Colleges and Schools

Your support of individual colleges within the University of Cincinnati helps support scholarships, research and special programs throughout UC. Select a college below to learn more about that school's vision and read about funds that have been identified as priorities.

College of Allied Health Sciences

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 Carl H. Lindner College of Business

UC Clermont College

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College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning

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College of Engineering and Applied Science

College of Law

College of Medicine

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James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy

UC Blue Ash College

The Graduate College


James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy


The University of Cincinnati’s James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy has a rich pharmacy heritage having been established in 1850. The college strives to continue offering a great education in pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences resulting in a positive impact on health care.

What sets us apart?

  • Strong curriculum
  • Strong relationship with pharmacy partners in Tri-State area
  • Successful graduates
  • Students and student organizations involved in giving back to communities

Our Vision

To be widely recognized as a premier college of pharmacy for the excellence of its academic, research, practice programs and scholarly activity, led by our expert faculty and dean. Our outstanding students, educated in an interprofessional environment, will become leaders in the practice of pharmacy and pharmaceutical research.

Funding Opportunities

Student Scholarship

Daniel Acosta, Jr. Endowment for Diverse Students in Pharmacy
Provides scholarships assistance to diverse student(s) enrolled in the College seeking a PharmD degree. (Need based)

Wilfred S. Pahner Endowed Scholarship Fund
Provides Scholarships to sutdents who demonstrate financial need and show good promise to succeed academically and professionally.

Harold Waller Diversity Endowed Scholarship Fund
Provides scholarship assistance to diverse student(s) enrolled in the PharmD program of the College, with a secondary preference given to student(s) applying to the program. (Merit based)

Christy Griffith Mulberry Scholarship Fund
Funds scholarships awarded to members of the Rho Chi Society, the academic honor society in pharmacy. 

William Cacini Student Scholarship Fund
Provides scholarship support to a student(s) enrolled in the College.

Wolfgang A. Ritschel Fellowship in Pharmacokinetics
Supports a Ph.D. student in clinical pharmacokinetics at the College of Pharmacy who is working on a pharmacokinetic project with human subjects (healthy volunteers or patients) as part of his/her dissertation.

Plough Pharmacy Student Scholarship Fund
Provides scholarship support to full-time undergraduate pharmacy students.



Dean Joseph F. Kowalewski Pharmacy Practice Fund
Income supports the involvement of active practitioners in the teaching program, attracts outstanding full-time faculty and purchase of equipment and materials needed to demonstrate current and innovative concepts in pharmacy practice.

Wuest Pharmacy Practice Fund
Supports the practice laboratory and the experiential teaching programs at the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy.

Dr. Robert E. Lee Endowment Fund
Supports student attendance at state and national meetings, including travel expenses.

Dr. Marianne F. Ivey Endowed Fund for Pharmacy Leadership
Established April 2016 by Marianne F. Ivey, Pharm.D., MPH. Provides Scholarship assistance to qualified student(s) enrolled in the Graduate Certificate in Pharmacy Leadership Program at the College.

Kappa Psi Leadership Development Fund
Provides financial support to members of the Beta Psi chapter of Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity. Preference given to members with verified financial need.

Dr. J. Leon and Beverly Lichtin Cosmetic Sciences Endowment Fund
Income supports the Cosmetic Science Program.

Cosmetic Science Program
To be used in support of the Cosmetic Science Program.

Ritschel Artwork Maintenance Fund
Income supports the maintenance of the Ritschel paintings and sculpture donated to the University during the year 2001.

College of Pharmacy Faculty/Staff Annual Fund
To be used to enhance the educational experience at the College of Pharmacy for students and faculty.


College-Wide Initiatives

The Charitable Pharmacy Residency Program Fund

Dean of Pharmacy Discretionary Fund
Provides funding to be used at the discretion of the Dean of the College of Pharmacy.

Pharmacy White Coat Fund
Donors sponsored purchase of white coats for incoming Pharmacy students.

The James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy Annual Fund
Provides funding to be used at the discretion of the Dean of the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy.

Pharmacy Building and Equipment Maintenance and Purchase Fund
Funds shall be used for the purchase, repairs and maintenance/upkeep of spaces and equipment in Kowalewski Hall, the College's Medical Sciences Building (MSB) offices and labs and any future locations the college may occupy.

Pharmacy Golf Outing
Proceeds from the college’s annual golf outing provide support to student programs.

James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy Fund
Used to support various teaching and research efforts within the College. This could include but not limited to endowed chairs, fellowships, scholarship/loans to support students; research initiatives and faculty development.


Kowalewski Hall Rooms Available for Naming 

Level One

Donation Amount

Active Learning Studio (Large Auditorium)

 $              1,000,000

Lobby and Pre-function Spaces

 $                  500,000

Team-based Learning Classroom

 $                  750,000

Dean’s Suite

 $                  350,000

Glass-walled Pre-function Space 

 $                  150,000

Associate Dean’s Suites 

 $                  300,000

Associate Dean’s Suites 

 $                  300,000

Dean’s Conference Room

 $                  125,000

Level Two


Basic Sciences Teaching Lab

 $                  500,000

Cosmetic Lab

 $                  150,000

Faculty Lounge

 $                  100,000

Resident Student Suite

 $                  125,000

Level Three


Large Classroom

 $                  650,000

Medium Classroom

 $                  325,000

Student Lounge

 $                  400,000

Glass-walled Large Classroom Pre-function Space 

 $                  250,000

Conference Room

 $                  125,000



Katie Arce
Assistant Director of Development

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