•  Meet Lena Salameh, a chemistry major with a pre-med emphasis.“As students, we praise scholarships for covering some costs of tuition and fees, living expenses and personal expenses. ‘Adulting’ is rough, but with scholarships, they help build one’s character and stability for the future,” she said. Read more about Lena in the latest volume of Artifacts of Appreciation.

    The Autumn 2017 Edition of Articles of Gratitude is now available.


  • Scholarship Honor Brunch 2017

    Marshall University donors and current recipients of privately funded scholarships honored April 8, 2017 at the Scholarship Honor Brunch.


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    Brad Smith Names Foundation Hall

    The Marshall University Foundation Hall was re-named for Brad D. Smith, generous benefactor to the foundation and a loyal alum, in a ceremony on October 30, 2015. “Brad epitomizes the foundation’s core value of diversity, pride, respect and integrity,” said Dr. Ron Area, CEO of the Marshall Foundation.


Donors make possibilities real.

Make a difference for a student, a professor, a department, a program…

The Foundation, in collaboration with Marshall University’s

Office of Development, secures private financial support for the University and encourages alumni giving by offering a variety of ways to give. Every dollar contributed helps students attend Marshall, provides funds to grow and improve
facilities, and enhances curriculum. This all starts with the desire to support excellence at Marshall.


Why Giving Matters

Quarterly Donor Spotlight

John and Patty Anderson 

Marshall Alumni John and Patty Anderson have been inspired by all that Marshall gave them and the personal involvement of their professors, particularly those who equipped them with necessary skill sets to enter their chosen professions. Because of this, the couple recently established the John Spencer Anderson and Patricia Hogg Anderson Scholarship. The renewable award will benefit education majors. Read More>>>


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