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SHAW UNIVERSIT Y 1865


TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S

Board of Trustees 4 The 1865 Alliance 4 The President’s Society 4 Dean’s Circle 4 Henry Martin Tupper Society 5 Elijah Shaw Society 5 Garnet & White Club 5 Bear Club 8 Crystal Bear Society 14 Century Club 15 Financials 20 WRITERS & CONTRIBUTORS Managing Editor: Sonja Bennett-Bellamy, Associate VP for Institutional Advancement

Writers: Clarenda Stanley-Anderson, VP for Institutional Advancement, Odessa Hines, Director of Public Relations Designer: Reneé Saddler, Digital Media Manager Contributors: Office of Finance and Administration Photographers: Odessa Hines, Terrence Jones, Steven Worthy

If you provided a donation during the 2014-2015 academic year and your name is not listed, please accept our regrets for the omission.

BOARD OF TRUSTEES Category I Randolph Bazemore Joseph N. Bell Jr., Chair Thomas F. Darden George C. Debnam Carolyn Ennis Willie E. Gary Dallas Joseph Wilson Lacy H. Donell Lewis, Secretary John H. Lucas Ol’Bunmi Peters Maria Spaulding James Thornton David Walker Ida S. Wiggins Lorenzo Williams, Vice Chair Sean Woodroffe Category II Nilous Avery, II Haywood Gray Linda Inman Bobby Sanders Mack Sowell Majigg Jones

Category III EMERITI Stanley Alexander Thomas J. Boyd Geneva B. Chavis Melvin Clark Chancy R. Edwards W. B. Lewis

EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP Tashni-Ann Dubroy, Ph.D. President Patrena Benton, Ph.D. Vice President for Academic Affairs Ron Dowdy, Ed.D. Vice President for Finance and Administration Clarenda Stanley-Anderson, M.Ed., CFRE Vice President for Institutional Advancement Stan Elliott, Ph.D. Vice President for Student Affairs Anthony Brooks, MBA Chief Enrollment Management Officer Hooshang Foroudastan, MSCS Chief Information Officer


Thanks to you. From our founding on December 1, 1865, Shaw University has a rich legacy of committed supporters who continuously exhibit excellence in giving. We can never say thank you enough for your generosity of resources, time, and spirit. What Shaw University accomplishes each year with these gifts is immense, and we are thankful in equal measure for the generosity of Shaw University’s alumni, donors and business partners. Making a gift of any amount every year is one of the most important ways we can help Shaw. We would not survive without donors like you, so we thank you for your continued support in making a difference by providing opportunities for generations of students who are being transformed into global leaders. Shaw University is achieving great things, and it’s because of you.

In Appreciation The 2014-2015 Donor Report recognizes the work of Dr. Gaddis Faulcon, and his tireless service and commitment to Shaw University. Because of his passionate efforts, Shaw University remains a most notable example of pride and excellence among institutions of higher learning.

Dr. Gaddis Faulcon, Interim President Shaw University 2014 – 2015


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Excellence in Giving

The donor recognition societies listed below celebrate alumni, parents and friends for their personal commitment to Shaw University. The individuals and organizations listed in these societies all supported the University between July 1, 2014, and June 30, 2015. Thank you to everyone who gave to Shaw University. BOARD OF TRUSTEES CLUB $100,000+

THE PRESIDENT’S SOCIETY $25,000 - $49,999

DEAN’S CIRCLE $10,000- $24,999

A.J. Fletcher Foundation Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association Lilly Endowment, Inc. UNCF Special Programs Corporation

American Baptist Home Mission Society Coca-Cola Bottling Company Consolidated Thomas F. Darden, II Charlie Fields, Jr., ‘76 Marilyn Johnson Fields, ‘76 General Baptist State Convention of N.C., Inc. National Christian Foundation Woman’s Baptist Home & Foreign Missionary Convention of NC

AARP, Inc. Thomas J. Boyd, ‘48 Capitol Broadcasting Company, Inc. Duke Energy--DE Carolinas Eaton Corporation PNC Financial Services Group Thurgood Marshall College Fund United Negro College Fund, Inc.

THE 1865 ALLIANCE $50,000 - $99,999 Thompson Hospitality Services, Inc.

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PROFILE OF EXCELLENCE Jordan Galloway, ‘16 Senior, Chemistry

Being excellent is effectively setting realistic goals and meeting them. It means having the focus and follow through to not only do what is expected, but also to realize personal aspirations. Shaw University is excellent because of its legacy that many Americans supported and sacrificed for. Shaw’s existence is an affirmation of its mission and commitment to creating an environment where students can succeed.”


HENRY MARTIN TUPPER SOCIETY $5,000 - $9,999 Baltimore Alumni Chapter of Shaw University BDO USA, LLP First Calvary Baptist Church First Citizens Bank & Trust Company HBCU Library Alliance James Edward Hunter, ‘59 Roderick D. Jessup Peketa H. Long Raleigh-Wake Alumni Chapter Scott Rudin Alene G. Russell, ‘59 Shaw University NAA Fayetteville Alumni Chapter Union of Union Association of North Carolina Gillis Watson, ‘56 ELIJAH SHAW SOCIETY $2,000 - $4,999 Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.Alpha Zeta Omega Chapter American Honda Motor Co., Inc. American Legacy Foundation Belton Creek Baptist Church Robert L. Burgess, ‘51 Caswell County Alumni Chapter Gibson W. Davis

Carolyn G. Ennis, ‘52 Vera Allen Evans, ‘67 Barbara L. Fields, ‘77 First Baptist Church Grand Chapter Order of The Eastern Star Helga A. Greenfield, ‘72 Orcella M. Jackson, ‘49 Rosetta N. Lattimore, ‘51 Clyde Lynn, ‘71 Martin Street Baptist Church Stephen L. McCray, 63 Metropolitan Washington DC Alumni Chapter Mount Sinai Baptist Church NC Department of Transportation NC Legislative Black Caucus Foundation New Jersey Shaw Alumni Chapter New York Alumni Chapter North Carolina Independent Colleges & Universities, Inc. Pennsylvania Higher Ed. Assistance Agency Providence Baptist Church Alleane Shell Reeves Roanoke Salem Baptist Church Salem Missionary Baptist Church

Shaw University Divinity School NAA Wave P. Simmons, ‘56 Nancy L. Simuel, ‘67 Clark Smith St. Jude Missionary Baptist Church The Debnam Clinic, PA James A. Thornton Triangle Park Chapter of Links, Inc. Otis Tucker, ‘63 Yvonne E. Tucker, ‘64 Watts Chapel Baptist Church Joyce Rolle Williams, ‘66 GARNET & WHITE CLUB $500- $1,999 Mary Dudley Aldrich, ‘53 Carol Chavis Alexander, ‘89 Lacey Speight Alford, ‘64 Lillian Goode Alston, ‘59 Andre Altice, ‘95 August Construction Solutions, Inc. Loreece Burrell Basnight, ‘54 Agnes A. Baxter, ‘83 Randolph Bazemore, ‘68 Beauty Spot Baptist Church Levi A. Beckwith Carolyn H. Bell, ‘71 Bethlehem Baptist Church

