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Endowments & Scholarships

Endowments & Scholarships

For the past several years, Potomac State College of WVU has made awards to worthy students from nearly 75 endowed scholarships.

However, as the College increases its enrollment, more students, many of whom are first-generation college-goers, will be seeking financial assistance.

You can help through a generous donation to any existing Potomac State Scholarship, or you may create your own scholarship fund for a gift of $25,000 or more (one-time; over five years; using cash, stocks, corporate bonds, or mutual funds; or through your estate plan).

Instructions for Creating an Endowment or Scholarship


Other Named Endowed Fund Options to consider:

Library acquisitions fund

$10,000

General endowment

$50,000

Faculty enrichment fund

$25,000

Presidential scholarship

$100,000

Academic program support fund

$100,000

Disciplinary professorship

$500,000

Distinguished professorship

$1,000,000

Chair

$1,500,000

Plus these ways of helping are useful to consider as you take care of your retirement and estate planning:

For questions about giving, please contact:

Keri B. Whitacre, Ed.D.

Director of Development

WVU Potomac State College

Office: 304-788-7085

Cell: 301-697-2315

keri.whitacre@mail.wvu.edu