Westminster is prioritizing the many ways we can support our students during the coronavirus crisis. There are 3 ways you can directly support our efforts in this time of need for our students and campus community: the Coronavirus Relief Fund, the Student Support Fund, and the School of Nursing and Health Sciences Fund.
You can donate to these critical resources below or direct your gift elsewhere.
The Coronavirus Relief Fund will direct your contribution to the campus community’s greatest needs.
Gifts to this fund are directed by our financial aid office to immediately address our students’ financial concerns related to hardship circumstances. With many financial disruptions caused by the coronavirus, donations to this fund are imperative.
The School of Nursing and Health Sciences Fund directly supports the next generation of skilled caregivers by providing the equipment, supplies, and staffing that academic programs need.
Gifts to the Coronavirus Relief Fund provide Westminster the flexibility to respond immediately to the campus community’s greatest needs, including the infrastructure to keep classes going online (remotely), health and wellness concerns, and financial gaps for students caused by economic shutdowns.
Gifts to the Student Support Fund go directly to immediately addressing the pressing needs of students so that they can continue learning. With so many financial disruptions caused by the coronavirus, donations to this fund are urgent.
As the coronavirus crisis unfolds, we turn to nurses and healthcare professionals to protect us all. Teaching these disciplines is costly, requiring new equipment, supplies, and staffing that is unique to the programs. Gifts to the School of Nursing and Health Sciences Fund aid Westminster in preparing the next generation of skilled caregivers who are there during times like these, but also every day after, meeting our greatest needs. Whether they are aiding the elderly, keeping kids healthy, or working in the ER, Westminster healthcare and public health professionals are a critical frontline workforce saving lives along the Wasatch Front and around the world.
donors have given in support of students.
Classes are remote for Spring Semester and May Term, through June 5. Campus visits and events are canceled until further notice. Hanging out on campus is discouraged. Campus services are limited. Please practice social distancing on and off campus.