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Capital Projects

For information about contributing to a capital project, contact Patricia Schumann, Vice President for University Advancement and President of the WVSU Foundation at (304) 766-3021 or patricia.schumann@wvstateu.edu.

Fleming Hall

The D. Stephen and Diane H. Walker Convocation Center at West Virginia State University (WVSU) opened in March 2014. Naming opportunities for bricks and lockers are still available. Click here to see photographs of the construction process.

Gregory V. Monroe Athletic Complex and Athletic Enhancement

Located at Lakin Field, the Gregory V. Monroe Athletic Complex is a dynamic new home for the Yellow Jackets Football team that supports the training needs of ALL student athletes in its state-of-the-art weight training facility. The University is also seeking support to install artificial turf and lights and upgrade facilities that support its Athletic Fields.

New Residence Hall

The Judge Damon J. Keith Scholars Hall opened its doors in August of 2014.The new residence hall features suite-style living with two-, three- and four-bedroom suites, in addition to a study lounge, café and gaming room for students. Naming opportunities are still available.

Hamblin Hall Addition

Building upon a strong history of education in the sciences, and empowered by a thriving partnership with the Research and Development Corporation, West Virginia State University’s College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics is growing in student enrollment and in research activity. The Hamblin Hall Addition will provide critically needed laboratory space and upgraded equipment to support this growth. Naming opportunities are available from $50,000 to $1 million.

Center for Adult and Commuter Student Services

The Center for Adult and Commuter Student Services will provide the welcoming, supportive environment that commuter students and adult learners need to succeed as they balance their studies with work and family responsibilities. It will also serve as a resource for community members seeking to take summer courses or increase their expertise in specific areas without enrolling as full-time students. Naming opportunities are available from $10,000 to $200,000.

Technology Infrastructure and Upgrades

Help West Virginia State to provide the tools students need to be successful in a competitive and rapidly changing technological environment. Opportunities include increased bandwidth, wireless Internet access across campus, and equipment for laboratories and classrooms.

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