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Capstone College of Nursing

We invite you to take part in developing the next generation of healthcare heroes at The University of Alabama Capstone College of Nursing. We envision increasing support for nursing students through scholarships and fellowships ;growing opportunities for experiential learning; aiding in faculty recruitment, retention and research; and enriching our state-of-the-art immersive training facilities.

Read our Case Statement

$12,000,000 Campaign Goal

$7,588,258 Total Raised

63% Progress

870Donors

Funding Highlights

  • A Legacy of Philanthropy

    Jack and Angie Giambalvo build a legacy by overcoming obstacles, finding success and developing philanthropy in their community.

  • A Pathway to Giving

    Donors’ passions align with College’s commitment to promoting a healthy work-life balance for our students, faculty and staff.

Letter From The Dean

Help us develop tomorrow’s healthcare heroes!

Early in my nursing career,I encountered many families concerned to leave their loved ones alone in the hospital. The recent COVID-19 pandemic magnified this concern for many more.

At the Capstone College of Nursing, we accept the best and brightest students, transforming them into the region’s most competent and compassionate nurses so patients and their families have full confidence in their nursing care.

CCN is the training ground for the healthcare heroes of tomorrow. Our students will graduate to not only succeed in their careers, but to serve on the front lines and save lives.

Your support of CCN during the Capital Campaign will have a direct impact on the future of healthcare. Your investment, particularly in the following areas, is critical as we continue to develop the next generation of healthcare heroes.

Thank you for your support, and Roll Tide!

Suzanne Prevost
Angelyn Adams Giambalvo Dean and Professor

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