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The mission of the Office of Institutional Advancement is to advance University of the Sciences—to move it forward through communications and marketing, to build and cultivate relationships with alumni, students and friends, and to raise funds in support of the institution's people and programs.

Our Journey...

Regardless of when you embarked upon this expedition, your journey for the pursuit of higher education did not end with the conferment of your diploma.  Rather, this adventure only commenced with graduation. Throughout your career, it is your education that has helped you to thrive.  Your leadership acumen and practical skills were forged here and have allowed you to construct the healthcare practices and science of the future.  Whether your diploma reads “Philadelphia College of Pharmacy” or “University of the Sciences,” you, along with 14,000 others, comprise the living, breathing endowment known as “alumni.”

Travel with us on this journey, as together we continue to propel this institution forward:

  • encourage a high school student to enroll
  • mentor a current USciences student
  • reconnect with your classmates
  • partner with one of our programs to create internships or an experiential site
  • make a philanthropic commitment to the school, program or department that you choose
  • forge a greater bond between this University and the University City District and surrounding community

While the journey of this institution has been on track for nearly two hundred years, we look forward to the next century and the achievement of our vision to become the premier university that educates the next generation of leaders and innovators in science and healthcare.

Remember.  Connect.  Support.


Rob M. Rudd
Vice President, Institutional Advancement


University of the Sciences
600 South 43rd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-4495