For over five decades, Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science (CDU) has educated health care professionals in the Watts-Willowbrook community and excelled as a premier medical research facility. Our institution has a unique focus on developing health care professionals who will lead the way in transforming lives in underserved communities across the globe.
Since its inception in 1966, the University has graduated more than 575 physicians, 1,200 physician assistants and over a thousand other health professionals, as well as training over 2,700 physician specialists through its sponsored residency programs. Its School of Nursing has graduated over 1000 nursing professionals, including over 600 family nurse practitioners.
Gifts made to CDU ensures that we can remain steadfast in our Mission and commitment to cultivating diverse health professional leaders who are dedicated to social justice and health equity for underserved populations through outstanding education, research, clinical service, and community engagement.
We truly thank you for your support.
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CDU General Fund
Annual Mission Maker Campaign
The Albert Jerome Saunders, Sr. College of Science and Health Alumni Scholarship
Dr. M. Alfred Haynes Endowed Scholarship Fund
Dr. Henry Williams Endowed Scholarship Fund
College of Medicine Student Scholarships (Dr. Ezra Davidson)
The Congressman Edward R. Roybal Endowed Scholarship Fund
The Mrs. Lillian Harkless Mobley Presidential Endowed Scholarship Fund
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
College of Medicine General Fund
College of Medicine's 1000 for 1000 Campaign
Mervyn M. Dymally School of Nursing-Sallie Tucker Allen Cultural Diversity Endowed Chair
Project STRIDE (Students Training in Research Involving Disparity Elimination)
Opportunity Scholars Program
The President Scholars Program