invest in developing the next leaders, game-changers, professionals, and humanitarians, contact a development officer using the form below. Please fill out your name, email address and a brief message to prompt a development officer to contact you directly with more information.


Kathryn Graves

Associate Dean
Development and External Relations