WVU Davis College envisions a world that is sustainably fed, clothed and sheltered.
Despite these challenging times, we work to help our students and faculty achieve success in the broad fields of agriculture, natural resources and design.
As WVU’s oldest academic unit, we’re committed to the core mission of land-grant institutions. Your generosity provides the momentum we need to create incredible opportunities for our students and to support our faculty. Together we can transform West Virginia and the world into a thriving and sustainable place for us all to prosper. Please consider making a gift to support the WVU Davis College this WVU Day of Giving.
Greatest Needs / 2U047
Giving to the Dean’s Opportunity Fund is the best way to support us on the Day of Giving. This fund allows the WVU Davis College the flexibility to help in all areas — from research to scholarships, to specific student and faculty needs, to other opportunities that advance our land-grant mission.
Scholarships / 2S118
Change the life of a student with a gift of support to our scholarship fund. Over the past two years, students have faced tremendous challenges and overcome so much in order to complete their degrees and prepare for future careers. Your gift will help take one of the biggest concerns off a student’s mind: Paying for education. Help our Davis College students thrive with a gift to the Davis College Scholarship fund today!.
John D. Anderson, Jr. WVU Farm Endowment/ 3V1168
The WVU Davis College Research, Education and Outreach Centers (REOCs) are centers of excellence, providing living laboratory space for our students and faculty to engage in research, learning and service. Be part of our campaign to raise $2.5 million and helps us lay a cornerstone for the future. The John D. Anderson, Jr. Farm Endowment will ensure that our REOCs across West Virginia thrive in their mission by supporting programming, student research, agricultural learning activities, cutting edge technology, upkeep of our farm properties and facilities, and more.
Landscape Architecture Program Fund/ 2W879
Awarded a WVU Board of Governors Program of Excellence for 2020-21, the WVU Landscape Architecture program is ranked 19th most popular landscape architecture program in the nation, a testament to its student-centered approach. The future needs your investment to continue producing top talent for the profession. Your gift to this program fund will ensure that our landscape architecture students work with cutting-edge technology as well as receive scholarships and support for experiential learning.