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Mission: West Virginia State University will meet the higher education and economic development needs of the state and region through innovative teaching and applied research.

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MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

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STUDENT SUCCESS AND RETENTION

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EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

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COMMUNITY IMPACT

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UNIVERSITY FINANCIAL DATA FY 2018

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WVSU FOUNDATION ANNUAL REPORT FY 2017


A Message from

THE PRESIDENT

As we pause to reflect and look back at a year full of many accomplishments for both faculty, staff, students and our institution, I am proud of what we are doing as a University to prepare our students, help them succeed and make their mark on the ever changing world. This has truly been a memorable and historic year for West Virginia State University. We remain steadfast in our commitment to becoming a premier regional research university that is recognized nationally for its quality education, innovative teaching and experiential learning. STATE is committed to being an educational leader in the state of West Virginia and beyond. We have spent the last year sharpening our focus on the pillars of innovation, student success and experiential learning. This publication illustrates our commitment to providing a quality student-centered education that enhances student holistic development and preparing students to be 21st century leaders. Together we have shared the STATE story with many individuals, companies and organizations which has led to powerful results for our University. We have significantly increased our federal research grant funding. Our award-winning academic programs and outstanding students receiving high honors at the national level is a clear reflection of the excellence you will read about on the pages that follow. Two of our students had the opportunity to study and work with research scientists abroad through summer internships – truly experiential learning at its core. Our University is strengthening its community engagement through outreach and innovative programming. As we look to the future of STATE, our University will be sustainable as students continue to enroll because we meet their educational and holistic needs. We will remain relevant because our contributions change lives, advance industry, and lifts our country. We will always be competitive. Go STATE! Best regards,

Anthony L. Jenkins, Ph.D. President

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INNOVATION UNIVERSITY DEDICATES STATUE, SCHOLARSHIP TO HONOR KATHERINE JOHNSON West Virginia State University (WVSU) has a long history of producing graduates that have gone on to change the world in every environment that they have entered. In August 2018, the University honored the life and legacy of one of its most distinguished alums when it dedicated a scholarship and unveiled a statue honoring NASA mathematician and Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient Katherine Johnson in honor of her 100th birthday. An estimated crowd of nearly 1,000 people attended the ceremony, which featured remarks from NASA astronaut Dr. Yvonne Cagle as well as Johnson’s daughters, Joylette Hylick and Katherine Moore, and WVSU President Anthony L. Jenkins. The event received unprecedented national media exposure with stories appearing on the CBS National News, Huffington Post, Yahoo News, Newsweek and U.S. News & World Report to name a few. The life-sized bronze statue depicting Johnson during her years as a mathematician at NASA was created by West Virginia sculptor Frederick Hightower, an alumnus of WVSU. During the ceremony, six of Johnson’s grandchildren pulled back the veil to reveal the statue. The statue stands between Cole Complex and Dawson Hall on WVSU’s campus. The scholarship builds upon Johnson’s legacy as a pioneer in mathematics and will benefit West Virginia students majoring in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) with emphasis on assisting talented individuals who are underrepresented in those fields. The addition of these new scholarships in the STEM field further underscores the University’s mission by providing qualified graduates in these high demand areas.

UNIVERSITY PLANS TO LAUNCH NURSING PROGRAM Responding to a state and nationwide shortage, the University is launching a new nursing program in fall 2019 that will offer a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), and a RN to BSN program for registered nurses with an associate’s degree seeking to complete their BSN. The John L. Dickinson Family awarded the University a $500,000 matching grant to support the University’s nursing program. According to the American Nurses Association, by 2022 there will be a need for 3.4 million nurses nationwide, a 20 percent increase compared with current levels. In West Virginia, 50 of West Virginia’s 55 counties are federally designated, either in part or full, as Health Professional Shortage Areas or Medically Underserved Areas. Many rural clinics are operated primarily by nurses and other allied health professionals. The addition of this nursing program will further position the University to be a vital player in addressing the health care needs of West Virginia and the nation for years to come and enhances the University’s ability to fulfill its mission to meet the higher education and economic development needs of the state and region through innovative teaching and applied research.

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WVSU RECEIVES $894,000 IN FEDERAL RESEARCH GRANTS ADDRESSING FOOD SECURITY West Virginia State University (WVSU) received grant funds totaling more than $894,000 from the United States Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture for research projects addressing food security. The grants fund two research projects that use genetic techniques to improve the health benefits of certain fruits and vegetables, while providing experiential learning opportunities for 16 undergraduate and graduate students. One project, entitled “Strengthening Vegetable Improvement Center with Genomic Selection Tools for Nutraceuticals and Fruit Quality,” funded for $597,406, seeks to maximize the nutritional value and health benefits of pepper and watermelon varieties. A second project, entitled “Harnessing Whole Genome Sequence of Pepper for Association Mapping of Novel Fruit Quality Phenotypes with Enhanced Phytonutrients,” focuses on plant DNA sequencing to breed higher-quality pepper crops. The project was funded for $296,942. These projects not only provide hands-on experience for WVSU students but has long-range benefits for both growers and consumers in West Virginia by providing the former higher-quality crop options for growing and the latter better, healthier fruits and vegetables to purchase.

SIGNIFICANT FINANCIAL COMMITMENT FROM ALUMNUS ALLOWS UNIVERSITY TO ESTABLISH LEARNING CENTER West Virginia State University (WVSU) received a significant financial commitment from a 1950 alumnus to establish a new high-tech learning center for students in the Education Department. The gift from Fred D. Thomas, Jr. will establish a learning center that will bear his name and feature smart technology to support interactive online instruction as well as group activities and research tutorials. An endowment established as part of the commitment will be used for ongoing maintenance of the center and technology updates ensuring that future generations of Yellow Jackets studying to be teachers will have the latest high-tech tools available to them in learning to lead the nation’s classrooms. Thomas came to WVSU after serving in the military shortly after the end of World War II. He graduated from the University in 1950 with a bachelor’s degree in biology and went on to serve as a middle school science teacher and curriculum coordinator for 35 years. The Fred D. Thomas, Jr. Learning Center of the Future is being built on the sixth floor of Wallace Hall.

STRAIGHT 2 STATE PROMOTES FOUR-YEAR DEGREE COMPLETION West Virginia State University (WVSU) is partnering with community and technical colleges on a new program allowing students who complete an associate degree a smoother transition to earning a bachelor’s degree. Through the Straight 2 STATE program, students from participating community and technical college who earn an associate degree will be guaranteed admission

into WVSU and into their selected major. In addition, all of their academic credits will transfer and be credited toward their degree. New River Community and Technical College and BridgeValley Community and Technical College are the first partners in the Straight 2 STATE program. The program is the first of its kind in West Virginia and began with the fall 2018 semester.

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WEST VIRGINIA STATE UNIVERSITY ONLINE CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROGRAM RECOGNIZED NATIONALLY

WEST VIRGINIA STATE UNIVERSITY ONLINE WRITING PROGRAM NAMED AMONG THE NATION’S BEST

In 2016, West Virginia State University (WVSU) began offering several fully online degree programs to make obtaining a college education as accessible as possible for today’s learners. Recently, the University’s fully online bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice was recognized as one of the most affordable online Criminal Justice programs in the country by TheBestSchools.org. WVSU’s Criminal Justice program was ranked No. 4 in the country among online programs based on factors including academic excellence, faculty, reputation, financial aid and strength of online instruction methodology. Students in WVSU’s online program gain in-depth knowledge of the criminal justice system and its role in society. The curriculum aligns with the standards of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.

West Virginia State University’s (WVSU) online bachelor’s degree in English-Technical Writing has been recognized as one of the top online writing programs in the country by TheBestSchools. org. WVSU’s program was ranked No. 15 in the country among all accredited online programs based on factors including academic excellence, faculty, reputation, financial aid and strength of online instruction methodology. The online EnglishTechnical Writing degree is a 120-credit hour program designed for students to develop critical reading and analytical thinking skills, while fostering a business-minded approach to writing. The University will continue to develop and implement fully online degree programs in other program areas to ensure that it remains competitive with other institutions in the field on online learning.

WEST VIRGINIA STATE UNIVERSITY DUAL CREDIT PROGRAM EARNS NATIONAL ACCREDITATION West Virginia State University (WVSU) has become the first college in West Virginia to earn accreditation from the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP) for its Yellow Jacket Connection dual credit program. Through the Yellow Jacket Connection program, high school students at participating schools are able to earn college credit by taking courses at their schools taught by qualified instructors. Concurrent and dual enrollment partnerships provide high school students the opportunity to take college credit-bearing courses. As the national accrediting body for concurrent enrollment partnerships, NACEP helps programs adhere to the high standards so students experience a seamless transition to college and teacher benefit from meaningful, ongoing professional development. NACEP is a professional membership organization supporting programs that offer college courses to high school students. NACEP’s national network of 450 colleges and universities, 70 high schools and school districts and 30 state agencies and system offices actively share the latest knowledge about best practices, research and advocacy. WVSU’s dual credit program is the largest among all colleges and universities in West Virginia.

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STUDENT SUCCESS & RETENTION STUDENT ARTWORK SHOWCASED AT EXHIBIT AT UNITED STATES COURTHOUSE IN CHARLESTON

WVSU STUDENT RECEIVES NATIONAL RECOGNITION West Virginia State University (WVSU) senior Edgar Lopez-Torres was one of 63 students from throughout the nation selected as 2018 HBCU Competitive Scholars by the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), the Initiative’s highest student recognition. In the course of their one-year term, Competitive Scholars will learn and share proven and promising practices that support individual and HBCU competitiveness, with the goal of strengthening prospects for career and life success. During his academic career at WVSU, Lopez-Torres, a chemistry major, has been an active member of the school’s chapter of the American Chemical Society (ACS). In spring 2018, he was one of 15 undergraduate students in the world to receive the Student Leadership Award from ACS. Founded in 1876 and chartered by the U.S. Congress, ACS is the world’s largest scientific society. Its mission is to advance the broader chemistry enterprise and its practitioners for the benefit of Earth and its people. ACS student chapters are organizations for undergraduate students with an interest in the chemical sciences.

A selection of artwork produced by West Virginia State University (WVSU) students and faculty was on display at the Robert C. Byrd United States Courthouse in Charleston throughout the fall of 2018. “WVSU Selected Works 2018: A curated selection of artworks by WVSU Art Department students and faculty” was on display to the public at the courthouse from August through October. The exhibit marks the beginning of the WVSU Art Department’s permanent collection, and represents artwork done by faculty and students over the last 10 years. WVSU students whose work is featured in the exhibit are Kelsey Decker, Kaylee Dillon, Sarah Driggs, Wesley Eary, Sharron Ford, Heather Gibson, Rachel Long, Jessica McClanahan, Daniel Morton, Christopher Moynahan, Michael Parsley, Kaci Rogers, Thomas Traeshawn and Anthony Young. The artwork is the start of a permanent collection on the WVSU campus that will be displayed in the Della Brown Taylor Hardman Gallery in the Davis Fine Arts Building on a rotating basis.

INNOVATIVE RESEARCH ROOKIES PROGRAM PROVIDES STUDENTS WITH OPPORTUNITIES Designed for highly motivated students with a strong commitment to STEM initiatives, the West Virginia State University (WVSU) Research Rookies Program provides freshman and sophomore students the opportunity to participate in cutting-edge research, explore their intended major, develop relationships with faculty and cultivate critical thinking skills. Since the Research Rookies program launched in 2013, it has had a measurable impact on the interest and engagement of students in research at WVSU. In the

first four years of the program, the University realized an 85 percent retention rate for students in the program. Of the 26 students who have participated, three have graduated, one transferred to WVU as part of the 2+2 engineering program, and 20 are successfully enrolled in STEM fields including biology, chemistry, psychology, sports studies and mathematics with an average GPA of 3.26. Research Rookies is supported by American Electric Power, Dow and AT&T.

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WVSU COMMITTED TO ACCESS TO EDUCATION FOR MCDOWELL COUNTY STUDENTS WVSU EDUCATION HONOR SOCIETY RECOGNIZED WITH ACHIEVING CHAPTER EXCELLENCE AWARD West Virginia State University’s (WVSU) chapter of the international Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society in Education has received the organization’s highest honor, the Achieving Chapter Excellence (ACE) award. The ACE award recognizes Kappa Delta Pi chapters that demonstrate excellence in membership, leadership development, and programming in support of the Society’s mission and strategic goals. The WVSU Lambda Zeta Chapter received the award at the organization’s biennial convocation in Pittsburgh in October. The Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education was founded in 1911 to foster excellence in education and promote fellowship among those dedicated to teaching. For over a century, the Society has consistently grown, starting with a local chapter to become the international organization it is today, with an estimated membership that exceeds 1.2 million.

