The college’s new strategic plan and vision, Mary Baldwin 2020, will create more connections between the five major components of Mary Baldwin College — the Residential College for Women, the Adult Degree Program, the Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences, the Shakespeare and Performance program, and the College of Education.
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The Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences is about the future of Mary Baldwin, its students, and the community. In June 2014, MBC opened the doors to a state-of-the-art facility on a beautiful hilltop campus. Initial programs are slated to include doctor of physical therapy, doctor of occupational therapy, master of science physician assistant studies, and a bachelor of nursing degree completion offering.
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The original undergraduate research taking place in Pearce Science Center has always been innovative and dynamic. Renovations have started to elevate the condition of the 40-year-old building to match the distinction of its scholars.
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As one of the most critical sources of funding for day-to-day operations at the college, unrestricted gifts support the Baldwin Fund, our ongoing fundraising effort. The impact of undesignated giving is present in everything from the educational resources for our students to much-needed building maintenance and improvements.
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Murphy Deming College of
Health Sciences

MDCHSThe Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences (MDCHS), named in honor of lead donor Bertie Murphy Deming Smith ’46, opened in June 2014 and welcomed the first classes for the doctor of physical therapy and doctor of occupational therapy programs. A master of science in the physician assistant program will launch in 2015, along with a bachelor of science in nursing degree completion offering for registered nurses. The new state-of-the-art, 55,000-square-foot facility is located on a hilltop campus in Fishersville, VA, and boasts innovative cross-disciplinary curricula to better prepare students as compassionate and skilled health care practitioners. To support MDCHS, please contact Sherri Mylott at 540-887-7386 or smylott@mbc.edu.

Pearce Science Center

PearceThe Jesse Cleveland Pearce Science Center has served students for more than 40 years and is home to their collaborative research with faculty in a variety of cutting-edge fields. Recognizing that the building was in need of updates, the college prepared a phased renovation plan and completed the first phase in December 2011. Plans are ready for the next phase of the renovation, which will ensure students benefit from modern laboratories and equipment.To support the Pearce renovation project, contact Sherri Mylott at 540-887-7386 or smylott@mbc.edu.

Baldwin Fund

The Baldwin FundBaldwnFund2 — annual unrestricted revenue — supports all areas of the college, from funding student scholarships and financial aid to providing important academic resources and technology. These gifts help to bring the best and brightest students to MBC as well as enrich their experiences here. The Baldwin Fund also serves to maintain the historic campus and furnish a safe and comfortable environment for our students, faculty, and staff.  Please make your gift online today, or contact Marcell Mallette at 540-887-7388 or mmallette@mbc.edu.

Mary Baldwin 2020

MBC2020The college’s new strategic plan and vision will create more connections between the five major components of Mary Baldwin College — the Residential College for Women, the Adult Degree Program, the Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences, the Shakespeare and Performance program, and the College of Education. With a goal of building enrollment to 2,250-2,500, key projects include creating a centralized location for the College of Education, renovating an easily accessible space to serve as the college-to-career center, converting two clusters of student houses into residential villages, and generating support to advance all priorities of the strategic plan. To support Mary Baldwin 2020, please contact Sherri Mylott at 540-887-7386 or smylott@mbc.edu.

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