Make it Real Campaign

We are committed to leading the nation in curricular innovation; building a research enterprise well recognized beyond pharmacy; creating and testing new practice models that advance the pharmacy profession and quality of patient care; and nurturing national leaders among our graduates and faculty. The Make It Real Campaign is our opportunity to achieve new heights in pharmaceutical sciences research and education.

 

Our goal

$12,000,000

  •  Student Access and Opportunity
  •  Faculty Strength and Retention
  •  Student Development
  •  Research Centers and Institutes

Medical-centered campus and satellites

3

Enrollment and Personnel

610

Total number of Pharm.D.
and graduate students

  •  Pharm.D. students = 533
  •  Graduate students = 77

Preceptors

945

Student pharmacist organizations

14

75%

of our faculty
make gifts to the school

72

Full-time faculty

35

Staff

11

Residents

5,583

Total number of living alumni

Alumni donations:

475

alumni donors

8.5%

of alumni are donors

Excellence

#17

U.S. News & World Report ranked in the nation

#14

in AACP NIH funding report

6

Endowed professorships and chairs

3

Current faculty are elected leaders of national pharmacy organizations

3

patents issued

 2

National community engagement awards

Institutional advancement

Endowment

$13.8

million

New gifts and pledges in FY 2016: $1,427,849


Number of donors: 825

Research and innovation

Research awards in FY 16

$9,850,000

Student scholarships awarded

$623,650

Faculty innovation

  • Number of invention disclosures: 14
  • Publications: 139

Student innovation

  • Entrepreneurial programs for students: 20
  • Number of scholarships distributed: 183

Human health

#1

hospital in Virginia, U.S. News & World Report

#1

for leadership in innovation in safety and quality improvement, AHA–McKesson Quest for Quality Prize

AA- S&P rating, with a
stable outlook

Aa3 Moody’s rating, with
a stable outlook

VCU Health System financial statement*
(in thousands for fiscal year ending June 30)

Total operating revenue: $2,242,157

Nonoperating revenues and expenses: $76,360

Salaries, wages and benefits: $885,579

Supplies, purchased services and other expenses: $488,875

Depreciation and amortization: $67,097

Medical claims expense: $629,404

*Includes VCU Health System components: MCV Hospitals, MCV Physicians, Virginia Premier Health Plan, Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU, University Health Services (UHS) and UHS Professional Education Programs