WVU's ‘State of Minds’ Campaign nears $920 million
West Virginia University is well on its way to meeting its $1 billion goal in A State of Minds: The Campaign for West Virginia's University.
The WVU Foundation reports new gifts and pledges totaled $917.2 million through Sept. 30, 2015, or nearly 92 percent of the goal with more than two years left in the Campaign. That represents an increase of $19 million during the past quarter.
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In June 2012, the College of Media joined WVU and the WVU Foundation in the public launch of the new comprehensive campaign, “A State of Minds: The Campaign for West Virginia’s University.”
Our objective during this campaign is to raise funds around our strategic goals including providing students with a relevant 21st century education; producing research and discoveries that advance the industry and empower rural communities; building technology-enhanced learning labs that foster teamwork and innovation; and creating real-world, hands-on opportunities for our students.
Beyond funding individual priorities, the campaign offers the College a unique opportunity to engage College of Media alumni and friends in our goal to become a national leader in journalism education and media innovation.
Our Funding Priorities
Named Professorships and Faculty Support
Student Scholarships and Enhancement
Visiting Professional Program
Multimedia Innovation Lab
Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) Doctoral Program
Making a Gift
We encourage you to make a contribution within the area you feel most passionate. If you have questions about the giving process, please contact us at any time.
Gifts by Cash/Check
Please make checks payable to:
WVU Foundation, Inc.
Attn: Tiffany Samuels
WVU Reed College of Media
1511 University Avenue
PO Box 6010
Morgantown, WV 26506
Gifts also may be made through our online giving form. We accept American Express, MasterCard, VISA, Discover and Diners Club International.
Maximizing Your Gift
You or your spouse may work for a company that matches employees’ gifts to higher education. These programs are a great way to multiply your support by doubling, or in some cases tripling, employees’ gifts. Please contact your employer for details.
Year-end gifts must have a USPS postmark of December 31 or earlier to receive tax credit. A USPS postmark of December 31 or earlier is valid regardless of when we receive the check.
Your tax advisor is the best resource for addressing questions regarding the deductibility of your contribution.