Salve Recent Graduate Highlight


Healthcare Administration and Spanish

“I chose to study both healthcare administration and Spanish because I believe I can use them together to connect with others despite differences in beliefs and experiences. I am a huge advocate for cultural competency and building stronger bonds with people through community involvement. This is what mercy is all about. Showing compassion and understanding for others regardless of their background is what brings us closer in communities like we have at Salve.”  Christopher Nova '17

Christopher Nova is well poised to make a difference in the world by combining his double degrees in Healthcare Administration and Spanish. Like many of our Salve graduates, he has embraced the University Mission and plans to make it a part of his life.

Just as our campus grows and changes around us, a Salve education shapes students into young professionals compelled to build a world that is harmonious, just and merciful. This transformation is made possible through generous alumni, parents and friends who support the University. Gifts made to The SALVEfund impact every aspect of campus and academic life and empowers students and young graduates like Christopher to pursue careers that make a difference.

It’s time for you to make a difference. Alumni, parents and friends are encouraged to join in the final days of Salve Regina’s fundraising year by Friday, June 30th. All gifts will count, including those to Scholarships, Athletics or The SALVEfund.

Gifts to The SALVEfund help meet the immediate needs of the University and make a difference in the lives of our students. Your support impacts the success of our winning athletics teams, the promotion of the arts, and the growth of our student scholarship funds.

Make your annual gift today by Friday, June 30. It’s Time to Make a Difference!