Transforming Good Intentions Into Good Medicine
The College of Medicine will join the University of Houston as its 15th academic college, admitting 30 students in its inaugural class in 2020. Our goal is for at least 50 percent of each graduating class to practice primary care specialties — a crucial point of difference that will truly set the College apart from its local and national counterparts.
Whether you serve on a volunteer board, become a member of one of our Donor Societies, join via life membership or engage in student philanthropy, there are many ways to get involved at UH! Every time you give of your time, talent or resources, you increase opportunities for today’s students and tomorrow’s leaders.
OPPORTUNITY DEFINES A UH EDUCATION
When you invest in UH, you enable opportunity to take root and thrive. It grows first for our students, who bring a special grit and determination to their studies, and next for our schools, colleges, faculty, and region.
Hope For A Long Forgotten Cohort
Every year; practically, every month, we hear heartwarming stories about university benefactors coming to the aid of students in need. Then, there’s Andy (J.D.’73) and Andrea (J.D.’76) Diamond’s story.
A Fitting Legacy
Kendall/Heaton Associates, Inc., an architecture firm in Houston, made a generous $250,000 gift to the Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design at the University of Houston to create its first ever endowed professorship within the College.
Japan Business Association Commits $100,000 to Support Hines College’s Community Design Resource Center
In honor of its 50th anniversary, the Japan Business Association of Houston (JBAH) recently announced its donation of $100,000 to the Community Design Resource Center (CDRC) in the Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design at the University of Houston.
News and Events
H-E-B Donates $250,000 to UH College of Medicine
A generous $250,000 donation from H-E-B will help the University of Houston College of Medicine build healthy communities in Texas – a mission shared by both organizations.
Major Milestone: UH College of Medicine Approved by Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) unanimously approved today a Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree for the University of Houston, moving the College of Medicine one step closer to training more primary care doctors to practice in underserved urban and rural communities.
UH System Raises Nearly $145 Million in Fiscal Year 2018
The University of Houston System raised nearly $145 million in private support in fiscal year 2018, the second largest total in UHS history, trailing only the previous year when the public phase of the historic $1 billion “Here, We Go” Campaign was launched.