Emma L Britt Priscilla A. Brodie, ‘64 Evelyn Clay Brown, ‘63 Cynthia Williams Brown, ‘81 Linda W. Bryan, ‘90 Leona H. Bullock, ‘60 Johnnie E. Burke, ‘55 Linda Faye Byrd, ‘74 Calvary Missionary Baptist Church Alfonza L. Carter James Manigan Cassaberry, Jr., ‘85 Cedar Creek Baptist Church Cedar Grove Baptist Church Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association Clifford B. Chambliss, ‘64 Charlotte Alumni Chapter Geneva Boone Chavis, ‘51 Glenn Vines Cherry, ‘57 Concord Baptist Church Mildred A. Council, ‘71 Gertrude Green Cromwell, ‘58 Geraldine T. Crooms, ‘50 CVS Corporation/CVS Pharmacy, Inc. Dan River Bethel Baptist Church William A. Darity, Sr., ‘48 Joanne R. Davis Madeline B. Dawson, ‘69 Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. 5 |EXCELLENCE IN GIVING


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PROFILE OF EXCELLENCE Destinee Williams ‘16 Senior, Athletic Training

Excellence is going beyond what is expected. It’s giving your best even when you don’t feel your best. I always push myself to be great and to never give up. I love my HBCU and this is the reason why I’m Miss Shaw University. Shaw is excellent because it is led by wonderful outstanding leaders who work hard to care for our students, staff, and alumni.”

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Paulette Dillard Rosalia J. Durante Durham Chapter Links Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church Edward V. Ellis, ‘49 Entertainment Solutions of Arizona, Inc. EPK & Associates, LLC James F. Everett, ‘80 Faithful Band Baptist Church Gaddis J. Faulcon Gloria Lester Feimster, ‘54 Fifth Baptist Church First Baptist Church - West First Baptist Church of Oxford First Cosmopolitan Baptist Church First Missionary Baptist Church - Parkton, NC First Missionary Baptist Church - Smithfield, NC David C. Forbes, ‘62 Friendship Baptist Church Kathi Gaines Carol Adams Gartrell, ‘69 Alphonso Gaskins, ‘68 Edna B. Gause, ‘59 Genesis Baptist Church Leonard Gibbons, ‘64

Hazel S. Gibbs, ‘69 Good Hope Baptist Church Bruce Tyrone Grady Greater Raleigh Convention and Visitor’s Bureau Susie B. Hampton, ‘64 Ethelene Hardy-Stover, ‘74 Therichia V. Henderson Herbert L. Hilliard, ‘63 Frankie L. Hinchen, ‘43 Shirley A. Hinton, ‘66 Hoke County Missionary Union Betty J. Howard, ‘60 Jonathan D. Hunt 2003 Shelia Hunter Wayne Anthony Hunter, ‘83 Anita L Jackson John Jeffreys, ‘62 Constance Jeffreys, ‘64 Cynthia Ann Jennings, ‘43 Lee Johnson, ‘74 Warner R. Johnson, ‘54 Christine Baxter Jones, ‘54 Cedrella C. Jones-Taylor Mma Arua Kalu Eintou Karima, ‘78 Georgette Kimball Charlotte DeJarnett King, ‘74 Matyre L. Knight, ‘64 KS Investment Holdings, LLC

Shirley A. Kwasikpui, ‘79 Pamela A. Lacewell, ‘66 Wilson A. Lacy, ‘70 Arlethia Lemon-Cusack, ‘74 Jesse Lewis, ‘75 Harry L. Lindsey Locust Grove Baptist Church Carolyn Smiley Love, ‘68 John Harding Lucas, ‘40 Norma Gattis Majette, ‘54 Lafayette Maxwell Ethel S. McCall, ‘54 Cynthia E. McCray, ‘63 Kathleen T. Meyerson Harold E. Mitchell William Modeste, ‘61 Monarch Property Company Henry G. Monroe, ‘62 Caroldine Morgan, ‘64 Mount Vernon Baptist Church Mount Zion Church Susie Branch Mozingo, ‘64 Clarence L. Muse, ‘64 National Alumni Association of Shaw University New Bethany Baptist Church New Middle Swamp Baptist Church Harold Alfonzo Nichols, ‘00


Excellence in Giving North/Central Florida Alumni Chapter of Shaw University Northampton Shaw Club Oberlin Baptist Church Occidental Fire & Casualty Company Geneva Parker, ‘56 Ruby J. Pattishaw, ‘67 Peace Missionary Baptist Church Philadelphia Alumni Chapter Pi Chapter - Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Inc. Piney Wood Chapel Baptist Church Isaac F. Pitts, ‘07 Pleasant Grove Baptist Church Merriette C. Pollard, ‘69 Progressive Business Solutions Harold Rabsatt, ‘71 Jimmy F. Ragland, ‘68 Queen Boddie Rascoe, ‘54 Red Hill Baptist Church Restoration Missionary Baptist Church Kathrine Lamb Riddick, ‘66 P.N. Risser Harlon L. Robinson Joyce M. Robinson, ‘75 Nina Keyes Robinson, ‘53 Corine Ross

Fred Rosser Beverly R. Rountree, ‘64 Lannie D. Royster-Willie Peggy P. Ruffin, ‘64 Saint Joseph A.M.E. Church Bobby L. Sanders, ‘70 Sandy Branch Baptist Church Savannah Baptist Church Marshall D. Scurry, ‘57 Tiffanee LaTrise Seaberry, ‘94 Shaw University Divinity School Janice D. Smith, ‘61 Lillian L. Smith, ‘54 South NJ Alumni Chapter Martina Southerland-Autry Mack Sowell, ‘64 Mary Womack Sowell, ‘64 Benjamin F. Speller St. Delight Baptist Church St. John Missionary Baptist Church St. Peters Baptist Church James Edward Stallings, ‘52 State Farm Companies Foundation Diatra W. Stearn, ‘74 Sunnyside Baptist Association The Duke Engery Foundation Matching Gifts Program The Franklin County Missionary Baptist Association of NC

The North Carolina Baptist Foundation, Inc. Maxine Tucker, ‘65 Edward J. Turner, ‘59 Union Grove Baptist Church Union Missionary Baptist Church of Durham, Inc. United Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church United Shiloh Missionary Baptist Association Fannie Marrow Vincent, ‘52 Wake Baptist Grove Church Wakefield Baptist Church Melessa R. Wallace, ‘62 Warren Grove Baptist Church Geraline R. Washington, ‘79 Leroy Waters, ‘62 Watts Street Baptist Church Weldon-Seaboard Alumni Chapter White Rock Baptist Church Ida S. Wiggins Wilbert A. Wilder, ‘78 Charlie Williams Lydia Butler Williams, ‘69 Olivia H. Williams, ‘69 Jean B. Worsley, ‘52 Barbara Sue Wright, ‘79 Dorothy Cowser Yancy

PROFILE OF EXCELLENCE Tim Catlett, Donor, President Progressive Business Solutions

To be excellent is to be accountable and to lead by example in all that you do. For 150 years, Shaw has exemplified excellence by setting the educational standard for all universities and by empowering students to do their best whether in the classroom, on the court, or in the community. I’m proud to be a Shaw investor.” 7 |EXCELLENCE IN GIVING 7 |EXCELLENCE IN GIVING


