The Wesleyan Fund

The Wesleyan Fund also provides scholarship support for students.  Unlike endowed scholarship funds, 100% of the money secured for the Wesleyan Fund is immediately utilized to support students.  The impact of these dollars is significant and meaningful in a given year.   The Wesleyan Fund does not persist over time—but its impact is quite high.  A $1,000 gift in support of the Wesleyan Fund provides the functional equivalent of a $20,000 endowed fund.  Both are important, both are needed, and building both endowed and Wesleyan Fund scholarships are critical to our student success.

The 2013-2014 Wesleyan Fund Goal is $1.2 million.  Every gift truly makes a difference!

Make Your Online Gift Now or mail your check to:  West Virginia Wesleyan College, Office of Advancement, 59 College Avenue, Buckhannon, WV  26201.

If you wish to make a gift to West Virginia Wesleyan College and take advantage of this special tax-saving opportunity, please make your check out to West Virginia Wesleyan College and write WV Opportunity Scholarship on the memo line of the check.

If you have additional questions about the Neighborhood Investment Program at Wesleyan, please contact Rose Ellen Loudin ’03, Director of Advancement Operations, at 304-473-8600 or

Have You Considered a Recurring Gift to Wesleyan?

We invite you to consider giving a recurring gift online to West Virginia Wesleyan College.  You can give to Wesleyan through on-going monthly contributions by credit card or through electronic funds transfer (EFT). (Click here for EFT Form)

"Not only did Wesleyan provide me with numerous internship opportunities and travel experiences abroad, it gave me a strong foundation for graduate school. The specialized programs of study allowed me to map out long-term goals. In addition, my faculty advisers proved essential to my success and were always available to assist me with all facets of my educational experience. This type of individualized instruction would not have been possible at any other college or university. I was privileged to have spent time here and became a more refined and focused person--learning how to manage my time more efficiently, adjust to culturally diverse societies, and establish deeper relationships with my fellow peers."

Logan Gibson '11
Frasure-Shingleton Intern and Judith A. Herndon Fellow
Candidate for Master's in Applied Behavior Analysis at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington

"From the moment I began my first classes at Wesleyan, I knew I was in a place where there was no limit to the success of the students. I was not only allowed, but encouraged to pursue any interests I had, both on the athletic field and in the classroom. The faculty, staff, and coaches I met along the way all had a critical role in the development of the person I am today. They made Wesleyan a second home that I will always remember."

Cy Mozingo '11
First-year medical student at West Virginia University
NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship Recipient
2011 Co-West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Baseball Player of the Year


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West Virginia Wesleyan Office of Advancement
59 College Avenue
Buckhannon, WV 26201