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Alumni Affairs

Give to Baylor College of Medicine

The College invites alumni to partner with us in achieving extraordinary improvements in human health. Every contribution – large or small – helps us achieve our goals.

Giving is easy and can be done online or by phone, fax or mail. View methods of giving.

Endowed Scholarships

At Baylor, there is a proud tradition of alumni providing scholarships to current students. These scholarships may be established by an individual alumnus or alumna, or by a class.

The minimum scholarship amount is $150,000, creating a permanent fund that every year supports a student.

Alumni Supported Programs

Baylor College of Medicine's White Coat Ceremony for first year medical students was held Aug. 9, 2013.

In addition to providing funds for scholarships, alumni can help today's students in a number of ways.

The BCM Fund supports educational initiatives throughout the College.

The White Coat Fund gives white coats and lab coats to medical, graduate and allied health students as they begin their training.

Planned Gifts

Alumni are encouraged to become members of the Jaworski Society by making us aware of estate plans, deferred gifts or bequests that will benefit the College's future growth and success.

Reunion Giving

Join your classmates in giving to your class fund in time for your reunion or help establish an endowed scholarship for your class.

Alumni Naming Opportunities

Naming opportunities are available for alumni who help sponsor alumni events such as regional alumni receptions and mixers, reunion activities and professional association meeting receptions.

The names of alumni donors appear on the Alumni Honor Wall on the main campus, next to the Michael E. DeBakey Library and Museum. 

Alumni Appreciation

The Baylor College of Medicine Alumni Association recognizes distinguished alumni for their significant contributions to the Medical School, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and School of Allied Health Sciences, as well as the medical community at large through alumni awards.