Your Gift Matters
TTUHSC El Paso was built on philanthropy. Because of the shared values of community visionaries, our health sciences center has made the Paso del Norte region a hub for education, research and patient care in West Texas. Without community support, our campus would not be what it is today: a free-standing university under the TTU System and home to the Paul L. Foster School of Medicine, Gayle Greve Hunt School of Nursing and Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, where nearly 1,000 students have earned their degrees.
With every physician and nurse we graduate and with every new research in the field, we’re transforming the future of health care in El Paso and beyond. Your investment, of any amount, makes a difference for many future health care professionals who will serve the Paso del Norte region.
Paul L. Foster School of Medicine
- Grow provider specialties, so that El Pasoans can stay at home to receive care.
- Start to build research and expertise around these specialties.
Matching funds available 1:1 match:
Endowed chairs $750,000 each
- Emergency Medicine
- Internal Medicine
Endowed Professorships $500,000 each
- Internal Medicine
Gayle Greve Hunt School of Nursing
- Addressing the critical nursing shortage through scholarships
- 90% of graduates practice in Borderplex region
- Only two dedicated scholarship endowments for over 200 students
- Over 90% of students have qualified financial need
- Many have exhausted their financial aid
- Goal to provide at least $2,000 annually to each student
Woody L. Hunt School of Dental Medicine
- Scholarships to recruit students from the region
- 60 simulation learning stations at $10,000 each
- Start-up funds for equipping the community dental clinic
Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
- Our population is our greatest strength
- Future Ph.D. program
- Building research centers of expertise in four areas
- Infectious Diseases
- Raising private matching funds for competitive federal grants