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CHPThe need for private support of students, faculty, and programming is greater than ever as we look to further the mission and goals of the College of Health Professions.Your support will make a difference and will help us to ensure that tomorrow's leaders in healthcare are receiving the very best education today at Texas State University. Join us today to invest in our future. 

The College of Health Professions is dedicated to preparing tomorrow’s leaders in the dynamic world of healthcare. The College aggressively seeks to attract the very best students, the very best faculty and also to be able to participate in state-of-the-art research and program activities. In order to achieve this goal, private support is essential. We highly value the commitment and investment that our current donors have made to assist us in this pursuit, and we look forward to the opportunity to build partnerships with others who share our vision for tomorrow.

Your support can help us accomplish many goals within the College whether it be to establish a scholarship fund to assist students with the ever growing financial concerns of attending college or whether it be to support an outstanding faculty position or provide support for a college program or research project.

You can make a difference today by investing in our future. Click here to make a gift to the College or to learn more about the types of gifts that you might like to consider, or contact the University Advancement office at:

Texas State University
University Advancement, JCK 960
601 University Drive
San Marcos, TX 78666
Phone: 512.245.2396
vpua@txstate.edu

 Abbott Laboratories Donates to Clinical Laboratory Science

Mr. FalleurAbbott Laboratories has awarded Mr. Dave Falleur and the Program of Clinical Laboratory Science (CLS) a hematology analyzer as part of the Labs Are Vital Equipment Donation Program. The instrument, a Cell-Dyn 3200 hematology analyzer, will be used in teaching hematology and clinical microscopy in the CLS Program. Texas State was one of six Clinical Laboratory Programs in the nation to receive one of these equipment grants. Abbott will provide training, reagents, supplies, and any repairs at no charge to the University. The instrument donation grant program is part of the Labs Are Vital initiative of Abbott Laboratories. This awareness initiative is designed to highlight the critical role that laboratory professionals play in healthcare and to address the issues facing laboratories today.