November 8, 2017 is WVU’s first-ever Day of Giving
Our students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends know how much West Virginia University gives to others. We know about the service our students do—from getting on buses to head to flood-ravaged counties to help clean up to raising money for citizens in Puerto Rico. We know about the life-changing research that our faculty produce: putting a human face on water scarcity, exploring the outermost reaches of our galaxy and preserving the artistic heritage of the Appalachian region. And everyone at WVU gives back every day, in small acts of kindness and in the choices they make in the classroom, the lab or the field.
On November 8, 2017, we are asking all of our community members to give back to WVU. It doesn’t matter how much you give—what matters is that you do give. Show the world how much you value WVU, because you know how valuable this university is, both now and for the future. Thank you!
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
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