May 21, 2020 Update: We are proud to share that Susan and Richard Marcus, Dell Medical School Founders Circle Members, have stepped forward with a generous lead gift to this campaign. Your gift to support this scholarship will increase the level of support each Class of 2020 scholar receives.
DELL MED CLASS OF 2020 – WHO ARE WE?
We are Dell Medical School’s first graduating class — ever.
Fifty of us took a chance in 2016 and enrolled in a new medical school with an exciting mission: to revolutionize how people get and stay healthy. As a group, we are diverse, passionate and eager to learn. We have degrees from 25 different colleges and universities across the nation, as well as a variety of work experiences as former teachers, tech consultants, emergency first responders and more. To learn more about us, check out this infographic.
Over the last four years, we’ve learned and grown together. From poring over case studies and volunteering in community clinics, to collaborating with students in programs across campus, we’ve developed skills and relationships that will stay with us through our careers. Now, we’re preparing to graduate and put all we’ve learned to use in our residencies. We’ve made our mark as Dell Med’s first graduating class. And with your help, we’ll continue our legacy through the Dell Medical School Class of 2020 Endowed Scholarship.
WHAT IS AN ENDOWMENT?
An endowed scholarship creates a lasting impact. Your gift will be invested, guaranteeing that a student is awarded the Class of 2020 Scholarship every year — forever.
Through this endowment, there will always be a Class of 2020 scholar to keep us engaged and connected with Dell Med.
WHY SUPPORT SCHOLARSHIPS AT DELL MED?
Scholarships support one of Dell Medical School’s biggest assets: our fellow students. Your gift to scholarships will:
- Bring the best and brightest students to our school
- Make med school possible for more students
- Encourage students to pursue their passion with less focus on repaying student debt
- Inspire students to strengthen our community by volunteering or conducting research
- Train doctors who will transform health in our community and beyond