An anonymous alumni donor has provided a transformational $15 million lead gift to establish the Calvin University School of Health. This gift is the second-largest single donation in the institution’s history.
“Everywhere we see growing demand for quality health sciences education,” said Michael Le Roy, president of Calvin University. “We are deeply grateful for the vision that prompted this outstanding gift. Not only will it allow us to significantly expand our programs, but it will also create additional pathways for students who feel called to serve in one of the health professions.”
Noah Toly, provost of Calvin University, says it is rare for a Christian university of Calvin’s size to have both a school of health and supporting state-of-the-art facilities.