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WVSU President Anthony L. Jenkins and members of his administrative team, as well as University admissions representatives and academic program representatives, visited McDowell County in March 2018. The mobile recruitment effort brought WVSU students, faculty and staff to share with McDowell County high school juniors and seniors what would await them in college if they choose to be part of the Yellow Jacket Nation for their college education. The day began at Mount View High School with an assembly in the school auditorium followed by an informational fair in the school cafeteria. The assembly featured remarks from President Jenkins as well as Delegate Ed Evans, D-McDowell, and current WVSU student Brittany Graham, a native of McDowell County and graduate of Mount View. WVSU mascot Stinger also made an appearance, tossing t-shirts into the crowd and joining in leading the students in a “Go State” cheer. Following the stop in Welch, WVSU’s visit to McDowell County continued at River View High School in Bradshaw with an assembly in the school’s auditorium followed by an informational fair. In addition to President Jenkins and Delegate Evans, McDowell County Schools Superintendent Nelson Spencer joined the assembly at River View High School. During the day, President Jenkins also presented presidential scholarships to three McDowell County seniors who enrolled at WVSU.

West Virginia higher education leaders have committed to the state’s Momentum Pathways Project, a program that uses proven strategies to improve student success during the first year of college and sustain that momentum through to graduation. The Momentum Pathways Project will focus on 15 to Finish, adviser training, and the use of degree maps. A research-based initiative originally launched in Hawaii, 15 to Finish encourages students to take 15 credit hours per semester or 30 per year, increasing their likelihood of success and ensuring that they graduate on time. Since 2012, West Virginia has been working with Complete College America (CCA) to increase the number of West Virginians with a certificate or degree beyond a high school diploma. West Virginia State University President Anthony L. Jenkins serves as the equity lead for the CCA team in West Virginia. In this role he works to close achievement gaps by race, income, age or other fragile populations.


STUDENT-ATHLETES POST IMPRESSIVE NUMBERS IN COMPETITION AND IN THE CLASSROOM There were 218 student-athletes at WVSU in 201718 and this past spring 124 of those earned a 3.0 or better GPA. The women’s tennis team won its sixth consecutive conference championship and posted a 3.68 team GPA for the year. The program has posted similar GPA every season they have won a championship. The team has been named an All-Academic Team by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association 11 of the past 12 years. Junior Laura Isbey was named the Mountain East Conference Player of the Year for a second time and carried a perfect 4.0 in the classroom as did four of her teammates in the spring. Isbey was selected to the CoSida Division II District 2 All-Academic team. That was in spite of missing part of finals week when the squad advanced to the NCAA Division II Sweet 16 in the NCAA tournament and traveled to Arizona to play. The softball team also won an MEC championship played the first week in May. That meant the players were on the road competing for a title the three days before finals began. Thursday of finals week they were again on the road playing in the NCAA Regional. The softball student-athletes had made their first trip of the season way back on February 2 and 3 when they played in a tournament at UNC-Pembroke. Still, as a group, they produced a GPA of 3.2 including eight players who finished above 3.5. Overall this past spring 16 student-athletes earned a perfect 4.0 GPA. The Yellow Jacket baseball team qualified for the MEC tournament with 23 of 31 players on the team posting a 3.0 GPA or better. The Yellow Jackets’ Andrew Stone was selected as the MEC Freshman of the Year by a vote of the league’s baseball coaches. Stone was also a second team All-MEC pick along with teammates Colby Gainer and Tyrel Panter. In the first season under new Head Coach Kris Kern the volleyball team won more matches than the previous two seasons combined while posting a 3.2 GPA. Both the men’s and women’s basketball teams qualified for the Mountain East Conference tournament with the women advancing all the way to the semifinals. A full 60 percent of each squad’s roster had a 3.0 GPA or better. The football team recorded its first winning season since 2008 at 6-5 and saw the overall team GPA continue to improve with 40 players achieving a 3.0 or better GPA in the spring. A total of 15 seniors completed their degrees with 13 of those completing all of their college work at WVSU.

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EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING ROTC YELLOW JACKET BATTALION – A HISTORY OF LEADERSHIP Fostering military leadership has a long history at West Virginia State University (WVSU) dating to the institution’s founding in 1891. Since World War II, the University has been home to an ROTC program that has proven to be one of the best in the nation for an institution of its size. Since its inception, the Yellow Jacket ROTC Battalion has commissioned over 900 men and women as second lieutenants in the United States Army as well as produced 15 officers who have obtained the rank of general. Over 100 alumni achieving the rank of Lieutenant Colonel or higher are recognized in the ROTC Hall of Fame. Today, Cadets who earn at least a bachelor’s degree and meet all other requirements may be commissioned in any of the Army’s branches, launching a career in military service and leadership. Commissioning takes place as part of May and December commencements at WVSU. In May 2018, Cadet Delanta Yancey was commissioned, and in December 2018 Cadets Dalton Masters and Aaron Tompkins were commissioned.

WVSU STUDENTS CONDUCT RESEARCH AROUND THE WORLD Two West Virginia State University (WVSU) biology majors were selected to participate in international research opportunities during the summer of 2018. Students traveled to Costa Rica and France to conduct research alongside accomplished scientists. Edwina Barnett traveled to La Selva, Costa Rica, to study the effects different treatments have on seedling germination in legumes through the Research Experience for Undergraduates for U.S. Underrepresented Minority Students Summer Program. Ky’Achia Atkins traveled to Toulouse, France, where she attended a research workshop and had the opportunity to shadow a French scientist. The opportunities were provided through the Kentucky-West Virginia Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation, a consortium of colleges and universities working together to create, enhance and expand programs designed to broaden participation and increase the quality and quantity of students from underrepresented populations who receive degrees in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines.

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WVSU HOSTS SUMMER RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM West Virginia State University (WVSU) hosted its annual Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) program symposium in July. The program provides summer learning opportunities to students pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) degrees. Funded by the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission’s (HEPC) Division of Science and Research, SURE encourages promising and enthusiastic young researchers in the STEM fields by supporting opportunities to continue academic research during the summer months. Selected students receive a financial stipend for a 10-week period, working with faculty members to continue research projects. A total of 28 students, working with 12 faculty members, participated in the SURE program and presented projects at the symposium.

WVSU STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN NASA ROCKET LAUNCH

West Virginia State University (WVSU) students participated in a successful launch of a NASA suborbital sounding rocket at the NASA Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia in August. More than 100 students from over 15 universities and community colleges around the U.S. collaborated to design, build and launch experiments into space as part of the RockSat-X program, which allows students to build their own experimental payloads and launch them on a NASA sounding rocket. The payload flew to an altitude of 94 miles during its suborbital flight. It descended by parachute and landed in the Atlantic Ocean, where it was recovered for the data to be analyzed.

WVSU PROGRAM MOVES FULL STEAM AHEAD AT MARY C. SNOW Students at Mary C. Snow West Side Elementary School in Charleston are helping to guide their own science-based lessons and activities with an after-school initiative led by West Virginia State University (WVSU) Extension Service. Extension agents are working with grades K-5 to offer STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) programs based on the needs and wants identified by students themselves. WVSU staff and student volunteers launched the first set of STEAM activities at Mary C. Snow’s after-school program, with a curriculum designed by a WVSU student, focusing on recycling and reuse. According to school officials, the program is piquing students’ interest in science.

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COMMUNITY IMPACT HEALTHY GRANDFAMILIES PROGRAM EXPANDS TO NEW COUNTIES West Virginia is among the states with the highest percentage of grandparents providing full-time care to their grandchildren. To address this growing epidemic, West Virginia State University (WVSU) launched the Healthy Grandfamilies initiative in Kanawha County and has expanded into Clay and Jackson counties. Healthy Grandfamilies provides education, support and resources to grandparents who are raising their grandchildren. The program consists of a series of discussion sessions focusing on topics such as communications, technology, social media, nutrition, legal issues, stress management, navigating the public school system, 21st century parenting, family response to addiction and more. Participants are provided three months of free follow-up services with the project’s licensed social worker. Such services include assistance with locating community resources, confidential help in meeting unique family needs and advocacy services. Healthy Grandfamilies has drawn national attention with CBS News coming to West Virginia during the fall of 2018 to do a story about the program and its participants. Healthy Grandfamilies is a collaboration between WVSU’s Department of Social Work and WVSU Extension Service.

WVSU EFNEP PROGRAM TARGETS RECOVERING ADDICTS A program led by West Virginia State University (WVSU) Extension Service is helping West Virginians struggling with substance use disorders to make smarter, healthier choices on their road to recovery. An initiative of the USDA, the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) provides instruction on health, nutrition and physical activity but does not traditionally target recovering addicts. With West Virginia being labeled by some as “ground zero for the opioid epidemic,” WVSU is taking a unique approach to help people in need. While the program traditionally targets low-income families, WVSU Extension Service personnel began offering the EFNEP classes at sites such as Recovery Point in Charleston and Huntington to help people in recovery learn the basics of good health and nutrition. Through weekly classes, participants learn to be more physically active, drink more water and spend wisely at the supermarket. Lessons on health-conscious spending, proper nutrition and serving sizes are supplemented with physical activity to get participants moving.

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WEST VIRGINIA STATE UNIVERSITY RECEIVES $2.5 MILLION GRANT TO RESTORE UPWARD BOUND The United States Department of Education has awarded West Virginia State University (WVSU) a five-year $2.5 million federal grant to resume Upward Bound services on campus. The announcement of the approval of federal funding came from West Virginia’s two United States Senators, Joe Manchin, and Shelley Moore Capito, who had worked to restore the program’s funding after it was lost last year. Upward Bound is a federally funded program designed to identify and provide services for firstgeneration college-bound high school students. The program had operated on the campus of WVSU since 1965 before funding was lost last year. Upward Bound exposes participants to academic, cultural, social and recreational activities. These experiences can help a student become successful in post-secondary education and beyond. During the regular school year Upward Bound students meet two Saturdays a month to take supplemental classes that help them increase their skills in math, English, history and science. Students also have access to free tutoring weekly. In the summer, Upward Bound students attend a six-week residential program on the WVSU campus designed to give them a head start on their next year in school.


UNIVERSITY FINANCIAL DATA    

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A Message from

THE WVSU FOUNDATION

The WVSU Foundation Board of Directors is proud to partner with West Virginia State University to raise and manage funds for the benefit and support of the University and its students. There has never been a more important time to be engaged in that work, as we seek to address the many challenges facing our state and nation. With the strong leadership of President Anthony L. Jenkins and the generous support of all those listed in the Honor Roll of Donors, $2,469,260 in new gifts and pledges were received during the 2017-2018 fiscal year, more than double the amount received the previous year. The impact of gifts to the WVSU Foundation can be felt in countless ways, from the 237 students who received Foundation scholarships this year, to the transformative gifts in support of such innovative programs as Chemical Engineering, Education, and Nursing, to the stunning statue and endowed scholarship honoring Katherine Coleman Goble Johnson. This year the WVSU Foundation was also proud to award more than $100,000 in grants to University programs and departments. As you review the information on these pages, please join us in considering what you can do to make 2018-2019 even better! Remember, It Starts at STATE! With gratitude,

Mark H. Pendleton, Class of 1987 Patricia J. Schumann Chair, WVSU Foundation Board of Directors Vice President for University Advancement, Communications and Marketing President, WVSU Foundation, Inc.

