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February 15, 2022

At WVU, as State Funding Goes Down, Students Bear More and More of the Burden

Mountain State Spotlight – Last summer, the West Virginia University Foundation — the institution’s fundraising arm — touted in a news release that it had raised a record $270 million. Read the full article.

Foundation President and CEO Cindi Roth said the number “speaks volumes about the generosity and commitment of our alumni and friends.”

WVU President Gordon Gee said the private donations help the university attract students, retain faculty and bolster research programs. “West Virginia University is so fortunate to have such strong and unwavering support from our alumni and friends,” Gee said.

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