Health-care Heroes Closer to Home
We need to raise more than $3 million to renew facilities and equipment, transform technology and foster student success.
Through the Frontline Support campaign, we will rally new support to educate and train the nurses of tomorrow.
Critical investment is required to update the learning environment, equipment and technology to deliver the BScN program at both the Barrie and Owen Sound campuses. Here’s how your campaign gift will make a difference:
Build on the advanced facilities in the Sadlon Centre for Health, Wellness and Sciences by funding simulation and other learning equipment to provide a sector-leading educational experience.
OWEN SOUND CAMPUS
Renovate and revitalize over 10,000 square feet of campus space into a state-of-the-art Nursing and Wellness wing. New facilities and equipment will support the education of BScN students and those in other programs, promoting contemporary inter-professional learning.
SCHOLARSHIPS AND RESEARCH
Establish new scholarships, awards and bursaries to help future BScN students fulfil their dreams and study right here at home. A new research seed fund will support nursing research conducted in collaboration with health-care partners to address urgent health and wellness issues.
READY to get involved?
Your gift will create more at Georgian and prepare educated, talented, caring nurses for the future – a diverse nursing workforce, homegrown to respond to the unique needs of patients in our communities. It will also help ensure a talented workforce for our hospitals, long-term care homes and local health-care agencies.
Please consider giving to our campaign using our safe and secure e-giving site.
EXPLORE how you can get involved.
There are many ways for donors to support this exciting new program. Georgian is honoured to recognize leadership gifts with the naming of new facilities, laboratories, classrooms, scholarships and research funds.
Interested in the latest innovations underway in Georgian’s nursing program
Check out our new series, The Pulse, to learn more about the innovative work supported by Georgian’s nursing degree program, including simulation learning.