HONOR ROLL OF DONORS BEAR CLUB $100 - $499 Acts Missionary Baptist Church Helen P. Adams, ‘67 Ahoskie Alumnae Chapter Lana Latimer Alexander, ‘79 Maxine L. Alexander, ‘90 Ezra I. Alfred, ‘79 Felix Allen Lawrence E. Allen, ‘61 Steven June Allen Alpha Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Hilda C. Altice Raymond Amyette Gregory Anderson Arlester Andy Andrews, ‘73 Rowland F. Archer E. H. Arden Almetta Armstrong, ‘53 Kenneth Neil Arnold Sherri Arnold-Graham, ‘07 William C. Artis, ‘76 Aulander First Baptist Church Lola M. Ausby, ‘77 Maureen Axtell 8 | DONOR REPORT

Joe Bachman Walter B. Bagby, ‘56 Onest L. Bailey De’sire’ Baloubi Willard Barbee David Barnes Lewis D. Barnes Monica E. Barnes Jessica Basco Catherine Bass Rahman Batin, ‘73 Gregory Batts, ‘79 Esther Belikoff Jaime L. Bell, ‘94 Veronica A. Bell, ‘80 Valerie J. Berard Berean Baptist Church of Raleigh Black Institute James Bloomfield, ‘68 Melvin Bolds, ‘68 Ollie Peele Bond, ‘46 Milton G. Boone Margaret Seale Borders Samuel C. Boyd, ‘53 Bradsher’s Insurance Agency Ella Mae Brewer, ‘74 Varnell Lewis Bridgers, ‘62 Arvis Bridges-Epps

Lynnette T. Brinson James Britt Broadnax Diner C & C, Inc. Mikael N. Broadway Aja Brooks Brookston Baptist Church Curtis Brothers Cassandra F Brown E. Denise Brown Dorothy C. Browne Grainger Browning, ‘39 Curtis Buchanan Constance A. Buffaloe, ‘48 Deborah Pearsall Burch, ‘74 Laurinda Queen Burleson Gladys C. Burnette Daniel Burrell, ‘67 Alice M. Burt, ‘92 Dawn S. Burtt Irene E. Bush, ‘87 Patricia Butter Lillian A. Cain, ‘83 Jeanette H Callison Betty Stancil Camp, ‘55 Norman C. Camp, ‘56 Mary J. Canady Eula W. Carter, ‘49 Lloyd Douglas Carter, ‘85 Robert V. Carter, ‘67

Shirley P. Carter, ‘59 Albert Timothy Catlett John Caves Steven Cawn Gretchen Chapman Dorothea Chavis, ‘50 China Grove Baptist Church Bettie J. Chislom, ‘83 John R. Chisnell Church of the Master, Inc. Janie Watson Clayton, ‘58 Jeffrey Clemmons, ‘71 Cofield Mortuary Roy S. Colby Cora Cole-McFadden Charles A. Cook Kimbley A. Cox Stefan W. Crane Diane S. Crawford Robert F. Creecy, ‘67 Julius H. Cromwell, ‘58 Allen F. Crooms, ‘50 David Crotts Melinda G Cummings Lillian B. Currin, ‘58 Daniels Development Group, LLC Hilda B. David, ‘47 Cecelia M. Davis


Excellence in Giving Marian M. Davis, ‘64 Robert John Davis, ‘61 Marjorie L Debnam Amalia M Decomas Raven L. Deloatch Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Pamela F. Denning Tanya Dennis Rita S. DeShields Vertna J. DeVine, ‘72 Amy K Dewitt, ‘11 Chere M. Dickerson, ‘74 Kevin C. Dilworth, ‘73 District 6 Group 1 District 8 Group 1 Beasley Thompson Dixon, ‘60 Patricia A. Dixon Amy Domyan Larry G. Dozier, ‘69 David Dreifus Annette Dunston, ‘69 East Cumberland County Union Eastern Star Baptist Church Armenta Eaton, ‘82 Ebonettes Service Club, Inc. Mary Eismann Elijah Grove Baptist Church R. S. Ellovich Elm Grove Missionary Baptist Church Emancipation

Proclamation Fund Emmanuel Baptist Church Jim Ericksen Addie Daniels Everett, ‘00 Mark Evrard Faison’s Funeral Home Falling Run Baptist Church Carl L. Farmer, ‘97 Michael T. Farmer Jeannette Faulcon Louis Felton Annette T. Fields Charlie Brandon Fields, ‘03 Wilfreda C. Fields, ‘74 First Baptist Church Franklinton, NC First Baptist Church - Warsaw, NC First Baptist Church of Battleboro First Baptist of Winton First Calvary Baptist Church - St. Pauls, NC First Missionary Baptist Church - Warsaw, NC First Missionary Baptist Church Thelma D. Flanagan Ena H. Fletcher, ‘83 Herman J. Fluitt, ‘83 Paul Ford Todd Forman

Arnold W. Foster, ‘76 Dallas Foster, ‘64 L. Annette Foster Franklin Area Clergy Ecumenical Society Thelma A Frazier Douglas A. Freeman, ‘70 Kenneth Ray Freeman David Frey Friendship Baptist Church - Charlotte, NC Friendship Baptist Church - Union Grove, NC Pearl H. Frizzell, ‘59 Milta E. Fulford, ‘48 Anne G. Fulford-McQueen, ‘54 Frank R. Gailor Johnny L. Gaither Patricia Gardiner Patricia M. Garrett Gaston Baptist Church Albert L. Gee, ‘71 Genworth Foundation Kenneth T. Gibson Joseph B. Gilbert Veronica T. Gilbert, ‘81 Rosa U. Gill, ‘68 Ramon E. Gillead, ‘72 Colin P. Goggins William Goldston Joseph J. Gosselin

PROFILE OF EXCELLENCE Byron Simms Freshman, Psychology

Excellence is not defined by height or size, but the ability to do. Trying and giving effort is what matters most. From my own experience, Shaw University gives more than effort, they give hope and determination. I am definitely an example of the epic impact Shaw has on its students. Shaw has given me the opportunity to be an excellent leader.”

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Nyoka S. Gracey, ‘00 Charles Graham Charles F. Graves, ‘80 Gladys Fowler Graves, ‘69 Sheila W. Graves, ‘77 Greater Saints Chapel Baptist Church Rachel H. Green Eva Wiggins Greene Eric Griffin Melissa Griffin Reekitta Kai Grimes, ‘88 William Groening Todd Gunsher Gwynn’s Chapel Missionary Baptist Church Halifax County Union Cathis Marie Hall, ‘80 Mable S. Hall, ‘54 Michael Halpern Irene Barham Hankins, ‘48 Susan Hanson Thomas Harbin Henry J. Hardy, ‘94 Pamela Hanoi Hardy, ‘95 Lizzie J. Harrell Sampson E. Harrell Josephine Leak Harris, ‘02 10 | DONOR REPORT

Lemuel B. Harrison, ‘49 Judith O. Hayes Dexter L. Haywood Mary F. Haywood, ‘52 Lena Foust Heaggans, ‘63 Greg Hemdren Carolyn E. Henderson John J. Henderson Kendra Henderson Beverly Sue Hermenier Leon W. Herndon, ‘60 Paul E. Heroy Carol C. Hess Linda L. Hester J. Samuel Hewitt, ‘51 Hickory View Baptist Church Reginald L. High, ‘01 Julius Hill William G. Hill Theodore Hindsman, ‘68 Doris Hines Mervin Davenport Hinson, ‘04 Ava V. Hinton Jonathan M. Hinton Joseph Holland, ‘73 Bernard A. Holliday, ‘55 Holly Hill FWB Church Thomas D. Hooker, ‘62