GRANTS AWARDED TO SUPPORT UNIVERSITY PROGRAMS AND DEPARTMENTS by WVSU Foundation

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Musical Performance Instrument

$13,120

Criminal Justice Forensics Lab

$25,081

College of Business / Instructional Technology

$20,250

Psychology Department, Testing Instrument

$1,259

Student Success Programs

$11,424

Student Recruitment

$15,000

WVSU Television Commercial

$25,000

New Stinger Costume

$3,575


HONOR ROLL OF DONORS

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE The John W. Davis Club $10,000+

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. /International Headquarters American Chemical Society American Electric Power Foundation AT&T BB&T Foundation Brickstreet Foundation Brickstreet Insurance Canton Pediatric Dental Center, LLC Cape Fear Aesthetics Cecil I. Walker Charitable Trust Col. Pamela D. Carter, ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Combs Mr. Oshel B. Craigo and Mrs. Joanna Parkins Craigo Dr. Edward E. Dickerson, IV, ’88 and Dr. Andrea Dickerson Dr. Sami M. Ghareeb, ’69 Dr. Michael A. Harpold, ’64 Helen Wood Poffenbarger and Perry S. Poffenbarger Foundation Mrs. Mildred T. Holt, ’46 Huntington National Bank Brig. Gen. (Ret.) Walter F. Johnson, III, ’61 and Mrs. Doris W. Johnson Keswick Pharmaceuticals, LLC Dr. Samuel W. Lynch, ’61 Hilliard Lyons Maier Foundation, Inc. Mr. Gregory V. Monroe, Sr., ’80 Monsanto Fund Mullen Plumbing, Heating and Cooling Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Orcutt Mr. and Mrs. S. Lester Raines Dr. Lateef Y. Saffore, ’96 and Dr. S. Y. Aranmolate-Saffore, ’99 Dr. Ann Brothers Smith, ’64 The Hon. Booker T. Stephens, ’66 and Gloria M. Stephens, Esq., ’74 Subway Development of W.Va. Ms. YLonne Fullen Swails, ’72 The Bernard H. & Blanche E. Jacobson Foundation Mr. Fred D. Thomas, Jr., ’50 Mr. D. Stephen Walker and Mrs. Diane H. Walker Steven F. White, Esq. and Mrs. Katy White Ms. M. Sue Woodward, CFRE WVSU Research & Development Corporation

The William J.L. Wallace Club $5,000-$9,999

Ms. Jameela Ball-Allen, ’97 Mr. Dennis L. Boyden, ’77 The Hon. and Mrs. W. Kent Carper, ’75 Dr. J. Ted Childs, Jr., ’67 Fidelity Charitable Frank Walker Law

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Funderburk, III, ’66 Ms. Brunetta Gamble-Dillard, ’94 The Hon. and Mrs. C. Edward Gaunch, ’70 Hattie M. Strong Foundation Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc./TAU Chapter The Family of Katherine Johnson Dr. and Mrs. Anthony L. Jenkins Paul A. Konstanty, Esq. and Mrs. Emily S. Konstanty, ’16 Mark W. Kelley, Esq., ’88 Mrs. Gail S. McCormick Dr. Orlando F. McMeans Mr. and Mrs. David L. Rader Ray, Winton & Kelley, PLLC Reserve Oil & Gas, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Sawyers, ’74 Ms. Patricia J. Schumann Steptoe & Johnson Mr. Gary L. Swingle, ’70 and Mrs. Kathi M. Swingle, ’70 The Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation The Philadelphia Foundation WVSU Alumni/ Atlanta Chapter WVSU Local ‘W’ Club

Mr. John T. Poffenbarger and Mrs. Susan G. Poffenbarger Quanta Financial, LLC Mrs. Camille Shipman-McQueen, ’96 Ms. Deborah A. Sink, ’09 Dr. and Mrs. Lynn Smith, ’62 Brig. Gen. (Ret.) Robert L. Stephens, Jr., ’62 and Mrs. Olivia B. Stephens, ’62 Dr. Jose Ulises Toledo and Mrs. Kellie J. Toledo United Bank United Supreme Council Charitable Foundation Ms. Julie A. Vass, ’66 Mr. Frank C. Walker, II, ’98 and Mrs. Jennifer J. Walker, ’95 The Hon. Reggie B. Walton, ’71 WesBanco Bank, Inc. WV AKA Chapters WVSU Alumni/ Metropolitan Washington Chapter WVSU Alumni/ North Carolina Triad Chapter WVSU Alumni/ Houston Chapter WVSU National ‘W’ Club ZMM Architects & Engineers

The Byrd Prillerman Club $2,500-$4,999

President’s Circle Member $1,000-$2,499

Affiliate Services Alexander Loan Review & Consulting, LLC Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity/ Alpha Zeta Chapter Arnett Carbis Toothman, LLP Arnett Carbis Toothman Wealth Advisors, LLC Bailey & Glasser, LLP Mr. Everett H. Bayliss, ’60 Mr. Gregory A. Burton and Mrs. Kimberly C. Burton, ’81 City Holding Company Rev. Leonard D. Comithier, ’66 Ms. Lenora A. Cordell, ’64 Dolan & Kalaskey, LTD Orthodontists Ernst & Young Foundation Mr. D.A. Freshwater Mr. J.S. Freshwater Gray, Griffith & Mays, A.C. Mr. T. Stephen Gillespie, ’74 Mr. and Mrs. David K. Hendrickson James F. Humphreys, Esq. Col. (Ret.) Cardell S. Hunter, ’68 Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Jones Ms. Jeri L. Lawler, ’69 Mrs. Reginia S. Lipscomb, ’77 Col. (Ret.) Vandy L. Miller, ’54 Monarch Family of Hotels Mr. Francis ‘Jinx’ Monroe, ’76 and Mrs. Ethel T. Monroe, ’77 Lt. Col. (Ret.) Francisco B. Newman, Jr., ’53 Nitro Electric Company, Inc. Mr. Joseph D. Nixon, Jr., ’56 and Mrs. Arline B. Nixon, ’56 P.M. Services of Ohio, LLC Ms. E. Gail Pitchford, ’78

Mr. Erskine S. Agee, ’61 and Mrs. Elinor R. Agee, ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Akers Mrs. Patricia L. Alexander, ’85 Mrs. Judith T. Allen, ’60 Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority/Alpha Omicron Omega Chapter Ms. Helen G. Anderson, ’69 Mrs. MaryAnne S. Andrews, ’59 Mr. Carl G. Arrington, ’67 and Mrs. Edna C. Arrington, ’67 A to Z Rentals AXA Foundation Mr. Oree Banks Rev. Mr. David W. Bartemes, ’61 and Mrs. Cora P. Bartemes, ’62 Ms. Betty M. Bates, ’72 BB&T - West Virginia Region Mr. W. Marston Becker and Mrs. Katherine B. Becker Mr. and Mrs. Vernon A. Bell, Sr., ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Bell, ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Arturo G. Bellettini Dr. Reginald Bess, ’67 Mr. Eric V. Billups, ’73 Mr. A.D. Birbilis, ’93 Mrs. Barbara J. Black, ’89 and Mr. Fred D. Black* Mr. Danny F. Blair, ’68 and Mrs. Sandra K. Blair, ’67 Mr. Charles G. Boddy, ’70 Attorney and Mrs. James G. Bordas, Jr., ’68 Drs. Thomas D. Boston, ’68 and Catherine Ross Mrs. Doris J. Boyden-McCormick, ’67 Bradley Allen & Company, LLC

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Ms. Talisha M. Bradley, ’96 Dr. Juanita O. Brooks, ’68 Ms. Danika M. Brown, ’06 Mr. Owens Brown Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club Mr. Nathan Burton Dr. R. Charles Byers, ’68 and Mrs. Edithe R. Byers, ’70 Ms. Janice E. Cabbell, ’67 Cabell Huntington Hospital Mrs. Lois A. Capers, ’17 Dr. Paige Carney-Salgado and Mr. Vito Salgado Mrs. Opal A. Carter, ’47 Dr. Swanson D. Carter, ’68* and Mrs. Carolyn A. Carter Mr. John Carter and Mrs. Iris B. Carter, ’59 Mr. Stuart Catlin, ’69 Charleston Civic Center Charleston Woman’s Improvement League Dr. Elizabeth E. Chilton Dr. Morris S. Clark, ’67 Mr. and Mrs. William E. Clark, Jr., ’70 Clay Music Company Mr. Matt Coleman, ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Conyers, Jr., ’69 CPG Charitable Foundation Delta Airlines Foundation Delta Sigma Theta Sorority/Charleston Institute Alumae Chapter Mr. W. Hugo Diggs, ’72 and Mrs. Sharon C.W. Diggs, ’70 Mrs. Shirley S. Dissen, ’88 and Mr. James Dissen Ms. Brenda Dixon, ’72 Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Paul H. Easley, Sr., ’56 Mr. Randolph T. Edwards, ’56 and Mrs. Elva J. Edwards Mr. Bryan A. Elkins, ’68 and Mrs. Jeannie L. Elkins Mrs. Mildred Ellis, ’66 Dr. Frank E. Enty, ’50 and Mrs. Luvern Enty Mr. Moses Erkins and Mrs. Vivian R. Erkins, ’72 Mrs. Sandra Davis Evans, ’60 and Mr. Robert F. Evans Exzella, Inc. Fifth Third Bank Col. Harold G. Fisher Ms. Pamela W. Fowler Mr. John L. Fuller, Jr., ’98 and Mrs. Belinda K. Fuller, ’06 Dr. John L. Fuller, Sr., ’65 and Mrs. Charlotte L. Fuller, ’81 Mr. Ronald E. Galvin, ’67 Georgia-Pacific Financial Management, LLC Ghareeb Dental Group Mr. Derrick Grant, ’97 and Mrs. Kenyatta Grant Dr. Phyllis Gray-Ray The Hon. and Mrs. William P. Greene, Jr., ’65 Mr. George H. Greene, ’47 Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Edward Greer, ’48 and Mrs. Jewell M. Greer, ’48 Dr. Electra Greer, ’68

Mr. Maurice R. Gregg, ’62 Dr. Thomas F. Guetzloff Mr. Charles L. Hairston, ’49 and Mrs. Nona Hairston, ’48 Mr. Darryl K. Hairston, ’75 and Mrs. Bonzetta L. Hairston, ’76 Dr. Marylen E. Harmon, ’70 Mrs. Barbara J. Harris, ’65 and Mr. Robert D. Harris Mrs. Gwendolyn Hemphill Herbert Henderson Office of Minority Affairs Mr. Cordell Henderson and Ms. Janette C. Henderson, ’62 Dr. Ray L. Henderson and Mrs. Annette. C. Henderson, ’62 Ms. Jennifer R. Herrald, ’02 Mr. Thomas A. Heywood and Ms. Melody A. Simpson Dr. Karen G. Hickman and Mr. J. Gary Hickman, ’63 Mr. Owen S. Higgins Mr. G.S. Hill and Mrs. Janie H. Hill Ms. Antoinette Hodges, ’66 Dr. and Mrs. Haywood Holder, ’64 Ms. Brenda J. Howard, ’76 Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Hrko, ’95 Ms. Shelia V. Hunt, ’77 Ms. Martha B. Hunt, ’49 Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Hurley, ’76 IMS/Sleep Outfitters, Mattress Warehouse & Mattress King Mrs. Jessica L. Jamison, ’03 Mrs. Doris W. Johnson, ’62 Dr. Katherine Johnson, ’37 Mr. Charles E. Jones and Mrs. Minnie H. Jones, ’68 Mr. Cornelious ‘Papa’ Jones, ’68 and Mrs. Mary Jo Jones, ’78 Kanawha Valley Advertising Mr. Asaad N. Karam, ’82 and Mrs. Deanna R. Karam, ’84 The Hon. Damon J. Keith, ’43 Mrs. Barbara A. Lacy, ’56 Mrs. Robin A. Lassak Mr. and Mrs. William O. Law, ’65 Mr. and Mrs. James S. Lewis, ’56 Little Caesar’s Pizza Mr. and Mrs. Emmanuel S. Livingston, Jr., ’77 Mrs. Paulette A. Mabry, ’68 Dr. John R. Magan Mr. John F. Mandt, Jr. Ms. Lydia R. Martin, ’64 Ms. Judy Mason, ’78 Mrs. Louise M. McGhee, ’55 Lt. Col. (Ret.) Bernice McGhee, ’52 Mr. and Mrs. Allan McVey, ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Meadows, ’65 Mrs. Patricia S. Meadows, ’68 Mr. Hughie E. Mills, ’49 and Mrs. Greta L. Mills, ’49 Dr. Flodella E. Mitchell, ’64 Mrs. Ruth E. Mitchell, ’68

