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General information:

ATSU annual
giving clubs:

  • Centennial Circle
    $10,000
  • Curator's Circle
    $5,000
  • Trustee's Circle
    $2,500
  • President's Circle
    $1,500
  • Dean's Circle
    $1,000
  • Ambassador
    $500
  • Advocate
    $100
  • Friend
    $99/less

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Why Give

Investing in Healthcare Today & Tomorrow

At ATSU, we are committed to training highly skilled, compassionate healthcare providers to treat those who are suffering with the highest level of care. Your gift to ATSU is an investment in healthcare today & tomorrow. 

ATSU is a private, not for profit educational institution supported by individual gifts, fees, and tuition. Private support from ATSU alumni, friends, corporations and foundations is essential to ATSU’s success.  Tuition only supplies a percentage of the University’s income, a fact that underscores the importance of private gifts.

Your gift can:

  • improve students’ access to quality education
  • recruit and retain motivated and dedicated students
  • recruit and retain accomplished and recognized faculty
  • establish and advance comprehensive health education programs
  • promote and conduct research in all disciplines of healthcare
  • construct  state-of-the-art facilities for education & support of students
  • establish endowments in support of students, programs, and University operations
  • provide financial awards to exemplary students 

Specific Initiatives

Unrestricted Gifts

Contributions not designated by our donors for a specific college of ATSU, program, or department are known as unrestricted funds. This gift category is of significant importance in that it provides the flexibility to direct funding to current and priority needs, and, to take advantage of opportunities as they arise, providing support for a variety of needs across our University.

Thompson Campus Center Renovations

TCC renovations The Thompson Campus Center (TCC) opened on the Missouri Campus of ATSU in 1982 as the most modern fitness facility of its era. Over its 32 year span, the traditional basketball court, free weights, fitness equipment, whirlpool & sauna, and racquetball courts, have been supplemented with specialized cardio equipment, climbing wall, and other minimal cosmetic changes.  READ MORE (EXPANSION UNDERWAY)...

museum of osteopathic medicine and A.T.still research institute

museum logoEach year the Museum of Osteopathic MedicineSM  has more than 28,000 visitors from all over the world.   Whether it’s a website visitor reviewing the collections database, an international researcher or thesis writer obtaining information about osteopathic history by accessing Dr. Still’s papers, or school children learning about health sciences and disease prevention, the Museum of Osteopathic MedicineSM and its International Center for Osteopathic History are certainly kept busy! READ MORE...

Endowments

Imperative to the growth of A.T. Still University and its Colleges, endowed funds provide for the advancement and growth of our operations and educational programs in perpetuity.  Endowments designated for the advancement of research, development of academic programs, faculty support, facilities, student recruitment/support and general operations, are the University’s highest priority needs. READ MORE...

Faculty & Staff Campaign

Every gift to ATSU is an opportunity to invest in the University and to underscore the significance of the important work we do.  It shows a commitment to the mission, vision and values of the University and a strong belief in our future.  Your support is also vital when approaching others for gifts or grants, because many require that we share what percentage of ATSU employees are committed to the mission through their gifts. READ MORE...

Annual Fund Campaign

Whether you’re an alumnus of ASDOH, ASHS, KCOM, MOSDOH, SHM, or SOMA…….it’s your ATSU!!  Giving back to ATSU is an opportunity to invest in your alma mater, your profession, your mentors, and your colleagues.  Your gift to the annual fund underscores the significance of the work you do as a healthcare professional.  READ MORE...

THE CENTER

The Center offers multiple dental specialty services for patients with advanced oral healthcare needs.

The Dr. Rick Workman Advanced Care Clinic and Orthodontic Clinic comprise The Center for Advanced Oral Health. By bringing these two clinics together, The Center provides access and comprehensive services for patients. All services at The Center are offered at one, convenient location in Mesa, Ariz. READ MORE...

Women for atsu

Women for ATSU m embers include individuals in our community, business partners, University employees and alumni. Annual dues are pooled in a fund that members direct toward scholarships, programs, and healthcare education projects at the University.

Membership dues are a minimum of $500 annually with a special ATSU alumni rate of $250 for those who graduated within the past two years. READ MORE...

Donor Bill of Rights

A.T. Still University subscribes to the following Donor Bill of Rights endorsed by the American Association of Fundraising Counsel (AAFRC), the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP), the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), and the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP). READ MORE...