Gwendolyn R. Horton, ‘97 Janet Howard Laura E. Howard Jerry L. Hughes Robert Hull, ‘69 Carston LeVerne Hunter, ‘58 Mary L. Hunter Charles V. Ingram Shirley W. Ingram Iota Iota Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. Naomi J. Jackson Rayfield Jackson Thomas A. Jackson, ‘72 Mary D. Jacobs Stephen N. James, ‘01 Lorinzo Jeffries Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church Clarence Johnson Emma H. Johnson, ‘60 Gloria Jean Johnson, ‘69 Jerome Johnson, ‘79 Pamela D. Johnson Paula Tendai Johnson Reginald J. Johnson Stella Little Johnson, ‘63 Theodore Johnson, ‘75

Barbara Ragland Jones, ‘69 Barry A. Jones Jesse A. Jones, ‘68 John Robert Jones, ‘66 Monica B. Jones Rosalind Myra Jones Stephen Jones Jordan Grove Missionary Baptist Church Dorothy Jordan James A. Joyner, ‘50 Brenda E. Kee Richard C. Kelsey Thomas P. Kieffer Dianne T. Kincer Edith Lloyd King, ‘54 Rochelle King Mary E. Knight, ‘53 Judge N. Kornegay, ‘71 Gary Kucera William Kwapil Alfred W. Kwasikpui, ‘78 Mark G. Kwasikpui Steve Lackey Richard Lane Vivian Irene Lane, ‘51 John Langston Alma Lucille Lea


Excellence in Giving Richard N. League Elsie C. Leak John Arthur Leaston Carolyn S. Lee, ‘71 Joseph D. Lee, ‘79 Ruth W. Lennon, ‘51 Kasey Leon Avie Lester Linda Levy Beatrice J. Lewis Bessie Lewis Bessie S. Lewis, ‘51 Brenda M. Lewis, ‘88 Eunice A. Lewis, ‘58 Felts Weldon Lewis, ‘49 H. Donell Lewis, Sr. ’73 Lauretta F. Lewis Lewis Lipsitz Hazel N. Logan, ‘49 Charles Logsdon Alfred Lovell Gus Lovett, ‘71 Donna Lowell Victor Lowell Charles S. Lucas, ‘43 Jean-Marie Luginbuhl Gina Macchio Macedonia New Life Church Wiliam Madden

J. M. Mainprize Ricky Majette Priscilla Robinson Mann, ‘62 Patrick Martin Juanita Blackwell Massenburg Julie Mayberry James T. McCallum Jonathan McCants, ‘80 Michael L. McCartney Georgia P. McClain, ‘63 Preston T. McClain, ‘61 Michael McCormac Vivian T. McCoy, ‘82 McDonald’s Restaurant Coleen P. McGlone Dennis N. McLain Michael A McLaren Nyasha McLaren McLaurin Funeral Home, Inc. Cecil H. McManus Ellen C. McNeill, ‘95 Samuel N. Merritt Edward Mezynski Charles E. Michael, ‘64 Ezzell Middleton, ‘83 Kimberly D. Miller Linda J. Mills Michael D. Minor Lizzie G. Mitchell, ‘56

Tony L. Mitchell Lee E. Monroe, ‘65 William D. Montague, ‘90 Samuel C. Moore, ‘70 David Moran Morning Star Baptist Church Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church Edward A. Morris Anthony Mosley, ‘79 Gregory K. Moss Paula Moten-Tolson Columbus Eugene Motley Pernell Motley, ‘79 Mount Calvary Baptist Church Mount Olive Baptist Church Mt. Eprew Missionary Baptist Church Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist Church Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church Andrea Mullen Yvonne M. Nambe-Roach, ‘69 National Public Radio NC Physiatry, PLLC

Denise C. Nelson Thomas Nevlud New Bethel Baptist Church New Hope Association New Hope Missionary Baptist Church New Red Mountain Baptist Church Ross W. Newsome Mary Moore Newton, ‘78 Novella N. Nichols Eleanor F. Nunn, ‘63 Oak Grove U A Free Will Baptist Church Nia Odeoti-Hassan, ‘70 Claude M. Odom Herbert J. Odom Old Liberty Missionary Baptist Church, Inc. Omicron Zeta Chapter Andrew Osterlund Mark Ouska Earlene B. Owes Teresa D. Pace Joseph Palmer Carolyn Parker Delphine Parker, ‘07 Leon D. Parker, ‘06 Ray Parker 11 |EXCELLENCE IN GIVING


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PROFILE OF EXCELLENCE Beverly Clark III, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Physics, Shaw University

To me, excellence is being consistently successful at a set task or goal. I believe Shaw University is excellent at fostering positive relationships with students that promote academic achievement, advance students’ knowledge of science and research, and build the overall self-confidence of our 21st century leaders. I’m proud to be a part of such a transformative experience.”

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Reginald Parker Carolyn L. Parks, ‘87 Randy Passman Teddy Pavesi Travis Payne Betty R. Perdue Jamal Perry Person County Chapter NAACP Ilona M. Peszlen Carolyn Y. Peterson, ‘74 Phillipi Baptist Church Cheryl Phillips J. Stuart Phoenix Hazel Marie Pierce, ‘88 Pleasant Plains Baptist Church Pleasant View Church James L. Polito William L. Pollard, ‘67 Rubestene Fisher Potter Keith Milland Powell Charlotte Presley John Price Columbus L. Pridgen, ‘77 Progressive Sertoma Club Providence Baptist Church Michael Anthony Pullum Quankey Missionary Baptist Church Leo Quanz Autumn Elizabeth Racine Edward L. Randolph

Synetta Raye Red Hill Baptist Church Paul Regan Delores W Revis Linda Reynolds April Reid Rhinehardt, ‘08 David A. Richardson, ‘49 Ivy Richardson Portia L. Richardson, ‘94 Archie L. Richmond, ‘54 Edward Rickless Roberts Chapel Baptist Church Cornelia Allen Roberts, ‘60 Mahalia A. Roberts, ‘69 Mona Jones Roberts William Robinson Ruby L. Rogers, ‘62 Roxboro Sertoma Club Linnoya P. Royster, ‘78 Jeanine M. Ryan Saint Paul Baptist Church Salem Chapel Baptist Church JoAnn C. Samuels, ‘64 Sergio Sanchez-Barona Bernestine W. Sanders, ‘47 David E. Sanders Evelyn L. Sanders, ‘71 Velvaline S Sanders Joseph M. Sansom James Schenck Maureen Schirtzinger

Judy B. Schneider Fran Schwartz Barry Scott Quincy Scott, ‘65 Jan Severance Derek Shankweiler James Woodrow Shearn, ‘90 Shiloh Baptist Church Rocky Mount, NC Shiloh Baptist Church St. Pauls, NC Shiloh Baptist Church Whitakers, NC Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church Jermaine D. Simmons, ‘98 B. L. Slade Joseph G. Slater Linda W. Sledge LaJeune Small Alton L. Smith, ‘73 James W. Smith Jane E. G. Smith Louis E. Smith, ‘75 Patricia Lucas Smith Smithfield Branch of National Association of University Women John T. Snipes Grace V. Solomon