Recognizes gifts received between July 1, 2017 and June 30 2018

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Mr. Isom Mobley, ’74 and Mrs. Anita L. Mobley, ’74 Maj. (Ret.) Harry E. Monroe, Jr., ’71 Tameika Montgomery, Esq. Lt. Col. (Ret.) and Mrs. Johnny M. Moses, ’59 Moses Toyota Lexus Lt. Col. (Ret.) Kenneth R. Mosley, ’68 Dr. George Moss, ’60 Nationwide Insurance Foundation Ms. Carol Parham-Bell, ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. Pendleton, ’87 Dr. Ernest N. Pennington, D.D.S. Mr. and Mrs. Everett L. Person, ’68 Mr. W. Marshall Petty, ’72 Dr. Thomas G. Potterfield Office & Commercial Cleaning-WV, LLC Dr. and Mrs. Orren L. Rayford, ’63 Ms. Diane Redd, ’67 Mr. Timothy L. Redifer Dr. Vincent E. Reed, ’52* and Mrs. Frances B. Reed, ’57 Ms. Judith Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Robinson Mrs. Gytina Y. Roy, ’87 Col. Joseph Saunders, ’83 Lt. Col. (Ret.) William T. Sawyers, ’70 and Mrs. Amanda Sawyers, ’72 Dr. Luther W. Seabrook, ’54 Dr. Sheri A. Sesay-Tuffour, ’98 and Mr. Kwabena O. Tuffour, ’96 Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity Silling Associates, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Slade, ’56 Ms. Diane Slaughter Mr. and Mrs. Gary Slutsky Mr. Douglas B. Smoot, ’71 Mr. Lewis R. Smoot, Sr. and Mrs. Genevieve W. Smoot, ’56 Somerville & Company, PLLC Mr. David K. Sowards Mrs. Betty C. Spencer, ’67 and Mr. James W. Spencer Spilman Thomas & Battle Stewart-Bell PLLC Stonerise Healthcare Ms. Patricia A. Stovall, ’75 Ms. Diane W. Strong-Treister Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Strong, ’60 Ms. Andrea L. Taylor Johnny Taylor, Esq. The Charleston-Institute “WV” Chapter, The Links Inc. The GE Foundation The Huntington (WV) Chapter, The Links, Inc. The Strong Treister Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. L. Newton Thomas Mrs. Pamela E. Thomas-Myers, ’95 Tri-State Roofing & Sheet Metal Company TSG Consulting LLC Maj. Gen. (Ret.) and Mrs. Joseph E. Turner, ’61 Mr. Aaron M. Turpeau, ’64 Dr. Yvette Underdue Murph


Mr. and Mrs. John Valentine, ’76 Verizon Foundation Maj. (Ret.) and Mrs. Dale L. Volley, ’77 Dr. Rob M. Wallace and Mrs. Cathy Wallace Ms. Paula C. Watson, ’64 Mr. Louis Weisberg and Mrs. Elizabeth Weisberg West Virginia State Conference of NAACP Dr. Sherry R. Whitaker, ’92 Dr. Cassandra Whyte and Mr. William Whyte Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Wilkerson, Sr., ’73 Leon Vincent Williams, Esq., ’72 Mr. Nathaniel A. Williams, ’66 Mrs. Patricia C. Wilson, ’67 Ms. Sandy Wilson, ’67 Ms. Louise Wiseman WVSU Alumni/Charlotte Area Chapter WVSU Alumni/Chicago/Gary Chapter WVSU Alumni/Cleveland Chapter WVSU Alumni/Detroit Chapter WVSU Alumni/Hampton Roads Chapter WVSU Alumni/Indianapolis Chapter WVSU Alumni/Kanawha Valley Chapter WVSU Alumni/New York/New Jersey Chapter WVSU Alumni/Raleigh Durham Chapter WVSU Alumni/Richmond-Central VA Chapter WVSU Alumni/South Carolina Chapter WVSU National Alumni Association, Inc. WVSU Virtual Alumni Graduate Chapter of Groove Phi Groove

Ms. Naomi V. Martin Ms. Saundra B. McCray Mrs. Thelma W. McDaniel Mrs. Louise M. McGhee Col. (Ret.) Vandy L. Miller Mr. Gregory V. Monroe, Sr. Ms. Carol Parham-Bell Dr. Taylor J. Perry, Jr. Dr. William F. Pickard Ms. Rosa L. Pickel Mrs. E. Gail Pitchford Mrs. Frances B. Reed Mr. and Mrs. William E. Sawyers Ms. Diane Slaughter Dr. Ann Brothers Smith The Hon. Booker T. Stephens and Gloria M. Stephens, Esq. Mrs. Kathryn T. Sutphin* Ms. YLonne Fullen Swails Mr. Gary L. Swingle Mr. Fred D. Thomas, Jr. Mr. Kwabena Tuffour Dr. Sheri Sesay-Tuffour Mr. Walter M. Wilkerson, Sr. and Mrs. Fatiema J. Wilkerson Mr. Richard D. Wolford

LEGACY SOCIETY

Ms. Betsy L. Allen Mrs. Debra M. Anderson-Conliffe Dr. Sonya M. Armstrong Ms. Betty M. Bates Ms. Janis A. Bennett Mr. James Blackwell Mr. Charles G. Boddy Mrs. Yvonne H. Brown Mr. James R. Buchanan Mr. Nathan Burton Mr. Christopher Clark Mr. Anthony Conyers, Jr. Mr. Jason K. Crutchfield Ms. Leighann J. Davidson Mr. Vasilios F. Dianellos Mrs. Maria D. Drake Capt. Michael G. Edwards Mrs. Vivian R. Erkins Mrs. Norma J. Fullen Ms. Deborah A. Fullen LCSW *Ms. Yvonne P. Fullen Dr. Richard Ford Mr. Mark L. Fuller Mrs. Belinda K. Fuller Ms. Brunetta C. Gamble-Dillard Dr. Thomas F. Guetzloff Dr. Katherine L. Harper Ms. Billie A. Hauser Mrs. Janie H. Hill Mr. Chris D. Jackson Dr. Kumara L. Jayasuriya

The Legacy Society recognizes those who have provided for the future of West Virginia State University by making the Foundation part of their estate or gift planning process and have informed the Foundation of their plans. Mrs. Patricia L. Alexander Mrs. Judith T. Allen Mr. and Mrs. William D. Allen Ms. Sharon S. Banks Mrs. Sheila T. Bias Dr. Juanita O. Brooks Mr. Jerry Brown, Jr. Dr. Rodye E. Butler Dr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Cole, Jr. Dr. Edward E. Dickerson, IV and Dr. Andrea K. Dickerson Ms. Janet L. Nabors-Feggett The Hon. Richard E. Fields Dr. Edward T. Gardner Ms. Elizabeth M. Harden Ms. Donna Hunter Mr. Morris O. Hurst Brig. Gen. (Ret.) and Mrs. Walter F. Johnson, III LTC (Ret.) C. Milton Kates The Hon. Damon J. Keith Dr. John A. Kelly, Jr. Lt. Col. (Ret.) Stanley Jenkins Mr. Robert L. Lewis Col. (Ret.) James A. Manning

TOWER CLUB

The Tower Club recognizes donors who give $18.91 or more per month.

Ms. Patricia R. King Ms. Barbara Korn Mr. Sean A. Loyd Dr. John R. Magan Mr. Ronnie D. McCullough Mrs. Kathy McDilda Dr. Orlando F. McMeans Dr. James J. Natsis Dr. Michael S. Pennington Ms. Theresa P. Polley-Shellcroft Mrs. Cynthia M. Rakes Dr. Timothy R. Ruhnke Dr. Lateef Y. Saffore Lt. Col. (Ret.) William and Mrs. Amanda T. Sawyers Ms. Patricia J. Schumann Mr. Chester Spriggs Dr. Kerri Steele Mr. David C. Stone Dr. Walter E. Stroupe Dr. Carolyn L. Stuart Dr. Jose Ulises Toledo Ms. Brenda M. Vanderford Mr. Frank C. Walker, II Lt. Col. (Ret.) Tyra Y. White Dr. Cassandra Whyte Leon Vincent Williams, Esq. Mrs. Lisa M. Williamson Mrs. Patricia C. Wilson Dr. Brenda Wilson Mr. Richard W. Wolfe Ms. M. Sue Woodward, CFRE

CHAMPIONS CLUB

The Champions Club recognizes donors who give $1,000 or more annually in unrestricted support of athletics. Mr. Mark Akers Mr. W. Marston Becker Mr. Nate Burton Mr. Joe Funderburk Ms. Brunetta Gamble-Dillard Dr. Mitri A. Ghareeb & Ghareeb Dental Group Mr. Sam Hrko Dr. Anthony L. Jenkins Mr. Melvin Jones Konstanty Family Mr. Sean Loyd Dr. Orlando McMeans Mr. David Rader Mr. William E. Sawyers Dr. Jose Ulises Toledo Mr. John Valentine Leon Vincent Williams, Esq.  

*Deceased Italics indicate employees of West Virginia State University

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ALUMNI

Class of 1937

Dr. Katherine Johnson

Class of 1938

Mrs. Laura E. Franklin

Class of 1943

The Hon. Damon J. Keith

Class of 1946

Mrs. Mildred T. Holt

Class of 1947

Mrs. Opal M. Carter Mr. George H. Greene

Class of 1948

Mrs. Thelsia C. Carman Mrs. Dorcas A. Carter Mrs. Jewell M. Greer Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Edward Greer Mrs. Nona Hairston Mrs. Deborah E. Maxwell Ms. Nellie L. Myers Mr. Thomas D. Wallace

Class of 1949

Mrs. Rosemarie L. Cook-Glover Mr. Charles L. Hairston Ms. Shirley Harris Mrs. Martha B. Hunt Mr. Hughie E. Mills Mrs. Greta L. Mills Mrs. Frankye D. Warren Mrs. Ruth D. Waugh Mr. Alfonzo Weatherford

Class of 1950

Dr. T.J. Anderson, Jr. Dr. Frank E. Enty Mrs. Norma J. Fullen Mrs. Mary A. Hammons Mrs. Rosemary R. Lewis Mrs. Mary I. Moore Mr. Fred D. Thomas, Jr.

Class of 1951

Mr. John C. Anderson Mr. Dexter L. Bennett Mrs. Ramona W. Broadnax Maj. Charles S. Corprew, Jr. Edward T. Haggins, Esq. Mrs. Anita D. McDonald Mrs. Dorothy E. Thomas

Class of 1952

Lt. Col. (Ret.) Bernice McGhee Mrs. Mildred B. Robinson

Class of 1953

Mrs. Yvonne H. Brown Mrs. Lita F. Hunt Mrs. Anita S. Jenkins Col. (Ret.) James A. Manning

Lt. Col. (Ret.) Francisco B. Newman, Jr. Ms. Aurora L. Trigg Lt. Col. (Ret.) Francis V. Wilson

Mrs. Barbara Jean Reynolds Dr. Langley A. Spurlock Col. (Ret.) Edwin A. Wilkerson

Class of 1954

Mrs. Judith T. Allen Mr. Everett H. Bayliss Lt. Col. (Ret.) Henry R. Bellinger Mrs. Lois K. Brooks Mrs. Jacquelyn B. Dawson Mrs. Sandra Davis Evans Mrs. June G. Garner Mrs. Barbara W. Gray Mr. Cordell Henderson Mr. Riley Henderson Mr. Alfonso C. Jackson Mrs. Lauretha W. Kellum Ms. Freida C. Maxwell Mr. Nazarean Mayes, Jr. Mr. Joseph C. Moorman Mrs. Madlyn W. Ridley-Fisher Ms. Dolores J. Stallings Mr. Robert H. Strong Mrs. Jean Watson-Jeffery Mrs. Marie Y. Woods

Lt. Col. (Ret.) Clifford L. Hill Ms. Shirley T. Lee Mrs. Mildred K. McKinney Col. (Ret.) Vandy L. Miller Mrs. Althea B. Millner Mrs. Joyce C. Sanchez Dr. Luther W. Seabrook Ms. Mattie G. Taylor Mr. Frederick Thomas

Class of 1955

Ms. Denise A. Conner Mrs. Louise M. McGhee Russell Washington, Esq.

