Endowed Scholarships, Fellowships and Professorships

For those interested in investing in the future of dentistry, we invite you to consider a gift of an endowed scholarship or professorship.  Endowed scholarships allow the School of Dentistry to invest in bright students who might otherwise be unable to afford a Marquette dental education.  Scholarships also offer our graduates the potential to accumulate less debt. Endowed scholarships to the dental school begin at $50,000; you can add to your scholarship over time or augment it through your estate plans.

An endowed fellowship provides tuition support for students pursuing one of our many post-doctoral dental programs.  Fellowships enable us to recruit the most promising students in these fields.  Like scholarships, the minimum commitment to create an endowed fellowship fund is $50,000 and can be paid over time.  The fellowship can be named to honor a loved one and can be restricted to any one of our master’s programs.

A gift of an endowed professorship is a special gift for those wanting to invest in the future of dental education.  With an investment of $1 million or more, an endowed professorship allows us to recruit the most respected educators in the field, knowing the salary and other related expenses are off-set by the gift itself.  This, in turn, means our students receive the best possible dental education.
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Endowed Scholarships and Fellowships

  • Can be created for a minimum investment of $50,000.
  • Can be named in honor of the donor or of an honoree of the donor’s choosing.
  • Endowed fellowships can be restricted to a student in one of our post-doctoral programs.
  • Gifts can be made over time and can be established or augmented through a gift from the donor’s estate. 

Endowed Professorships

  • Can be established for a minimum investment of $1 million. 
  • Can be named in honor of the donor or of an honoree of the donor’s choosing.
  • Gifts can be made over time and can be established or augmented through a gift from the donor’s estate.