Your support makes a difference
Our college's impact relies on a cycle that begins with the education of our students, continues during the careers of our alumni as they deliver excellent patient care and advance their professions through leadership, and comes full circle as – when they are able – they give back through mentorship and philanthropy. No matter what stage you're at, we encourage you to stay connected to the Wayne State University Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.
Share your time and talent
Alumni can give back to the college and help prepare the next generation of professionals by volunteering in a number of ways:
- Become a preceptor or clinical instructor
- Attend or host alumni events
- Share your experience and expertise with students as a mentor
- Participate in career development activities such as mock interviews, speed networking and panel discussions
Share your treasure
WSU Applebaum is committed to training leaders who shape their profession and advance the health and well-being of society – and this takes a village. You can support our mission by making a gift to support the college's students, programs or faculty. Designate your gift to our annual fund and we will use it for our top priorities, or support a specific program or scholarship. Options are available for one-time, recurring and planned gifts.
Graduates of the Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences are part of strong, vibrant network of health professionals around the world who help advance the health and well-being of society. The WSU Applebaum Development and Alumni Affairs staff can help you stay connected to the college, university and fellow alumni. Help us keep in touch with you by making sure we have your current contact information.
If you've changed employers or have a new mailing address, phone number or email address, please fill out this form. You can also share your accomplishments with the Wayne State community by submitting a class note through the WSU Alumni Association.
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