Class of 1956

Rev. Dr. Paul H. Easley, Sr. Mr. Allen T. Eaton Mr. Randolph T. Edwards Mrs. Barbara A. Lacy Mr. Melvin D. Law Mr. James S. Lewis Mr. Joseph D. Nixon, Jr. Mrs. Arline B. Nixon Ms. Doris M. Robinson Mrs. Genevieve W. Smoot Mrs. Bobbie H. Tolliver

Class of 1957

Mrs. Shirley A. Colvin Dr. Virginia K. Lloyd Mr. James W. Morrison, Jr. Mrs. Frances B. Reed Mrs. Juanita W. Truitt

Class of 1958

Mrs. Eula K. Broadnax Mr. Howard E. Bush Mrs. Carrie H. Greene Mrs. Frances H. Mayes Mr. Joseph R. Millner, Jr. Mr. Willie R. Ponton Dr. Phillip M. Smith Mrs. Margaret G. Strickland Mrs. Juanita E. Wooten

Class of 1959

Mrs. MaryAnne S. Andrews Mr. Samuel W. Bacote Mrs. Beverly JoAnne L. Bates Mr. David Todd Carden Mrs. Iris B. Carter Mr. Joseph L. Craft Dr. E. Harden Graves Mrs. Louise E. Hill Mrs. Gloria M. Hylton Ms. Gladys M. Morrow Lt. Col. (Ret.) Johnny M. Moses Mrs. Barbara J. Peyton

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Class of 1960

Class of 1961

Mr. Erskine S. Agee Rev. Mr. David W. Bartemes Mr. James R. Burgess Mrs. Lily M. Cleveland Mr. Lumell H. Dawson Lt. Col. (Ret.) Lazelle E. Free Mrs. Bert L. Garrett Holt Brig. Gen. (Ret.) Walter F. Johnson, III Mr. Richard C. Jones Ms. Gail G. Lawrence Dr. Samuel W. Lynch Lt. Col. (Ret.) Ronald M. McLeod Dr. Charles E. Owens Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Joseph E. Turner

Class of 1962

Mrs. Elinor R. Agee Mrs. Willa M. Anderson Mrs. Cora P. Bartemes Mrs. Sinette E. Denson Mr. Johnny E. Estes Ms. Janette C. Henderson Mrs. Annette C. Henderson Mrs. Camilla M. Hicks Mr. Joseph A. Hill, Jr. Mr. George E. Holt Mrs. Doris W. Johnson Mrs. Lydia A. McLeod Mr. Robert A. Murtha, Jr. Dr. Lynn H. Smith Mrs. Olivia B. Stephens Brig. Gen. (Ret.) Robert L. Stephens, Jr. Mr. John B. Taylor, III

Class of 1963

Ms. Melvadeen W. Bailey Mrs. Joanna Craigo Mr. Daniel R. Dean Mr. Don R. Grey Mrs. Roberta S. Hargis Mrs. Helena S. Harrison J. Gary Hickman, Esq. Mr. Charles H. Huff Mrs. Phyllis G. Mack Mr. V. Lonnie Peek Mr. Clifford R. Peyton Dr. Orren L. Rayford Ms. Mary D. Redd Maj. Lucius V. Reeves Ms. Sylvia R. Speed Mr. Alfred N. Vinson

Class of 1964

Mr. Vernon A. Bell, Sr. Mrs. Nancy C. Butler Mr. Charles M. Coiner, Jr. Ms. Lenora A. Cordell Dr. Michael A. Harpold Dr. Haywood Holder Mrs. Viola A. Huff Col. (Ret.) Herman H. Jones Mrs. Michele Jones Mr. Suchai Khetchamni Mr. C. Edward Lawrence Ms. Lydia R. Martin Mrs. Willa Matthews Johnson Mr. Michael G. Miller Dr. Flodella E. Mitchell Mr. Harold L. Pickens Dr. Ann Brothers Smith Mr. Aaron M. Turpeau Ms. Paula C. Watson

Class of 1965

Mrs. Frances V. Broadway-Craig Mrs. Melvina M. Brown Mr. James E. Dawson Dr. John L. Fuller, Sr. Judge William P. Greene, Jr. Mrs. Pauline E. Harper Crawford Mrs. Barbara J. Harris Ms. Jada C. Hunter Mr. William O. Law Mr. Charles R. Meadows Mr. Wilbur M. Payne, Jr. Mrs. Cheryl W. Prillerman Ms. Betty A. Morris Sims Mrs. Vera A. Smoot Taylor Dr. Edward F. Taylor

Class of 1966

Dr. Linda B. Akanbi Mr. Demetrius W. Anderson Rev. Leonard D. Comithier, Jr. Mrs. Toni M. Dorsey Mrs. Mildred Ellis Mr. Joseph V. Funderburk, III Dr. J. Russell Garris


Mrs. Gloria J. Gilmore Mr. Johnny D. Gilmore, Sr. Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Kenneth D. Gray Ms. Carolyn T. Gray Mr. Maurice R. Gregg Mr. Robert D. Harris Ms. Antoinette Hodges Ms. Rosalyce Leveridge Mrs. Betty R. Meares Mrs. Brenda E. Griffin Norman Mr. Darnley M. Osborne Mr. Carl W. Piggott Ms. Catherine Ramsey Ms. Courtney B. Robinson Mr. Robert E. Scalzo Ms. Grace V. Sheffey The Hon. Booker T. Stephens Mr. James M. Travis Ms. Julie A. Vass Mr. Robbin E. L. Washington Mr. James A. Wilkerson, Jr. Mr. Nathaniel A. Williams Ms. Helen F. Willis Mrs. Beverly B. Wood

Class of 1967

Mr. Carl G. Arrington Mrs. Edna C. Arrington Mr. Edward G. Bell Dr. Reginald A. Bess Mrs. Sandra K. Blair Ms. Doris J. Boyden-McCormick Mr. Alan B. Brown Ms. Janice E. Cabbell Ms. Joan E. Cade Dr. J. Ted Childs, Jr. Mr. Ralph W. Christian, M.S. Dr. Morris S. Clark Mr. James E. Fisher Mr. Ronald E. Galvin Mrs. Marsha Coles Hairston Ms. Yvonne B. Morris Ms. J. Diane Redd Ms. Theresa P. Shellcroft Mrs. Betty C. Spencer Mr. Charles L. Urling Mrs. Naydene J. Williams Mrs. Patricia C. Wilson Ms. Sandy Wilson

Class of 1968

Mrs. Bernice Anderson Mr. Danny F. Blair Ms. Paula K. Boone Mr. Percy B. Boone James G. Bordas, Jr., Esq. Dr. Thomas D. Boston Dr. Juanita O. Brooks Dr. R. Charles Byers Mrs. Carolyn Carrington Dr. Swanson D. Carter* Mr. Theodore C. Daniels Mr. John D. Davis, Jr.

Mr. Bryan A. Elkins Dr. Electra N. Greer Mrs. Jane A. Hudson Col. (Ret.) Cardell S. Hunter Mrs. Minnie H. Jones Mr. Cornelious S. Jones Mrs. Paulette A. Mabry Ms. Saundra B. McCray Mrs. Patricia S. Meadows Mrs. Ruth E. Mitchell Lt. Col. (Ret.) Kenneth R. Mosley Dr. S. Jasper Murdock Mr. Everett L. Person Ms. Jean Price Brig. Gen. (Ret.) Earl M. Simms Mr. Stephen H. Snodgrass Ms. Dorothy M. Swain Mr. Braxton L. Toler Mrs. Judith White Mr. Alfred L. Williams

Class of 1969

Ms. Helen G. Anderson Maj. Gen. (Ret.) John E. Barnette Ms. Cheryl L. Brown Mrs. Evelyn B. Williams Dr. Nicholas Cassis, Jr. Mr. Stuart Catlin Mrs. Ann B. Cherry Ms. Jo G. Coker Mr. Anthony Conyers, Jr. Mr. Alfred Freeman, Jr. Dr. Sami M. Ghareeb Ms. Corlista H. Hardman Mrs. Carol J. Hinton Ms. Kay D. Kelso Ms. Jeri L. Lawler Mr. Steve Legge Ms. Gracie Lester Mr. George H. Moore Mrs. Denise Revels Robinson Ms. Phyllis A. Totten

Class of 1970

Mr. Richard M. Allen Mr. Charles G. Boddy Mrs. Edithe R. Byers Mr. Lavington D. Charles, Jr. Mr. William E. Clark, Jr. Mrs. Sharon C. Wright Diggs Ms. Brenda A. Ellis The Hon. C. Edward Gaunch Dr. Marylen E. Harmon Mrs. Donna M. Haynes Ms. Jewell D. Hoover Mrs. Sandra G. McClendon Mr. Donald L. Riley Mr. Ronald W. Rowley Lt. Col. (Ret.) William T. Sawyers Mr. Gary L. Swingle Mrs. Kathi M. Swingle

Class of 1971

Ms. Lynnette Baugh Mr. Barry J. Cassidy Ms. Sarodel Childs Maj. John A. Fountain Mr. Greer Gentry Ms. Ginger W. Howard Mr. Charles R. Lucas Maj. (Ret.) Harry E. Monroe, Jr. Mr. Robert A. Montague Mr. Darest M. Smith Mr. Douglas B. Smoot Mrs. Fidelia L. Sturdivant The Hon. Reggie B. Walton

Class of 1972

Mr. Ira P. Baldwin Ms. Betty M. Bates Col. (Ret.) Pamela D. Carter Mrs. Barbara W. Cary Mr. Frank G. Chester Mr. Lloyd E. Cleage Ms. Brendalyn D. Cook-Jackson Mr. W. Hugo Diggs Ms. Brenda Dixon Mrs. Vivian R. Erkins Ms. Cynthia R. Fullen Mrs. Henrietta H. Fuller Mr. Sterling M. Hart Mrs. Rose M. Johnson-Adams Mr. Toussaint L. Jones, Jr. Mrs. Janet S. Martin Mr. W. Marshall Petty Ms. Karen R. Price Lt. Col. (Ret.) Lethia Sawyers Mrs. D. Katherine Solomon Ms. YLonne Fullen Swails Mr. Howard E. Tyree Mrs. Yvonne G. Washington Leon Vincent Williams, Esq.

Class of 1973

Mr. Eric V. Billups Mrs. Lynne H. Brown Ms. Sherrie R. Davis Mr. Thomas E. Foddrell Ms. Emma L. Forte’ Ms. Marsha A. Gilmer-Tullis Mrs. Rosalind P. Harris Ms. Brenda E. Johnson John A. Kelly, Jr., Ed.D., MSW Mr. Allan L. McVey Ms. Sallie A. Mosley Rev. Millicent M. Nash Mrs. Jeannen B. Pridgeon Col. (Ret.) Lew G. Tyree, Sr. Mr. Lloyd W. Wilkerson Mr. Walter M. Wilkerson, Sr.

Class of 1974

Ms. Karen S. Barron Mrs. Charlene H. Benson Mrs. Gwendolyn Cleage Mrs. Marion R. Cunningham

Mr. Maurice Fuller Mr. T. Stephen Gillespie Lt. Col. (Ret.) Thomas L. Jones Mr. W. Pat Matthews Mrs. Anita L. Mobley Mr. Isom Mobley, III Mr. William E. Sawyers Mrs. Gloria M. Stephens Mr. Victor G. Thompson

Class of 1975

Mr. Bob T. Anderson Ms. Brenda R. Bluford The Hon. W. Kent Carper Ms. Vicky L. Cochran Ms. Adrienne Cox Ms. Ardith C. Fullen Mr. Rodney E. Gilmer Mr. Toney M. Gore Mr. Grant S. Gray, II Mrs. Cynthia J. Gray Mr. Darryl K. Hairston Ms. Debra F. Harris Ms. Donna L. Hunter Mr. Frederick D. Jackson Mr. William W. Lipscomb, Sr. Ms. Gaynell McMillan Ms. Patricia A. Stovall Mrs. Alexis S. Street Mr. Rossellini (Dwight) Street Mr. Alfred G. Vance

Class of 1976

Mrs. Debra M. Anderson-Conliffe Mr. Percy D. Giles Mrs. Bonzetta L. Hairston Ms. Cynthia A. Hall Ms. Brenda J. Howard Mrs. Deborah D. Jackson Mr. Wayne E. Legg Mr. Francis L. “Jinx” Monroe Mrs. Joan E. Morris-Belcher Mrs. Dianna C. Reed Mr. John Valentine Mr. Richard D. Wolford Mr. Harry J. Worley, Jr.