Excellence in Giving South Park Neighborhood Association Vernetta N. Southerland, ‘61 Stacey Danette Sowell, ‘03 Lois S. Spivey Gary Spodnick Katherine S. Sprankle Venus Michele Spruill, ‘86 Janet Spry, ‘74 St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church St. Reddick Baptist Church Martha Stallmann Covia L. Stanley Naomi Stanley, ‘50 Adelaide W. Staton John Stauber Staunton Baptist Church Carl Stearns Stuart Stern David Stiffman Julie Stone Janet Stracke Linda T. Streaty Carolyn Strickland Shanika L. Strings Greg Suggs Wendell Tabb W. Douglas Tanner Marty Tate Margaret Howard Taylor, ‘64

Maurice Taylor, ‘92 Shirley Bazemore Taylor, ‘91 Dock Terrell William G. Terrell, ‘87 William Montena Terrell Delmar A. Terry Frederick D. Terry, ‘55 The Baptist Pastors Fellowship of WS, NC & Vicinity The Messiah Baptist Church Thomas J. Boyd Chapel Gale Denise Thomas, ‘78 Mary C. Thomas Anita Thompson James Thompson Cleon F. Thompson, Jr. Martha T. Thompson Reaver Gaye Thompson, ‘85 Ronald L. Thompson Gloria Davis Toy Richard Edward Trotman, ‘65 Frank J. Turner, ‘79 Pascal Osita Udekwu Union Baptist Church Union Chapel Baptist Church Union County Union United Way of Central New Mexico Upper Duplin County Union Vance County Missionary Union Rob Vatz

Verizon Wireless Raymond Vickery Pathenia R. Vinson, ‘43 Peter Volkman Katrina A Waffle-Gamble, ‘98 Thelma Wall Beverly Wallace Angelia Arrington Ward, ‘04 Sarah H. Warren Gregory K Watkins, ‘08 Caroline S. Watson Robert R. Watson, ‘73 Rosetta Watson, ‘57 Watts Chapel Missionary Baptist Church Bernadette G. Watts Martha S. Waymon Kimberly Bell Weathers Gwendolyn Marie Webb, ‘07 James A. Webster, ‘96 Joe L. Webster Joy E. Weeber Elizabeth J Weese Vitalis Ombikhwa Wekheye, ‘09 Gregory Welch Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign Whetstone Baptist Church Elaine Morgan Whitaker, ‘64 White Oak Fork Baptist Church

PROFILE OF EXCELLENCE Tonia Trollinger ’92 Alumna, Senior Digital Operator, SAS

Excellence is not perfection, but doing your best right now with class, grace and respect. When I came to Shaw, I found a home and a place that nurtured and supported me. Shaw is an example of excellence by creating leaders that contribute to society and make a difference in the lives of others. I’m proud to say I’m a Shaw University alumna and I love coming back home to Shaw.” 13 |EXCELLENCE IN GIVING


HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Laura Louise White, ‘50 Mark Wiesner Paul Wilkes Charllane Wilkins E. Anne Wilkinson Beverly Williams Frances L. Williams Kathell Stanley Williams, ‘62 Lawrence T. Williams, ‘59 Mary Blount Williams Steven Williams Mildred Williams-Johnson, ‘79 Clara V. Wilson, ‘88 Julia Wilson Margaret L. Wilson, ‘50 Mary M. Wilson Paul Eddy Wilson Mary S. Windley Shelia B. Winston-Graves, ‘77 Gwendolyn Marie Wise-Blackman Jean Giles Wittner Women’s Auxiliary to Middle District Union Vivian S. Wood, ‘62 Priscilla D. Woods, ‘82 Woodville Plains Baptist Church Delores C. Wright, ‘69 Jay Wright Arthur Wyche 14 | DONOR REPORT

Yahama Social Club Gail J. Young Mary A. Young, ‘97 Stephen Zaytoun Richard Zenker Zion Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church Zion Cross Baptist Church Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Church Zoar Missionary Baptist Church William Zoffer David Zumbro CRYSTAL BEAR SOCIETY Dr. Carolyn G. Ennis Marilyn and Charlie Fields, Jr. Mildred Pretty Preston McClain, Jr. and Preston McClain, III Quincy and Constance Scott The Fayetteville Alumni Chapter The Johnson Family Stella, Patrice, Pamela, and Paige, Jr. The Lumber River Baptist Association The Malone Family The Sowell Family

“Over the past 150 years, Shaw University has laid a strong foundation built on a legacy of excellence in education. With fearless vision and unbridled expectation we forge ahead to a future of EPIC success.” Tashni Ann Dubroy, Ph.D. President

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Excellence in Giving CENTURY CLUB up to $99 Annie S. Acree, ‘71 Acts Missionary Baptist Church Carol Chavis Alexander, ‘89 Lacey Speight Alford, ‘64 Marjorie M. Allen, ‘03 Edythe Lavonia Allison Linda L. Alston Andre Altice, ‘95 Sandra Anderson Elton Maurice Andrews, ‘07 Leon B. Applewhaite, ‘82 Almetta Armstrong, ‘53 Craston M. Artis James P. Ashmore Audrey M. Askew, ‘96 Augusta Chapel Missionary Baptist Church Jean Belle Avent, ‘95 Kryste N. Avery-Moore, ‘82 Stacy T. Ballard, ‘90 Helyn Payne Baltimore, ‘57 Aaron J. Banks, ‘14 Sharon T. Banks, ‘94 Brenda J. Barksdale, ‘01 Lossie M. Barnes, ‘50 M. Barnhill Dorothy Baynes, ‘55 Barbara Beard-Hinton

Jeanette R. Beckwith, ‘70 Levi A. Beckwith Veronica A. Bell, ‘80 Mary M. Belle Bisa Bennett, ‘74 Claudia A. Bennett Shannon Palmer Bennett, ‘08 Courtney H. Berryhill, ‘10 Ruthie B. Best Thelma Best JoAnn Blackwell, ‘88 Jacob Bland, ‘58 Christian Block Christy A. Block Agnes F. Blount Blue Wing Baptist Church - New Bern, NC Blue Wing Baptist Church - Roxboro, NC Milton G Boone Marsha Foster Boyd Tywanna L. Boykin, ‘11 Cathy E. Boykins Myeisha Boykins Cassandra Bragg Vivian Delois Branch, ‘72 Fannie D. Bratcher Patrick Bridges Arvis Bridges-Epps Mikael N. Broadway Wanda N. Brooks

Williams Brooks Leonard R. Brothers Dianne McLeod Brown, ‘71 Ellen L. Brown Evroy F. Brown Jamal Hassan Brown, ‘11 James & Diane Brown Joe Baker Brown, ‘64 Joseph C. Brown, ‘64 Josephine Brown Taisha B. Brown Terence C. Brown William T. Brown Delphine D. Bullock, ‘74 Leona H. Bullock, ‘60 Stafford G. Bullock, ‘63 Carol Denise Bunch Dolly Colleen Bunn, ‘12 Gladys C. Burnette Irene E. Bush, ‘87 Bernice L. Butler Angela Byrd Jacqueline P. Byrd Kellany S. Cadogan-Noland Choma Campbell Corey Campbell Bernice E. Carter, ‘56 Lloyd Douglas Carter, ‘85 Melinda D. Carter Clifford B. Chambliss, ‘64 Harish Chander

