Potomac State College Celebrates Capital Campaign’s Success
Potomac State College of WVU students, faculty and staff were recently treated to WV cookies to celebrate the success of the capital campaign, “A State of Minds: The Campaign for West Virginia’s University.” Pictured handing out cookies is Libby Kalbaugh, Alumni/Development Associate, to Brittany Evans, far left, a sophomore pre-physical therapy major, from Romney, W.Va. and Hannah Boggs, a freshman political science major, from Keyser, W.Va.
Potomac State College of West Virginia University recently celebrated the success of its portion of the capital campaign, “A State of Minds: The Campaign for West Virginia’s University.” Since July 1 2007, alumni and friends have contributed $4,250,107.05 through June 30, 2014 .
“The contributions have helped fund faculty development initiatives, renovations to campus facilities , student scholarships and a variety of other initiatives across campus,” said Lucas Taylor, Potomac State’s Development Director.
At the same time, WVU celebrated a campaign total of more than $772 million, exceeding the initial campaign goal of $750 million. The University also announced that the “State of Minds Campaign” has been extended through Dec. 31, 2017 with a new goal of $1 billion.
The continued commitment of the Potomac State College alumni, friends and partners as generous supporters of the campaign is deeply appreciated stated Taylor. “Your dedication is what makes our success possible. Thank you.”
For further information about donating to Potomac State College’s capital campaign, contact Taylor at 304-788-6995 or e-mail him at LSTaylor@mail.wvu.edu
|Pictured from left are: Jered Horton, a sophomore business administration major, from Romney, W.Va.; Curtis Kendle, a sophomore pre-occupational therapy major, from Hagerstown, Md.; and Ryan Dickerson, a sophomore sociology major, from Richmond, Va.|
Students Jordan Regini, left, a freshman general studies major, from Muskego, Wis., and Mamud Sankoh, a sophomore pre-physical therapy major, from Hyattsville, Md., took time from their busy schedules to sign the banner and say thank you to all those who contributed to the College’s capital campaign.