Class of 1977

Dr. Warren A. Anderson Mr. Dennis L. Boyden Ms. Quirina Bullock Mr. William C. Ebling Mr. Joseph A. Freeland Mr. James E. Gore Mrs. Gail A. Gray Mrs. Debra J. Hart Ms. Shelia V. Hunt Mrs. Carolyn E. Johnson Mrs. Carolyn L. Lacye Mrs. Reginia S. Lipscomb Mr. Emmanuel S. Livingston, Jr. Mrs. Ethel T. Monroe Mrs. Cheryl A. Plear Mrs. Gloria-Gaye H. Redding

*Deceased Italics indicate employees of West Virginia State University

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Mrs. Andrea J. Robinson Ms. Jacquelyn M. Shoulders Mr. Glover L. Smiley, Jr. Mrs. Wendie M. Urling Maj. (Ret.) Dale L. Volley Lt. Col. Michael A. White Mr. Glandal D. Withrow

Class of 1978

Mr. Mark H. Cardwell, Jr. Mr. Harvey A. Chester Mr. James W. Gray Mr. Oakford W. Gross, III Mrs. Mary Jo Jones Ms. Cassandra F. Marshall Ms. Judy Mason Charles L. Phalen, Jr., Esq. Ms. E. Gail Pitchford Ms. Sandra Y. Pope Dr. Walter E. Stroupe Mrs. Louise H. Thomas

Class of 1979

Ms. Janis A. Bennett Mrs. Darlene G. Gilmer Ms. Yolanda Guthrie Mrs. Janet C. Helma Mr. Lee C. McPherson, Jr. Mrs. Sabrina Mixon-Penn Mr. Francisco B. Newman, III Mr. Charles E. Overstreet Ms. Carol Parham-Bell Mr. Terry L. Patton Mr. Edgar W. Randall Ms. Vicky C. Smith

Class of 1980

Mr. Walter C. Allen Mr. Roy L. Brown Mrs. Sabrina K. Leath-Morrison Mr. Edward L. Mitchell Mr. Gregory V. Monroe, Sr. Mrs. Belinda C. Randall Mr. Edward A. Sisson Mr. Curtis Smith

Class of 1981

Mr. Gene Branciforte Mr. Leon A. Brown Mrs. Kimberly Burton Mrs. Charlotte L. Fuller Mr. Greg Godby Mrs. Mary L. Harshbarger Mrs. Paula W. Legge Dr. Ardyce M. Morgan Mrs. Cleriece C. Pressley Mr. John W. Reppert, II Lt. Col. (Ret.) Tyra Y. White

Class of 1982

Mrs. Ann M. Bull Mr. William A. Evans Lt. Col. (Ret.) Stan Jenkins Mr. Asaad N. Karam Ms. Judy S. McLeod Ms. Susan Scott

Mr. Owen Walker Ms. Shirley B. Wentz

Class of 1983

Mr. Michael S. Curry Ms. Frances L. Miller Mr. Joseph Saunders Mr. Curtis E. Wingard

Class of 1984

Mr. George A. Ewart Mrs. Benita Gray-Hill Mrs. Deanna R. Karam Ms. Michele D. Lewis-Monteilh Mr. John W. Ostaszewski Mr. Darryl L. Payden Maj. Duncan S. Robinson Mr. Tracy K. Walton Mrs. Tonjua F. Wilson

Class of 1985

Ms. Patricia L. Alexander Mrs. Donna J. Goldberg Ms. Clovia Y. Jones Ms. Patricia R. King

Class of 1986

Mr. Oliver W. Barker Mr. Coston Davis Ms. Wanda E. Gregory Mrs. Jocelynn F. Norris Lt. Col. (Ret.) Vince D. Ross Mrs. Lorraine S. Ross Mr. Robert W. Swartz Ms. Cheryl E. Travis Mr. Paul J. Wheeler Mr. John F. Whited

Class of 1987

Mrs. Robin S. Adkison-Black Capt. (Ret.) Barbara A. Bryant Mr. Matt Coleman Mrs. Edna M. Day-Johnson Mr. Robin Green Mr. Howard A. Hicks Mr. Darrin Hopkins Mr. Mark H. Pendleton Mrs. Gytina Y. Roy Mr. Kenneth J. Smith Dr. Charles E. Smith Mr. Paul M. Spencer Mrs. Daisy M. Squirts

Class of 1988

Ms. Jane E. Adkins Ms. Mary Ann Buckley Mrs. Lenora F. Defabio Dr. Edward E. Dickerson, IV Mrs. Shirley S. Dissen Mark W. Kelley, Esq. Mrs. Diana L. Kitts Ms. Trina R. Newell Ms. Adrianne D. Poindexter Maj. Kimberly E. Stevenson Mr. Gregory T. Wilson

Recognizes gifts received between July 1, 2017 and June 30 2018

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Class of 1989

Mrs. Barbara J. Black Dr. Mickey M. Blackwell Mr. Jack D. Gilbert, II Mr. Frederick F. Hightower Mr. Charles R. Mullins Mr. Joseph R. Oden, Jr.

Class of 1990

Mr. Curtis F. Askew Mr. Todd A. Dickerson Mrs. Janet L. Feggett Ms. Grace M. Foster Mr. Johnny D. Goodwin Mrs. Monica Jo Green Mr. Britt L. Howard Mr. Otis L. Laury Mr. Michael C. Leath Mr. Johnny L. Richardson, Jr. Mrs. Michelle Rolle Mr. David J. Vargo

Class of 1991

Ms. Melissa J. Hill Mr. Michael J. Lewellen Mrs. Gloria M. Oden Mr. Sam W. Peal

Class of 1992

Mr. Rodney B. Booker Mr. James R. Buchanan Ms. Crystal H. Jackson Ms. Tishawa W. Howard Mrs. Kathy McDilda Mr. Tracy R. Owen Dr. Sherry R. Whitaker

Class of 1993

Mr. Lloyd E. Bennett Mr. A. D. Birbilis Mr. Collin Daley Mrs. Lucille D. Gore Mrs. Kelley Goshay Mr. Jim U. Goshay Ms. Alverneece A. Johnson Mrs. Devon Toliver

Class of 1994

Mr. Jason K. Crutchfield Mrs. Nakia M. Cumbo Ms. Lashawn T. Fulmer Ms. Brunetta C. Gamble-Dillard Ms. Priscilla K. Macklin Ms. Fatina C. Newman Mrs. Shawnia N. Robertson Mrs. Teresa L. Robinson

Class of 1995

Ms. Kessell L. Adkins Ms. Martha J. C. Carter Mr. Charmlin L. Howard, Jr. Mr. Samuel A. Hrko Mrs. Shonda L. Johnson Mr. Sean A. Loyd Ms. Renee Solomon Mr. Tryreno N. Sowell

Mrs. Pamela E. Thomas-Myers Mrs. Jennifer J. Walker Ms. Crystal A. Walker Mrs. Kristi R. Williams

Class of 1996

Mrs. Nancy E. Balow Ms. Talisha M. Bradley Mrs. Megan M. Loyd Ms. Kenetta M. Pierce Mr. Christopher T. Ransome Dr. Lateef Y. Saffore Mrs. Camille Shipman-McQueen Mrs. Lea J. Spencer-Ford Mr. David C. Stone Mr. Kwabena A. Tuffour

Class of 1997

Ms. Jameela Y. Ball-Allen Mrs. Joan M. Coleman Mr. Keith B. Cromer Mr. Derrick Grant Mr. Curtis R. Henderson Dr. Michael S. Pennington Mr. Terry Spencer

Class of 1998

Mrs. Mary K. Baker Mrs. Kim D. Bouknight-Makle Ms. Peggy L. Dorsey Mrs. D’endrea A. Frazier Mr. John L. Fuller, Jr. Ms. Michaela Griffin Mr. Thomas B. Hill, Jr. Mr. Abasi E. Key Ms. Jamila A. Price Dr. Sheri A. Sesay-Tuffour Mr. Frank C. Walker, II Mr. James T. Williams, II Mr. Sheldon N. Woodley

Class of 1999

Dr. S. Yetunde Aranmolate-Saffore Dr. Daton N. Dean-Leonard Mr. Lloyd L. Wilkerson

Class of 2000

Mr. Mark L. Fuller

Class of 2001

Ms. Cora K. Fortner-Fisher Mr. Chris D. Jackson Ms. V. Denise Lee Mr. Ronnie D. McCullough Ms. Denise L. Moody Dr. Samantha S. Tolliver

Class of 2002

Ms. Dionne A. Clifton Ms. Pamela A. Cochran Mrs. Christina A. Cunningham Mr. Vernon D. Greer Ms. Jennifer R. Herrald Ms. Monique A. Rogers-Dogbey


Class of 2003

Mr. Ron L. Ellis Mrs. Jessica L. Jamison Mr. Courtney F. Shannon

Class of 2004

Mr. Reginald D. Adams Ms. Jacqueline D. Richardson Mr. Alexander Seignious

Class of 2005

Mrs. Autumn M. Carr Mr. James S. Davidson Mr. Eric L. Jackson Ms. Marie Long Mrs. Erin E. Shannon

Class of 2006

Ms. Danika M. Brown Mrs. Belinda K. Fuller Mr. Kevin A. Marshall Mr. Justin T. Mullins Mrs. Fatiema J. Wilkerson

Class of 2008

Capt. Michael G. Edwards Mr. Darrel D. Kidd

Class of 2009

Mrs. Kendra E. Berkhouse Mr. Todd A. McQuistion Mr. Jason L. Napier Ms. Deborah A. Sink

Class of 2010

Ms. Barbara A. Brown Ms. Christina S. Brown Mr. Joshua J. Hollingshead

Class of 2011

Mr. Corey A. Cole Ms. Leighann J. Davidson Mr. Kyle B. Jones Mr. Justin D. Litton Mr. Arthur Pickens, Jr.

Class of 2012

Ms. Betsy L. Allen Mrs. Marla R. Griffith Mr. Kenneth Lee Ms. Amber R. Sanders Mr. Chase M. Turner

Class of 2013

Mr. Calem W. Bridgette Ms. Barbara N. Erby Mr. Javier A. McCoy Mr. Dana A. Menyweathers Ms. Sara N. Pelegreen Mr. Aaron Stroupe

Class of 2014

Mr. Steven Corbin Mr. Vasilios F. Dianellos Mr. Oscar J. Navarrete

Class of 2015

Mr. Shanin T. Bennefield Ms. Tammy Crockett Ms. Hannah J. Keller Ms. Mushay Sims-Davis

Class of 2016

Mrs. Celise M. D. Campbell Ms. Briana C. Edwards Mrs. Alexis Hill Mrs. E. Susie Konstanty Ms. Chessie E. Shamblin Ms. Gail M. Thornhill Mr. Justin W. A. Wright

Class of 2017

Mrs. Lois A. Capers Mr. James R. Shamblin

ALUMNI NOT ASSOCIATED WITH A CLASS YEAR

Ms. Fannie Alston Ms. Tamika Amar Mr. Greg Armstrong Ms. Heather Bennett Ms. Terri A. Berkley Ms. Lonnie Bivins Mrs. Millie Booker Mrs. Sara Brown Ms. Elinza D. Cain Mr. Darryl Chatman Mr. Tony D. Cornett, Sr. Mr. Oshel B. Craigo Mrs. Cynthia G. Cummings Ms. Tammy M. Elliott Ms. Dorothy Ellis Ms. Patricia A. Fleming Mr. Rahim Frazier Mr. Philip Garlow Ms. Bettye D. Gibson Mr. C. Michael Gray Mr. Gary P. Head Mr. Antonio Hines Mrs. Jacqueline T. Hoggard Mr. Stephen Jeffrey Ms. Gloria J. Jenkins Ms. Faye Johnson Mr. Roi T. Johnson Dr. Robert Johnson, III Mrs. Charlotte Jones Mrs. Areena C. Lowe Mrs. Mary Morgan Mr. Clarence W. Mosley Mrs. Yvonne D. Patton Mrs. Kimberly Pickens Mr. Marshall Pressley Mr. William H. Robinson Mr. Lloyd W. Scott Mr. Patrick Simmons Ms. Wanda H. Sinclair

Mrs. Tamura Singleton Mr. James W. Spencer Mrs. Marietta J. Tanner Mr. James Taylor Mr. Chester S. Thomas Mrs. LaVerne M. Toler Ms. Rosa L. Turpin Mr. Charles E. Vallandingham, III Mr. Jetaun Washington Mr. Norm Wilkerson Mr. Andrew K. Williams James E. Williams, Esq. Dr. A. Kenton Williams