Mikkel B. Christie, ‘98 Marcus Clarke Myra Denise Clayton, ‘10 Nathaniel Clifton, ‘90 Angela B. Cloud Linda S. Cobb, ‘81 Shirley O. Cohen Sherry Coleman Adele R. Collier, ‘44 JoLynn Collins, ‘06 Compassionate Tabernacle of Faith Baptist Church Charles A. Cook Cool Spring Baptist Church Laquitta Green Cooper Emerson Coote Peter Coote Shaqueal Coote Melva W. Costen Gertie P. Cotton Walter Baker Council, ‘03 Marcellus L. Crawford, ‘94 Doris M. Crudup Sheila Mae Crump, ‘99 Brian Cumberbatch, ‘94 Lillian P. Cummings Rodney Cunningham Janie D. Cuthbertson Paulette June Cutts, ‘05 Laurette Lemon Dailey, ‘65 15 |EXCELLENCE IN GIVING


HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Connie D. D’Allessandro Gitchee H. Daniel Milton Darrell Daniels Barbara J. Davis, ‘89 Fred A. Davis Glenda C. Davis Joanne R. Davis Michael A. Davis, ‘91 Michael A. Davis Norman T. Davis Robert R. Davis Davis Chapel Baptist Church Patricia Ann Dean, ‘69 Marjorie L. Debnam Chester J. Deloatch Pauline E. Deloatch Yvonne P. Dewar Lucia Didur Doris Griffin Dixon, ‘54 Michael Doe, ‘83 Lawrence Dunn Ebenezer Baptist Church Michael Elam Elizabeth Baptist Church – Marshville, NC Elizabeth Baptist Church – Spring Hope, NC Edward V. Ellis, ‘49 Karlea W. Evans 16 | DONOR REPORT

Muriel A. Evans-Buck, ‘80 Felecia R. Everett Sharon Everett Hazel Exum Howard Leon Exum, ‘68 Tamika B. Faison Helen H. Farrior, ‘58 Jeannette Faulcon Gloria Lester Feimster, ‘54 Barbara L. Fields, ‘77 First Baptist First Baptist Church of Palm Coast First Calvary Baptist Church – Durham, NC First Calvary Baptist Church – Salisbury, NC First Calvary Baptist Church – Sanford, NC First Missionary Baptist Church - Selma, NC First Missionary Baptist Church - St. Pauls, NC FMC Corporation David C. Forbes, ‘62 Dallas Foster, ‘64 Carolyn M. Fox Cheryl R. Freeburg Donnie Joyner Freeman, ‘50

Linda Wright Freeman, ‘05 Jean S. Gaddy Linda Gainey Johnny L. Gaither Galilee Missionary Baptist Church Mary Louise Garrett, ‘57 Robert F. Garrison, ‘70 Joy Gaston-Gayles Mosi Ayoka Syandene Gay, ‘02 Sahr Komba Gbondo, ‘96 John A. Gibson Mark Thomas Gibson Ramon E. Gillead, ‘72 June V. Gilliard Gladys Gist Esther D. Glenn Wayne Glenn Anna L. Glover, ‘46 Gregory Goldsand Emily Rose Goode, ‘51 Gail Kimball Goss Bruce Tyrone Grady Monica T. Grant Ramona T. Grant Asia I. Graves, ‘00 Charles F. Graves, ‘80 Edward L. Green, ‘71 Margaret Louise Green

Vanish E. Green, ‘92 Ruby P. Greene Lenzie Lofton Grice, ‘70 Arlene M. Griffis, ‘63 Amaryllis N. Grogan, ‘71 Halifax County Union Fred Hall J. Wendell Hall Jody Hamilton Anita Watson Hammond, ‘06 Geraldine S. Hampton Happy Face Preschool Childcare, Inc. Woodrow W. Harding, ‘35 Henry J. Hardy, ‘94 Laura Jean Hardy, ‘13 Candace Hargrove-Shaw Gwendolyn Millicent Harkley, ‘12 Jack Harper James Harper James Willie Harris James Harris, ‘78 Jill Harris Marion Rex Harris T. Dominic Harris Thomas A Harris Alice W. Hart Shanticia E. Hawkins, ‘96 Bessie Hayes


Excellence in Giving Amena Natalie Haynes, ‘02 Jacqueline O’Neal Haynes, ‘02 Tanesha Lynette Haynes, ‘04 Wanzo F. Hendrix Zara Hernandez Hickory Grove Baptist Church Keith Hicks Loretta A. Hicks Brenda C Hitchcock Melvin Glenn Hodges Ashley Corraine Holland Karen Holland Kevin Holland Barbars F Holloway Delores McCoy Holloway, ‘04 Enoch Holloway Caroline Holloway-Fleming, ‘95 Warren Holmes Holy Hill of Zion Ministries Gwendolyn R. Horton, ‘97 Huntsville Baptist Church Norman Hurley Brite W. Jackson Lorenzo Jackson Stephen S. Jallah, ‘69 Bobbi N. James Bertha A. Jenkins Margaret B. Jobe, ‘99 MelissaSue John Aaron J. Johnson, ‘57

Doris V. Johnson, ‘69 Jacqueline Johnson Jerome Johnson, ‘79 Sharon Johnson Theodore Johnson, ‘75 Wayne D. Joiner Barbara Ragland Jones, ‘69 Christine Baxter Jones, ‘54 Mary E. Jones, ‘58 Monica B Jones Oscar Keith Jones P. Shearin Jones Rosalind Myra Jones Dorothy Jordan Doris N Karnes Peggie M. Kearney Keathern Chapel Baptist Church Timothy Kee Willie M. Kee Kristene Kelly Diane Kimbrough De-Anthony King, ‘99 Edith Lloyd King, ‘54 Cheryl A Kirk-Duggan Abdue L Knox, ‘01 Judge N. Kornegay, ‘71 Shirley A. Kwasikpui, ‘79 Annie Lacy Wilson A. Lacy, ‘70 Sallie Ladage

Lane Creek Association Norman B. Langford Tiffani Lash Margie G. Laughlin Antoinette M. Lawrence, ‘98 Jessie Bennett Laws, ‘60 Dorothy M. Lawson Lea Funeral Home Kim Q. Leathers Carl A. Lee Katie L. Lee Vernita Lee Brenda Leonard, ‘64 Eunice A. Lewis, ‘58 Jesse Lewis, ‘75 Mark F Lewis Melissa L. Lewis W. Rob Lewis Joseph Anthony Lewter, ‘74 Yongmei Li Margaret Lindsey Bobbie Little Juarez D. Little Little Prong Baptist Church Patricia Ann Locket-Ross, ‘89 Gevon Lockhart Jerome Steven Loewenstein Alice London London Missionary Baptist Church

Carolyn Smiley Love, ‘68 John Harding Lucas, ‘40 Richard C. Lucas Lorenzo A. Lynch, ‘55 Clora Applewhite Mabry, ‘07 Priscilla Robinson Mann, ‘62 Kimberly Manning Myrial H. Manning Phyllis Martin Wanda Martin, ‘02 Edward Mason, ‘62 Robert H. Mathes Ramesh K. Mathur Janet Evans McBride Jonathan McCants, ‘80 Tessa McCarthy Georgia P. McClain, ‘63 Milton D. McClain Bobby McCormick, ‘70 Stephen L. McCray, ‘63 Nikki McGill Stella Mae McGill Nickkia Nichelle McIntyre, ‘12 James W. McKay Gweneth McLaren Michael McLaren Eric McLean Shon Denise McLean, ‘04 Ann L. McMillon Linda C. McNair-Moore 17 | EXCELLENCE IN GIVING


HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Erica Jamilah McNeil, ‘90 Andrew W. McNeill Clara E. McNeill Ellen C. McNeill, ‘95 Jonathan Kyle McNeill Melissa M. McNeill Barbara C. McSweeney, ‘58 Mecklenburg County Union Laura Mercer-Bourne Gail M. Michael Barbara Waddell Mike, ‘61 Rhea L.G. Miles Emma Jean Mims, ‘58 Marcus Mintz Nicholas Mintz Lizzie G. Mitchell, ‘56 Marlene Molette Lee E. Monroe, ‘65 Shirley M. Mooney Betty J. Moore, ‘69 Crystal A. Moore, ‘01 David Earl Moore, ‘11 Moore’s Chapel Morning Star Baptist Church Mount Vernon Baptist Church Mt. Olive Baptist Church Mt. Pleasant Missionary Aisha Murff, ‘97 Lois S. Murphy, ‘70 Willie Murphy, ‘93 18 | DONOR REPORT

Mattie L. Murray-Leggett, ‘63 Judy D. Musgraves Bret Nathaniel National Alumni Association of Shaw University Margo Robinson Nelson New Bethel Baptist Church New Hope Granville Baptist Church William T. Newkirk, ‘89 El Paso Newsome Shirley J. Nixon Ophelia D. Noble, ‘63 Matthew Nulty Eleanor F. Nunn, ‘63 Oakey Grove Baptist - Clayton Oakey Grove Missionary Baptist Church Gloria Odum Rachel Earcell Oliver, ‘10 Nnamdi I. Onuorah, ‘82 Loretta Pagan Catherine Page Michael D. Page, ‘00 Joseph Palmer Aldine Parker Verdis J. Parks, ‘76 Denise Ann Patterson, ‘88 Alfreda C. Pender Betty R. Perdue

Emily Jean Perry, ‘71 Shirley B. Perry Leon Phuse, ‘74 Pick My Brain Consulting, LLC Cleon Samuel Pierce, ‘01 Hazel Marie Pierce, ‘88 Alice L. Pinnix Rozelia C. Pittman Pleasant View Baptist Church Pleasant View Missionary Baptist Church Vernese D. Pledger Belinda A. Plum Keith Milland Powell Margarette B. Powell, ‘58 Roberta N. Powell Inez Ernestine Powers, ‘60 Daniel Pratt, ‘65 Arnell Pridgen Helen S. Pridgen, ‘72 Delois Jeanette Prince Priority Sailing Providence Baptist Church Harold Rabsatt, ‘71 Jimmy F. Ragland, ‘68 Keisha L. Ragsdale, ‘98 Raleigh-Wake Alumni Chapter Mary A. Randle Kathryn P. Rawson Synetta Raye

Jamisha McClain Raymond Vanessa J. Raynor Red Bud Baptist Church Lula E. Rhodes, ‘57 Emily K. Rice Vertis Ray Richardson Dwight Ricks Roanoke Valley HBCU Collaborative Association Frederick R. Roberts, ‘69 Craig Robinson Joyce M. Robinson, ‘75 Rocky Mount Alumni Chapter Ruby L. Rogers, ‘62 Nikesha Rollack Joyce C. Rosenberg, ‘97 Matthew Rouse, ‘93 Peggy P. Ruffin, ‘64 S.L. Jeffress Company, Inc. Reneé P. Saddler Lauren S. Samuel, ‘96 Bernestine W. Sanders, ‘47 Ernest L. Sanders Hazel F. Sanders Velvaline S. Sanders Stephen M. Schewel Amy Scott Diane M. Scott Quincy Scott, ‘65 Cynthia Whitaker Seabrook, ‘93


Excellence in Giving Cathleen E. Seaton Barbara P. Sessoms, ‘95 Robert E. Sessoms John Shannon Darryl Shaw Helen T. Shaw Peta-Gaye Shaw, ‘01 Jacqueline G. Shelton, ‘51 Shiloh Baptist Church – Greensboro, NC Shiloh Baptist Church – Rocky Mount, NC William H. Sidberry Wave P. Simmons, ‘56 Galinda Simpkins Annie Sinclair Kenneth R. Skinner, ‘69 Linda W. Sledge Crawford W. Smith, ‘61 David C. Smith Edward E. Smith Jackie Bernard Smith, ‘72 Janice D. Smith, ‘61 Keith Smith Louis E. Smith, ‘75 Marian A. Smith, ‘59 Rex R. Smith Thomas G. Smith, ‘71 William G. Smith Mychell N. Sneed-Jacobs, ‘82

Mary Womack Sowell, ‘64 Reuben D. Sowell, ‘00 John Peurifoy Speights, ‘75 Jacqueline S. Spruill Janet Spry, ‘74 St. Delight Baptist Church St. John Missionary Baptist Church St. John Second Baptist Church St. Peters Baptist Church Kierra Unique Staggers, ‘15 Bishop C. Stallings, ‘74 Celestine Stamper Berna L. Stephens Ethelene H. Stover Vivian Furches Street Veronica J. Surles Curretta U. Sutherland Jean R. Sykes Vanessa Tanner Audrey H. Taylor Mabel S. Taylor Dianna Williams Teasley, ‘01 Virginia B. Terrell William G. Terrell, ‘87 Frederick Terry Patricia A. Terry The Messiah Baptist Church Thomas J. Boyd Chapel Anita Thompson

Bradford T. Thompson Sarah Elizabeth Thompson, ‘57 Sheryl Ann Thompson, ‘00 Tillery Chapel Baptist Church Crystal Touba, ‘97 Travelers Edward J. Turner, ‘59 Kimberly L. Turner William M. Turner Terry Fletcher Ugwueke, ‘82 James Stanley Utley, ‘10 Michele Utley VA Power Dominion Wendy Peele Vann Marion Veteska Sherane Walker Vester W. Walker Waller & Co. Jewelers LLC Delphine Walton Jaret Walton Nathan A. Walton, ‘66 Thelma W. Walton Anthony R Ward, ‘02 Martha S. Waymon Janice Amanda Weaver, ‘03 Richordine Wertz James P. West West Bladen County Union #2 Carol Whitaker Lorenza J. Whitaker, ‘74

Wanda C. White, ‘74 Vernice A. Whyms Dennis B Wilder Ronald Wiley Allene M. Williams, ‘54 Anita C. Williams Ethel M. Williams, ‘39 J. Samuel Williams James Alfred Williams Jewette Williams Joel A. Williams Kathy Williams Larry A. Williams, ‘77 Olivia H. Williams, ‘69 Sheila J. Williams Tanya M. Williams, ‘95 Brenda Sutton Williamson, ‘82 Luella Graham Wills Natasha F. Wilson Tonika Patrice Wilson Vivian S. Wood, ‘62 Diane Wormsley Barbara S. Wright, ‘79 Henry F. Wright Joyce W. Wright Larry O. Wright, ‘01 Trenda Woolridge Wright Alexander C. Wynn, ‘74 William Zoffer 19 | EXCELLENCE IN GIVING


FINANCIALS

Excellence in Stewardship

REVENUES For the years ended 2015 OPERATING REVENUES Net tuition and fees

$

21,152,164

2014

$

24,773,971

Federal and state grants and contracts

3,813,461

6,683,056

Private gifts, grants, and contracts

2,720,436

2,717,447

Income From Investments

625,287

779,661

Net realized and unrealized gains on investments

298,790

2,326,311

Other income

203,011

236,001

Sales and services of auxiliary enterprises Total revenues, gains, and other support

