Making a financial gift to the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine impacts current students, future students, patients and the quality of medical education and research.
For more information about how your gift can help move the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine forward, contact Linda Holmes, director of development and alumni affairs at 304-691-1711 or email@example.com.
At the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, more than 90 percent of students rely on federal student loans to supplement their finances. The average Marshall medical student graduates with more than $150,000 in debt, making scholarships more important than ever.
Academic scholarships for outstanding students, regardless of their ability to pay, are vital to the School of Medicine as we seek to attract and keep the best and brightest students in West Virginia.
Gifts made to the School of Medicine’s Annual Loyalty Fund are used to meet the school’s greatest priorities, among which are scholarships, teaching, research and capital projects.
Your gift of $100, $200 or more will help carry on the tradition of the annual White Coat Ceremony. Each year, a new class of future physicians is welcomed into the ranks and presented with their white coat and medical instruments, provided through generous gifts from alumni and friends.
Take a Seat is a long-term campaign that supports the School of Medicine’s Educational Technology Endowment. Your gift of $1,000 will enable the School of Medicine to maintain and enhance its cutting-edge technological support for health sciences education.When you make your pledge, the school will inscribe a brass plaque to be placed on the back of a seat in the Harless Auditorium.
Innovations happen at the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine everyday through clinical, laboratory and translational research. Learn more about what we're doing to advance medicine and how you can support new innovations. Gifts to support research may be designated for a specific department, program or research area. Please contact Linda Holmes at 304-691-1711 for more information.