ALUMNI, STUDENT AND UNIVERSITY ORGANIZATIONS

American Chemical Society (ACS) Student Affiliate Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Nu Chapter Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority/Alpha Omicron Omega Chapter Alpha Phi Alpha/ Alpha Zeta Chapter Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority/Charleston Institute Alumnae Chapter Delta Sigma Theta Sorority/Prince George’s County Kappa Alpha Psi, TAU Chapter Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity WV AKA Chapters WVSU Alumni/Atlanta Chapter WVSU Alumni/Baltimore MD Chapter WVSU Alumni/Charlotte Area Chapter WVSU Alumni/Chicago/Gary Chapter WVSU Alumni/Cleveland Chapter WVSU Alumni/Columbus Chapter WVSU Alumni/Dayton Chapter WVSU Alumni/Detroit Chapter WVSU Alumni/Hampton Roads Chapter WVSU Alumni/Harrisburg Chapter WVSU Alumni/Houston Chapter WVSU Alumni/Indianapolis Chapter WVSU Alumni/Kanawha Valley Chapter WVSU Alumni/Las Vegas Chapter WVSU Alumni/Los Angeles Chapter WVSU Alumni/Metropolitan Washington WVSU Alumni/New York/New Jersey Chapter WVSU Alumni/North Carolina/Triad Chapter WVSU Alumni/Philadelphia/Delaware Chapter WVSU Alumni/Raleigh Durham Chapter WVSU Alumni/Richmond-Central VA Chapter WVSU Alumni/South Carolina Chapter WVSU Local ‘W’ Club WVSU National Alumni Association, Inc. WVSU National ‘W’ Club WVSU Office of Undergraduate Admissions WVSU Research & Development Corporation WVSU Virtual Alumni Graduate Chapter of Groove Phi Groove   *Deceased Italics indicate employees of West Virginia State University

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FRIENDS

Ms. Heather Adams Mr. David Adler Mr. Mark A. Akers Ms. Lisa R. Alexander Ms. Vickie Allen Ms. Elma Ambrose Mr. Michael Anderson Dr. Michael R. Anderson Mr. Bud Arey Dr. Sonya M. Armstrong Dr. Ronald Baker Mr. Oree Banks Ms. Sharon S. Banks Mr. Ralph Bassett Mrs. Kelli Batch Ms. Ann Battles Mr. W. Marston M. Becker and Mrs. Katharine B. Becker Mr. and Mrs. Arturo G. Bellettini Mr. Stephan A. Best Mr. Larry L. Rowe and Ms. Julia Beury Mr. A.D. Birbilis Mr. Ronnie Bivins Mr. James Blackwell Mrs. Millie Booker Mr. R. Booten Ms. Crystal Botkin Mr. Aloysius B. Bottom Mr. Simuel Bowles Mr. Michael Brandt Mr. John C. Brininstool Ms. Guadalupe L. Brown Mr. Owens Brown Mr. Evan Buck and Mrs. Theresa Buck Mr. Lloyd Buckner Ms. Deborah R. Burns Mr. Gregory A. Burton Mr. Nathan Burton Mr. Elliot Butcher Mr. Danny R. Cantrell Dr. Paige Carney-Salgado Mr. Donald Carpenter Mr. Jonathan Carr Ms. Rachel M. Carr Mr. and Mrs. Kelly L. Castleberry, III Ms. Margaret P. Chervkes Dr. Elizabeth E. Chilton Ms. Traci Chilton Mr. Christopher Clark Dr. E. S. Coffman The Hon. and Mrs. Avern Cohn Dr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Cole, Jr. Mr. Eric D. Coleman and Mrs. Joan M. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Combs Mr. Frederick L. Cottemond Ms. Cynthia Covington Mr. and Mrs. James B. Cox Mr. and Mrs. Keith Cromer Ms. Brandi Creet Mrs. Amber Cunningham

Ms. Joy E. Daley Ms. Ericka Dansby Ms. Margaret David Mr. Thomas Dawes Mr. Carlton Dean Mr. William Dean Mr. C.M. Deaner Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Del Giudice Mr. Bernard Di Gregorio Mrs. Andrea Di Gregorio Mrs. Maria D. Drake Mr. Michael Dunlap Ms. Molly S. Erlandson Mrs. Amanda J. Fellure Col. Harold G. Fisher Mr. Stephen Flood Mr. H. Gordon Flynn Ms. Carol Folden Dr. Richard Ford Ms. Pamela W. Fowler Mr. D.A. Freshwater Mr. J. S. Freshwater Mr. William Mann and Mrs. Mary C. Frye Mrs. Kay Fulks Dr. Michael Fultz Dr. and Mrs. Mitri Ghareeb Mr. Terrance Gill Mr. Steve A. Gilliland Dr. Phyllis Gray-Ray Mr. Michael Green Mrs. Alyssa Gregg Mr. Todd S. Griffith Dr. Thomas F. Guetzloff Ms. Betty A. Hamilton Dr. Katherine L. Harper Dr. Robert L. Harrison, Jr. Mr. J. Douglas Hartley Mr. Wallace P. and Mrs. Donna J. Hatfield Ms. Billie A. Hauser Mr. and Mrs. Jack Havely, Jr. Mrs. Deliliah Hayes Mrs. Gwendolyn Hemphill Mrs. Emma Henderson Ms. Antoinette P. Hewlett Mr. Thomas A. Heywood and Ms. Melody A. Simpson Ms. Juanita F. Hicks Mr. Owen S. Higgins Mr. G. S. Hill and Mrs. Janie H. Hill Ms. Ivy Hodges Ms. Schylbea Hopkins Ms. Mary Horn James F. Humphreys, Esq. Mrs. Joylette G. Hylick Dr. Mahmoodul Islam Dr. Kumara L. Jayasuriya Dr. and Mrs. Anthony L. Jenkins Mr. Lonnie Johnson Mrs. Traci S. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Jones Ms. Michelle S. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Justice

Recognizes gifts received between July 1, 2017 and June 30 2018

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Ms. Cherise Kay Ms. Toni Kendrick Mark W. Kelley, Esq. and Lera VanMeter, Esq. Mrs. Sandra Kessell Dr. Thomas J. Kiddie Mr. Eric Kinder Mr. Richard Kirtley Ms. Dotsy Q. Klei Paul A. Konstanty, Esq. Ms. Barbara Korn Ms. Linda Koval Dr. Marek Krasnansky Mrs. Robin A. Lassak Dr. and Mrs. Charles T. Ledbetter Mr. Reginald Lee, Jr. Mrs. Roberta H. Lee Ms. Dana Lewis Ms. Chlora Lindley-Myers, Esq. Mr. Robert E. Long Mrs. Leslie K. Louk Mr. Jason A. Lunsford Dr. John R. Magan Ms. Sandhya G. Maharaj Mr. and Mrs. John F. Mandt Mr. Robert A. Marshburn and Mrs. Sandra Marshburn Ms. Blossom Martindale Mr. Sean McAndrews Ms. Katherine McCarthy Mr. Freddie McClain Mrs. Gail S. McCormick Mr. Gregory McFadden Dr. Orlando F. McMeans Mr. Raymond McNamara Mr. Ronald W. Meares Mr. Perry and Mrs. Taunja Willis Miller Mrs. Cheryll Mills Mr. Gordon Mitchell Tameika Montgomery, Esq. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Moore Ms. JoAnn Motley Dr. Raphael M. Mutepa Dr. and Mrs. Sundar Naga Mr. David L. Namay Dr. James J. Natsis Ms. Charlene Nelson The Hon. and Mrs. Eric Nelson Ms. Jenny Nelson Mr. Mekka Okereke Mr. and Mrs. Ross S. Oliver Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Orcutt Mrs. Mary Orlandi Mr. Calvin and Mrs. Laverne R. Parker Ms. Andrea Pennington Dr. Ernest N. Pennington, D.D.S. Dr. Billy Joe Peyton Mr. Clifton Pickens Mr. John T. Poffenbarger and Mrs. Susan G. Poffenbarger Dr. Marc C. Porter Dr. Thomas G. Potterfield Mrs. Monique Powell


Ms. Regina Powell Mr. Christopher C. Price Ms. Pamela R. Prince Mr. and Mrs. David L. Rader Mrs. Cynthia M. Rakes Mrs. Dottie Ramsey Ms. Ella E. Ravnell Ms. Pamela Redden Mr. Timothy L. Redifer Ms. Mara N. Regling Dr. Steven Richards Ms. Judith Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Robinson Ms. Phyllis Robinson Mr. Larry L. Rowe and Ms. Julia Beury Dr. Timothy R. Ruhnke Mr. Robert L. Russell Dr. Andrew D. Schedl Ms. Patricia J. Schumann Ms. Darniece Shirley Ms. Diane Slaughter Mr. and Mrs. Gary Slutsky Mr. Antione D. Smith Mrs. Carolyn T. Smith Mr. David R. and Mrs. Marla A. Smith Ms. Gloria Smith Mr. Lewis R. Smoot, Sr. Mr. David K. Sowards Mr. Chester Spriggs Ms. Gwendolyn St. Julian Justice Larry V. Starcher Dr. Kerri Steele Mrs. Kathryn A. Stone Dr. Carolyn L. Stuart Johnny Taylor, Esq. Dr. DeNeia Thomas Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Thomas Dr. Edward H. Tiley, III Ms. Rebecca Tinder Dr. Jose Ulises Toledo Mrs. Kellie J. Toledo Mr. Douglas W. Toliver S. Jenell Trigg, Esq. Ms. Natasha Tyson Dr. Yvette Underdue Murph Col. (Ret.) Prany Vadisirisak Mr. Glen Van Bibber Mrs. Brenda M. Vanderford Ms. Amanda D. Vanhoose Dr. Frank D. Vaughan Mr. Gilbert Vega Mr. Steve Vorathavorn Mr. D. S. Walker and Mrs. Diane H. Walker Ms. Paulette Walker Mr. Richard B. Walker Attorney Shani Walker Dr. Robert M. Wallace Ms. Brenda R. Wamsley Ms. Linda Washington Mr. Willie Watkins Mrs. Karen G. Watson Mr. Jim Watters

Dr. Emily Waugh Mr. Louis and Mrs. Elizabeth Weisberg Ms. Teresa Welch Dr. Cassandra Whyte Mr. William Whyte Mr. Kevin Wilkerson Mrs. Deborah Williams Mrs. Denise Pender Williams Mr. and Mrs. John W. Williams Mrs. Lisa M. Williamson Dr. Brenda Wilson Mr. Stephen Wilson Ms. Louise Wiseman Mr. Howard Withrow Mr. Richard W. Wolfe Ms. M. Sue Woodward Dr. Michael E. Workman Dr. Naveed Zaman Dr. Xiaohong Zhang

BUSINESSES AND ORGANIZATIONS

3T Unlimited Inc. A to Z Rentals Aaron’s Business Solutions Affiliate Services Alexander Loan Review & Consulting, LLC Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc./ International Headquarters Alpha Kappa Alpha WV Chapters American Chemical Society American Electric Power American Electric Power Foundation Apple Arnett Carbis Toothman, LLP Arnett Carbis Toothman Wealth Advisors, LLC Associated Systems Professionals AT&T AXA Foundation Bailey & Glasser LLP BB&T - West Virginia Region BB&T West Virginia Foundation, Inc BBL Carlton, LLC Blue Water Investors, Inc. BNY Mellon Wealth Management Bradley Allen & Company, LLC BrickStreet Foundation BrickStreet Insurance Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club Buffalo Wild Wings - Cross Lanes, WV Cabell Huntington Hospital Canton Pediatric Dental Center LLC Cape Fear Aesthetics Cassis Dental Center Cecil I. Walker Charitable Trust Central Baptist Church Charles Ryan Associates, Inc. Charleston Civic Center Charleston Newspapers Charleston Woman’s Improvement League Chipotle Mexican Grill