6,482,487 $

35,295,637

6,674,270 $

44,190,717

Operating Revenue totaled $44 million for year ended June 30, 2014. Graph 1 depicts the breakdown of revenues by function. It is worth noting that 56For percent of ended the years these revenues are directly from net tuition and fees. The second category functions are 2015 2014 sales and services of auxiliary enterprises and Federal and state grants and contracts OPERATING EXPENSES representing 30 percent (15 percent per each category function) of the revenues. Instruction

$

12,206,814

$

14,032,938

Operating Expenses totaled $37 million for year ended June 30, 2015. Graph 2 Public service 2,533,707 depicts the breakdown of expenses by function. The largest function of expenses2,912,746 is Instruction which was 33 percent. Student services

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7,043,122

8,096,765

1,672,006

1,922,136

Other income 1% Net realized and unrealized gains on investments 5%

Operating Revenues 2014

Sales and services of auxiliary enterprises 15%

Net tuition and fees 56%

Income From Investments 2%

Private gifts, grants, and contracts 6%

Federal and state grants and contracts 15%

Graph 1 Operating Revenue totaled $44 million for year ended June 30, 2014.The graph above depicts the breakdown of revenues by function. It is worth noting that 56 percent of these revenues are directly from net tuition and fees. The second category functions are sales and services of auxiliary enterprises and Federal and state grants and contracts representing 30 percent (15 Other income percent per each category function) of the revenues.

Operating Revenues 2015

0%

Net realized and unrealized gains on investments 1%

Sales and services of auxiliary enterprises 18%

Net tuition and fees 60%

Income From Investments 2% Private gifts, grants, and contracts 8%

Federal and state grants and contracts 11%

Graph 2

Operating Revenue totaled $35 million for year ended June 30, 2015.The graph above depicts the breakdown of revenues by function. It is worth noting that 60 percent of these revenues are directly from net tuition and fees. The second category function is sales and services of auxiliary enterprises representing 18 percent of the revenues.


Net realized and unrealized gains on investments

298,790

2,326,311

F Iincome NAN Other

203,011

236,001

6,482,487

6,674,270

CIALS

Sales and services of auxiliary enterprises

EXPENSES

Total revenues, gains, and other support

$

35,295,637

$

2015

$

12,206,814

$

Institutional support 27%

14,032,938

2,533,707

2,912,746

Student services

7,043,122

8,096,765

Academic support

1,672,006

1,922,136

Institutional support

9,854,305

11,328,496

3,738,272 37,048,226

4,297,513 42,590,595

$

Instruction 33%

2014

Public service

Auxiliary enterprises Total Operating Expenses

Operating Expenses 2014 Auxiliary enterprises 10%

44,190,717

For the years ended

OPERATING EXPENSES Instruction

Excellence in Stewardship

$

Operating Expenses totaled $42 million for year ended June 30, 2014. Graph 3 above depicts the breakdown of expenses by function. The largest function of expenses is Instruction which was 33 percent.

Public service 7%

Academic support 4% Student services 19%

Graph 3 Operating Expenses totaled $42 million for year ended June 30, 2014. The graph above depicts the breakdown of expenses by function. The largest function of expenses is Instruction which was 33 percent.

Operating Expenses 2015

Auxiliary enterprises 10%

Instruction 33%

Institutional support 27%

Operating Expenses totaled $37 million for year ended June 30, 2015. Graph 4 depicts the breakdown of expenses by function. The largest function of expenses is Instruction which was 33 percent.

Public service 7%

Academic support 4% Student services 19%

Graph 4

Operating Expenses totaled $37 million for year ended June 30, 2015. The graph above depicts the breakdown of expenses by function. The largest function of expenses is Instruction which was 33 percent.

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THE SHAW UNIVERSITY INC STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES

FINANCIALS

FOR THE YEAR ENDED JUNE 30 2014 Revenues, gains, and other support: Tuition and fees Less: student assistance Net tuition and fees

S TAT E M E N T O F A C T I V I T I E S 2 0 1 4

Unrestricted

$

Temporarily Restricted

Permanently Restricted

29,293,179 (4,519,208) 24,773,971

6,674,270 16,985,042 270,000 42,029,013

Expenditures and losses: Operating: Instruction Public service Student services Academic support Institutional support Auxiliary enterprises Total operating expenditures Change in net assets from operations

14,032,938 2,912,746 8,096,765 1,922,136 11,328,496 4,297,513 42,590,595 (561,582)

1,722,135

Nonoperating gains Other Total change in net assets Net assets at beginning of year Net assets as of end of year

0 (561,582) 20,607,344 20,045,762 $

1,722,135 4,605,308 6,327,443 $

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6,683,056 2,009,931 486,749

$

Federal and State grants and contracts Private gifts, grants, and contracts Income from investments Net realized and unrealized gains on investments Other income Sales and services of auxiliary enterprises Total additional income Net assets released from restrictions Total revenues, gains, and other support

895,035 236,001

$

Total

29,293,179 (4,519,208) 24,773,971

6,683,056 2,717,447 779,661

440,113 272,881

267,403 20,031

1,279,141

152,135

1,992,135 (270,000) 1,722,135

439,569

6,674,270 19,416,746

439,569

44,190,717

439,569

14,032,938 2,912,746 8,096,765 1,922,136 11,328,496 4,297,513 42,590,595 1,600,122

439,569 9,965,023 10,404,592 $

0 1,600,122 35,177,675 36,777,797

2,326,311 236,001


THE SHAW UNIVERSITY INC STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES

FINANCIALS

FOR THE YEAR ENDED JUNE 30 2015 Revenues, gains, and other support: Tuition and fees Less: student assistance Net tuition and fees

S TAT E M E N T O F A C T I V I T I E S 2 0 1 5

Unrestricted

$

Temporarily Restricted

Total

25,777,245 (4,625,081) 21,152,164

Federal and State grants and contracts Private gifts, grants, and contracts Income from investments Net realized and unrealized gains on investments Other income Sales and services of auxiliary enterprises Total additional income Net assets released from restrictions Total revenues, gains, and other support

Expenditures and losses: Operating: Instruction Public service Student services Academic support Institutional support Auxiliary enterprises Total operating expenditures Change in net assets from operations

12,206,814 2,533,707 7,043,122 1,672,006 9,854,305 3,738,272 37,048,226 (2,288,088)

Nonoperating gains Loss on disposal of fixed assets Total change in net assets Net assets at beginning of year Net assets as of end of year

(2,288,088) 20,045,762 17,757,674 $

$

Permanently Restricted

$

25,777,245 (4,625,081) 21,152,164

3,813,461 1,883,130 401,756

741,149 196,855

96,157 26,676

3,813,461 2,720,436 625,287

127,682 199,458

164,335 3,553

6,773

6,482,487 12,907,975 700,000 34,760,139

1,105,892 (700,000) 405,892

129,606

6,482,487 14,143,473

129,606

35,295,637

405,892

129,606

12,206,814 2,533,707 7,043,122 1,672,006 9,854,305 3,738,272 37,048,226 (1,752,590)

405,892 6,327,443 6,733,335 $

129,606 10,404,592 10,534,198 $

(1,752,590) 36,777,797 35,025,207

298,790 203,011

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