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Mr. and Mrs. Mrozinski

A love for education

Education has shaped the lives of West Virginia University alumni Ken and Annie Mrozinski. It is what brought the couple together, and for Annie, education became a lifelong career. Their love for education is what inspired the couple to make a monumental planned gift to support scholarships in WVU’s School of Theatre & Dance.

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Royal University for Women in Bahrain makes gift to WVU

International students enrolled in WVU's civil engineering program in Bahrain now have an opportunity to receive tuition assistance thanks to a gift from the Royal University for Women.

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The new WVU Medicine Children's Hospital

Help Grow WVU Medicine Children's

Take a video tour of what the new, state-of-the-art hospital will look like and consider donating to help make it a reality.

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Forrest and Barbara Coontz

Late WVU alum, WWII veteran leaves over $2 million for engineering student scholarships

An estate gift of $2.3 million dollars will significantly boost the already established and endowed Forrest & Barbara Coontz Scholarship.

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Matthew Arias

Matthew Arias '20

Matthew Arias, from San Bernardino, Calif., travelled across the country to be continue his education in a WVU graduate program that would provide him exceptional experiences on scholarship.

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