Ciccarello, Del Giudice & Lafon City Holding Company Clay Music Company Coastal Water Technology Corey Brothers CPG Charitable Foundation D & E Flooring Services, Inc. Delta Airlines Foundation Dem 2 Brothers & A Grill LLC Dolan & Kalaskey, LTD Orthodontists Dream Big 39 Inc. Ear, Nose & Throat Associates of Charleston, Inc. Edgewood Summit Edventure Partners Epiphany Consulting, LLC Ernst & Young Foundation Exzella, Inc. FASTSIGNS Festiv-ALL Charleston WV Inc. Fidelity Charitable Fifth Third Bank Frank Walker Law Garlow Insurance Agency, Inc. Georgia-Pacific Financial Management, LLC Get Noticed Apparel & Promotional Items, LLC Gino’s Pizza Glover Family Trust Gray, Griffith & Mays, a.c. Hattie M. Strong Foundation Helen Wood Poffenbarger and Perry S. Poffenbarger Foundation Help Yourself Help Others Club Herbert Henderson Office of Minority Affairs Hilliard Lyons Huntington National Bank IBM International Foundation IMS/Sleep Outfitters, Mattress Warehouse & Mattress King Ives Incorporated of the Roanoke Valley Jarrett Construction Services, Inc. Jefferds Corporation Joey L. Adkins, DDS PLLC Kanawha Valley Advertising Keswick Pharmaceuticals, LLC Law Clerks of Judge Walton Lester Raines Honda Lincoln Primary Care Center Southern WV Health System Little Caesar’s Pizza M.S. Clark Enterprises, Inc. McKinley Carter Wealth Services MedExpress Urgent Care Monarch Family of Hotels Monsanto Fund Morgantown Printing & Binding Moses Toyota Lexus Mt. State Oral & Facial Surgery Mullen Plumbing Heating and Cooling MVB Bank, Inc. Nationwide Insurance Foundation Network For Good

*Deceased Italics indicate employees of West Virginia State University

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Next Level Ventures, LLC Nitro Electric Company, Inc. Office & Commercial Cleaning-WV, LLC Orthopedic Healthcare Associates, Inc. P.M. Services of Ohio, LLC Peyton Law Firm Plants Law Firm Portfolio Management Group Pray Construction Company Preferred Mail Advertising Quanta Financial, LLC Ray, Winton & Kelley PLLC Reserve Oil & Gas, Inc. Ritchie & Johnson Funeral Parlor, Inc. S.B.E.B.S.Q.S.A. Inc, Johnny Appleseed District Security America, Inc. Serenity Bodyworks & Massage LLC Silling Associates, Inc. Sissonville Volunteer Fire Department Society Insurance Sokolosky & Weaver DDS Inc. Somerville & Company, PLLC Spilman Thomas & Battle Spriggs Distributing Co., LLC Central Division Star USA Federal Credit Union State Farm Companies Foundation State Farm Insurance Companies Steptoe & Johnson Stewart-Bell PLLC Stonerise Healthcare Subway Development of WV Teays Valley Chiropractic, PLLC The Benevity Community Impact Fund The Dayton Foundation The Bernard H. & Blanche E. Jacobson Foundation The Charleston-Institute “WV” Chapter, The Links Incorporated The GE Foundation The Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation The Huntington (WV) Chapter, The Links, Inc. The John L Dickinson Family Foundation The Philadelphia Foundation The Strong Treister Family Foundation The Tom Joyner Foundation Tri-State Roofing and Sheet Metal Company TSG Consulting LLC Unified Trust Company United Bank United States Tennis Association United Supreme Council Charitable Foundation United Way of Central WV Verizon Foundation Wells Fargo Foundation WesBanco Bank, Inc. West Virginia State Conference of NAACP White Law Offices, PLLC Womencare, Inc. ZMM Architects and Engineers

SCHOLARSHIPS

Endowed and Expendable Scholarships provide vital support for WVSU students each year. The scholarships below have been established by generous alumni and friends who are committed to assisting current and future students as they seek to earn a college degree.

Endowed Scholarships

Heather Marie Allen Scholarship Helen M. & Russell E. Allen Scholarship Alpha Iota Lambda Scholarship J. D. Anderson Scholarship John L. Bess Scholarship G. Bowles-Bolles, Jr. Scholarship Brickstreet Scholars Program E. H. Brown Scholarship Dr. R. Charles Byers Scholarship Deborah Lee Carper Scholarship Dr. Hazo W. Carter, Jr. Legacy Scholarship Judge Phyllis H. Carter Alpha Delta Chapter Scholarship Central Area of The Links Scholarship Class of 1949 Scholarship Class of 1951 Scholarship Class of 1964 Scholarship Roland Wayne Cline Scholarship Luel Cummings-Sutton Scholarship Basudeb DasSarma Scholarship Epps Family Scholarship Walter D. “Pat” Evans Scholarship F2Q Scholarship Faculty Endowed Scholarship Herbert & Mattie Ford Study Abroad Scholarship William C. Foster Scholarship Freshwater Family Scholarship Fullen-Polley Family Scholarship Naomi M. Garrett Scholarship Dr. Sami M. and Mrs. Kay Ghareeb Scholarship Charlotte Ginestra Accounting Scholarship Judge Donald L. Graham Scholarship Lucy B. Hairston Scholarship Mary McGhee Hairston Scholarship A. P. Hamblin Scholarship Dr. Della Brown Taylor Hardman Scholarship Anna Harpold Endowed Scholarship Macile Lee Hartley Scholarship Dr. John F. Haskin Scholarship James W. Hawkins, Jr. & Ethel B. Hawkins Scholarship President Brian O. Hemphill Scholarship Herbert H. & Maxine D. Henderson Scholarship Lark & Tom Hutto Scholarship Institute Plant Companies Scholarship Mr. Charles H. James II Scholarship Dr. Herta H. Jogland Scholarship Lulu Johnson Scholarship Marjorie Johnson Scholarship Judge Damon Keith Scholarship Ida Kramer Graduate Fund

Recognizes gifts received between July 1, 2017 and June 30 2018

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Kelly Miller Foundation/Emmett B. Saunders Scholarship Kelly Miller Foundation/Duncan H. Kyle Scholarship Kelly Miller Foundation/Ione B. McGee Scholarship Kelly Miller Foundation/Mark H. Cardwell Athletic Scholarship Cedric D. Lee Scholarship Lee & Staples Scholarship Kathryn W. Lynch Scholarship Dr. Samuel W. Lynch Scholarship Sarah & Pauline Maier Scholarship Allan L. McVey Scholarship of the WV Emulation Endowment Trust Dr. Margaret Ann Cyrus Mills Scholarship Marvin D. & Eunice J. Mills Scholarship Henry L. Moore Scholarship Paul Joseph & Andres J. W. Mullins Scholarship Sophia Nelson Scholarship Sylvia D. Parker Scholarship Mary Patterson Scholarship Rosa Pickel Scholarship Presidential Scholarship Reserve Oil & Gas Scholarship General Charles C. Rogers Scholarship Nyana Rowley Scholarship Dr. Lateef Y. Saffore & Dr. S.Y. Aranmolate-Saffore Scholarship Eva Saxon Scholarship Campbell C. Sellers Scholarship Pearl M. Shingleton Scholarship George G. Slutsky Scholarship Ann Brothers Smith Educator Award Richard & Rebecca Smith Scholarship David Scott Thaxton Memorial Scholarship The Wellington D. Swindall Book Scholarship The Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge Scholarship David Scott Thaxton Memorial Scholarship Edna Thomas Scholarship Marguerite R. Thornton Scholarship Dr. James Tilson Scholarship Tyson Family Scholarship United National Bank Scholarship Frank Walker Law Scholarship Richard & Shirley Weese Chemistry Scholarship Weinkauf Family Scholarship R. B. Welch & Constance D. Welch Scholarship Catherine L. Whittington Scholarship William White Scholarship Wilkerson Family Scholarship Richard D. & M. Alison Wolford Scholarship WV Rehabilitation Center Foundation Scholarship WVSU National Alumni Association Scholarship


Scholarships to be Endowed through a Legacy Commitment

Sharon Smith Banks Scholarship Doris W. & Walter F. Johnson, III Scholarship William Weegee Sawyers and YeVonne Sawyers Scholarship Judge Booker T. & Gloria M. Stephens Scholarship

Expendable Scholarships

AgFirst Farm Credit Bank Scholarship AKA - Alpha Omicron Omega Chapter Scholarship Alexander Loan Review & Consulting Scholarship Oree Banks NAACP Book Scholarship Bayer STEM Scholarship BB&T Scholarship W. Marston & Katharine B. Becker Scholarship Vernon A. & Jacqueline E. Bell Scholarship Beta Beta Omega Chapter/AKA Sorority, Inc. Scholarship Brickstreet Scholarship Dr. Charles R. Byrd Scholarship Cassie’s Helping Hand Scholarship Chemical Technology Scholarship Class of 1966 Scholarship Class of 1972 Scholarship Classified Staff Scholarship Cleveland Alumni Chapter Scholarship Rev. Dennis Tyrone Cooper/Groove Phi Groove Social Fellowship Scholarship Joanna Parkins Craigo Scholarship Detroit Chapter WVSU Alumni Association Scholarship Faculty Scholarship Fund Osly James Gates Scholarship The Gertrude Gozansky Book Scholarship Groove Phi Groove SFI Virtual Alumni & YJFC11 Chapters Scholarship Hach Scientific Foundation Chemistry Scholarship The Huntington National Bank Scholarship Jefferson/Wilson Scholarship Doris W. & Walter F. Johnson Scholarship Judge Damon J. Keith Scholarship

Lipscomb Scholarship Earl F. Lloyd Scholarship Maier Foundation Scholarship Lt. Col. (Ret) Acie & Louise M.McGhee Scholarship Memorial Scholarship Fund Metro DC Chapter/Dr. V.E. Reed Scholarship Monsanto’s STEM Scholarship Nu Chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha Scholarship Fund Office of Alumni Affairs Book Scholarship Robert F. Parker Scholarship E. Gail Pitchford Scholarship Poffenbarger Foundation Scholarship John W. & Ruth E. Powell Scholarship Presidential Scholarship Fund Rosa Parks Memorial Book Scholarship Dr. Vincent E. & Mrs. Frances B. Reed Scholarship Saffore Research Scholarship Dr. Ann B. Smith Restricted Scholarship Southern Counties Scholarship Booker T. & Gloria M. Stephens Scholarship Dr. Walter E. Stroupe Scholarship Gary Swingle Accounting Scholarship United Supreme Council Scholarship Judge Reggie B. Walton Scholarship Arthur & Joan Weisberg Family Founation, Inc. Scholarship Tiffany White Scholarship Prince Ahmed Williams Memorial Scholarship WVSU National Alumni Assoc. Atlanta Chapter Scholarship WVSU National Alumni Assoc. Atlanta Chapter Book Fund WVSU National Alumni Assoc. Baltimore Chapter Book Fund WVSU National Alumni Assoc. Baltimore Charm City Chapter Scholarship WVSU National Alumni Assoc. Buffalo Chapter Book Fund WVSU National Alumni Assoc. California Chapter Book Fund WVSU National Alumni Assoc. Charlotte NC Chapter Book Fund WVSU National Alumni Assoc. Chicago Chapter Book Fund

WVSU National Alumni Assoc. Chicago Chapter Scholarship WVSU National Alumni Assoc. Cincinnati Chapter Book Fund WVSU National Alumni Association Cleveland Chapter Book Fund WVSU National Alumni Assoc. Columbus Chapter Book Fund WVSU National Alumni Assoc. Dayton Chapter Book Fund WVSU National Alumni Assoc. Denver Chapter Book Fund WVSU National Alumni Assoc. Detroit Chapter Book Fund WVSU National Alumni Assoc. Hampton Roads Chapter Book Fund WVSU National Alumni Assoc. Huntington Chapter Book Fund WVSU National Alumni Assoc. Jacksonville Chapter Book Fund WVSU National Alumni Assoc. Las Vegas Chapter Book Fund WVSU National Alumni Assoc. Los Angeles Chapter Book Fund WVSU National Alumni Assoc. M. Broadnax Book Fund WVSU National Alumni Assoc. Metro/DC Washington Chapter Book Fund WVSU National Alumni Assoc. Mid West Region Book Fund WVSU National Alumni Assoc. New York Chapter Book Fund WVSU National Alumni Assoc. Philadelphia Chapter Book Fund WVSU National Alumni Assoc. Richmond Chapter Book Fund WVSU National Alumni Assoc. South Carolina Chapter Book Fund WVSU National Alumni Assoc. Triad Chapter Book Fund WVSU National Alumni Assoc. Williamsburg Chapter Book Fund WVSU National Alumni Assoc. Regional Scholarship WVSU National Alumni Assoc. Student Emergency Scholarship

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FOUNDATION FINANCIAL DATA

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8% $194,262 9% $215,841

3% $72,233      

    

13% $332,811

  53% $1,296,221 14% $357,892

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