The latest news from the Office of College Advancement
Building on $85 million already raised, Washington College kicks off a $150 million comprehensive campaign that is focused on the student experience and is the largest in the College’s history.
Washington College’s Dam the Debt Program helps lower debt by 12.8 percent for seniors graduating in fall semester.
A generous gift and matching state grant will create a $2 million endowment for the new chief of entrepreneurial science at Washington College’s Center for Environment & Society.
Read these inspiring stories of #WCGrateful students. Without donors like you, these students wouldn’t have been able to attend Washington College.
A $1 million gift from trustee and investor-relations expert Rebecca Corbin Loree ’00 will give students new opportunities for launching career plans.
Each year, Washington College students devote a day to campus beautification in appreciation of Eugene B. Casey and Betty Casey ’47 for their generous support of our institution.
Beginning in February, the former fundraising chief of The Peabody Institute at Johns Hopkins University will lead the Washington College advancement team.
A recipient of the Vincent Hynson Scholarship, Patrick Lindsay ’19 works hard every day to honor the legacy of Vincent Hynson at Washington College. Below, he answers a few questions about why his scholarship is so important.
A state program that targets higher education innovators in science and technical fields has, for the second time in as many years, granted Washington College nearly $1 million for a new endowed chair, this time for the Eastern Shore Food Lab.
In honor of his late mother, Dr. Carol C. Culp, Board of Visitors and Governors Chairman Larry Culp is supporting the Department of Psychology chair with an endowment of $2 million.
Philanthropist Betty Brown Casey ’47 honors Annie Brown Coleman, a longtime staffer in the President’s Office, with a $1 million endowed scholarship.
Two alumni - a family friend and a high school teacher - both recommended Washington College to Parker. From the first time he stepped on campus, Parker was sure WC was the place for him.