• Marshall University President Jerome A. Gilbert today announced alumnus and Intuit Chairman and CEO Brad D. Smith and his wife, Alys Smith, have made a $25 million gift to the university’s Lewis College of Business. Read more.

  • The Spring 2019 Edition of Articles of Gratitude is now available.

     

  • Scholarship Honor Brunch 2019

    Marshall University donors and current recipients of privately funded scholarships honored April 13, 2019 at the annual Scholarship Honor Brunch.

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  • Why are you vastly indispensable to Marshall students, the university and the Huntington community? Let Maddy, Corey and Hannah share their stories and explain the impact that they recognize you have made. 

     

  • “It was not until I became a Marshall student that I realized that I would like to give back to my school. My feeling at the moment is that one of the ways I could show my appreciation towards Marshall that has significantly affected me is to give back. I want Marshall to stay as good of a school as it is, or even better going forward.” – Ryohei “Joe” Fukuda, Class of 2019, Master of Business Administration

    Read more of Joe’s story in the latest edition of Artifacts of Appreciation.

     
     

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

Planned Giving Quarterly Donor Spotlight


Audy Perry

“Marshall University is critical to the success of our region. As Marshall University grows, so does our region. Marshall has given so many opportunities to my family and friends that it is just a natural response to that gift. A legacy gift is key to the university planning for the future and weathering those unknown financial storms that may lay ahead.”
– Audy Perry, Marshall University donor

Read Audy’s full story in the Planned Giving Quarterly Donor Spotlight

 

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