Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College has a rich tradition of giving and it is crucial that our alumni continue to nurture this tradition. Alvin Goldfarb was motivated to support the College because "supporting higher education....improves our entire community and profoundly impacts the people that benefit from scholarships and programs...Nurses today need the most advanced level of education to work in top facilities like Barnes-Jewish Hospital."
The unprecedented growth in enrollment in all programs at the College ultimately means that the scholarship dollars currently available are being dispersed to more and more students in need each year. Your gift to scholarships and fellowships ensures that Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College will continue its legacy of cultivating dedicated, compassionate nurses who are prepared to give the best possible care to patients and their families.
Thanks for caring enough to make a difference!
Give a gift to scholarships and fellowships now, and continue our rich tradition of giving.
Read why alumna Eloise DeLap donated every year to scholarships for Goldfarb School of Nursing students through the Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital.
Pictured above: Darryl, a 2009-2010 scholarship recipient and 2010 graduate, is featured working in a Goldfarb School of Nursing simulation lab. One credit hour costs more than $500, or $35,000 for the Upper Division BSN option. Thanks to your support, $345,000 was given in scholarship support to deserving students last school year.