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GO: The Campaign for Lehigh

GO: The Campaign for Lehigh is a historic, comprehensive undertaking that encompasses hundreds of initiatives to support our five colleges, athletics, international programs and more. This vitally important fundraising and engagement effort will strengthen our ability to ensure talented students have access to the Lehigh experience and a vibrant environment; prepare students with powerful experiential learning opportunities necessary for success; and fuel a community of researchers and thought leaders who drive progress.

GO will provide critical resources for the launch of the new College of Health. Your support will ensure that Lehigh faculty and graduates will play an important role in the rapidly growing field of population health, and help shape and reshape the worlds of health and health care for years to come.

Opportunities for Support

Strategic Initiatives Fund

Immediate, flexible funding is needed to fuel the development of the College and take advantage of rapidly emerging opportunities.

Endowed Deanship

Endowing the position of Dean provides permanent resources for the leader of the College to continually build and advance the mission of the College. 

Endowed Professorships

Endowed professorships are critical for recruiting and retaining the finest faculty in a competitive hiring environment. These prestigious professorships not only provide valuable resources for research and teaching but also demonstrate a donor’s commitment to the work of distinguished faculty. Professorships are being sought in Health Innovation and Technology, Epidemiology, Community Health, Global Health, Social and Behavioral Health, Health Policy and Management, and Environmental Health.

Endowed Research Funds

Endowed funds are needed to support research in areas of strategic strength as well as for labs, including the Artificial Intelligence Lab, Virtual Reality Lab and Data Visualization Lab.

Health | Science | Technology Building

Ground has broken on construction for the Health | Science | Technology (HST) building, which will serve as the home of the College of Health. Support for this capital project can be recognized through a number of naming opportunities.

For more information on ways to support the College of Health, contact Matthew Mattern, director of development, at (610) 758-5017 or, or visit