Academic Innovation

At the heart of the campaign to support Academic Innovation is the priorities for each of the Schools and Colleges.

College of Engineering

The College of Engineering made record-breaking progress this fiscal year, led by four leadership gifts totaling $19.5 million in support. The cornerstone is a $13.5 million contribution—the largest ever to the College of Engineering.

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College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Students choose the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences for its academic rigor and global perspective. During their time here students acquire high-value skills that lead to meaningful success. From endowed faculty positions to experiential learning opportunities, campaign support enables the College to deliver exciting and enriching lessons that prepare students to lead purposeful lives in a challenged and changing world.

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College of Nursing

Villanova nurses are respected for their competence, compassion and commitment to their patients and the community. Support from alumni, parents and friends helps maintain the College’s excellence and competitive advantage, while furthering its mission.

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School of Business

The Villanova School of Business (VSB) is committed to investing in the programs and initiatives that will have a positive impact on students and society. From classroom upgrades to expert faculty-led research, our priorities are clear and essential, but each one comes with an associated funding need.

We have the foundation that makes these incredible changes possible, but only with ongoing and necessary financial resources will we make them a reality.

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School of Law

Guided by its strategic plan, Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law is advancing its innovative approach to legal education and preparing law students with the business acumen and practical skills they need to thrive in today’s highly competitive market. This year, Villanova Law received record levels of support, resulting in the most successful fundraising year in the Law School’s history.

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