Hope to Health Hero

MCW Alumni: Our Hope

Inspiring the next generation of scientists and medical professionals

What do you hope for?

Your support can help us find the discoveries that lead to new, more effective treatments. Your partnership can help us ensure that our community has access to advanced and comprehensive healthcare. Your investment can help train a new generation of highly skilled healthcare professionals who are prepared to ensure that patients receive the best possible care.
Students Training

Becoming a physician and helping to positively impact the the lives of my future patients has been a dream of mine for as long as I can remember, and I am thankful every day that I have the opportunity to attend a such an amazing school…I truly thank you for having a part in making that more possible for students like me through your gift.

Jordanne Ford, Class of 2022,scholarship recipient

Our campaign is grounded in a powerful vision.

As alumni of the Medical College of Wisconsin, you are driven by the hope to make the world a better place for all of us, and to deliver on the promise that discovery and innovation has to secure and preserve health in our communities. We launched the Hope to Health Campaign to ensure that this journey continues—for the students of today and tomorrow, for the next game-changing idea, and for the healthy communities we’re building together.  View Campaign Priorities
John Raymond and Joseph Kerschner

Stories of Hope

Everyone’s journey starts with hope. Together, we’re inspiring the next generation of scientists and medical professionals to make the new discoveries and provide the outstanding clinical care we need now and into the future.

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Miracle's Story

From the time she was in high school, Miracle Powell has spent several summers conducting biomedical research and learning about clinical medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin.

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Brittanny's Story

When Brittany Rupp, a first-year student at the Medical College of Wisconsin-Green Bay, arrived on campus, she had no idea that within a year, she’d have a hand in a few miracles–literally.

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