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Wabash Valley College Foundation

Since the first formal steps to establish Wabash Valley College in 1959, The Wabash Valley College Foundation and its members have supported the College’s development and growth.

Over the past 60 years, the Foundation has contributed nearly $4 million for the organization and development of the College and has assisted in promoting excellence at WVC by securing financial support for educational and cultural opportunities which are not part of the College’s ongoing operational expenses.

Some of the Foundation’s contributions to the capital development of the College include:

  • Purchase of Site for the WVC Campus
  • The Construction and Renovation of Several Campus Buildings
  • Advanced Technology Center
  • Valley Gardens Dorms
  • Library Books & Equipment
  • Biological Sciences Lab
  • Athletic Fields
  • A Variety of Performing and Visual Arts
  • Electronic Marquee
  • Scholarship Program
  • Donor Recognition Wall

We at WVC are able provide excellence and accessibility in education, undertake innovative endeavors, dedicate ourselves to student learning and enhance higher education's role in public life because of our donors. While we continue to serve our students and the public through these traditional strengths, we also recognize the push for continual change provides for us a future marked by increasing distinction and zealous ambition.

The alumni of Wabash Valley College are justifiably proud of this institution, and hold that legacy in hand with a profound sense of stewardship. That stewardship involves ensuring that future students have progressively better educational experiences. We would like you to partner with us in that endeavor.

Individuals interested in donating to the WVC Foundation may contact the Wabash Valley College Administration/Foundation building at 618-262-8641. If you wish to donate with a debit/credit card or bank account please visit our donations page by clicking HERE.

A gift to the WVC Foundation is a gift of opportunity and hope for the future of countless students attending Wabash Valley College.

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