Support the College of Applied Health Sciences
Joseph J. Bannon Directorship in the Office of Recreation and Park Resources
If you'd like to contribute to the Joseph J. Bannon Directorship in the Office of Recreation and Park Resources, please follow the link below.
The Annual Fund
At the heart of private giving to Applied Health Sciences is the Annual Fund. Gifts, large and small, that are made in response to the college’s annual appeal provide flexible resources for meeting pressing needs and maintaining excellence.
Support Students through Scholarships
Fund scholarships that help our students afford the increasing cost of higher education.
Support Faculty Research
Support research that enables the Center on Health, Aging, and Disability (CHAD) to provide leadership in interdisciplinary research that promotes health and wellness, healthy aging across the lifespan, healthy communities, and optimal participation of individuals with disabilities.
Support Faculty Mentoring
The "Phyllis J. Hill Award for Exemplary Mentoring" provides faculty awards in the College of Applied Health Sciences (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) who demonstrate exemplary mentoring to students enrolled in the Edmund J. James Scholar Program.
Class of 2021 -- We encourage you to honor your graduation class by donating a gift in the amount of your class year ("$20.21") to your departmental scholarship fund to support current and future students.
Support the Chez Veterans Center
Help us to provide the residential and non-residential support services that enable military-connected students to realize their potential.
SUPPORT THE DIVISION OF DISABILITY RESOURCES AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
Make a gift to the Division of Disability Resources and Educational Services.
RST 180 Travel Scholarship Fund
Now in its third year, the RST 180 “A Hall of Fame Adventure” course provides students an immersive, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to explore, discuss, compare and contrast high-profile RST destinations, facilities, and professions, apply concepts from the classroom as students tour facilities, and bond with a strong and proud network of Illini out in the field.