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Ways of Giving

There are numerous ways of giving to Valley City State University. Please click on items below for more information on each of the ways you can give back to VCSU.
In addition to the items above, we accept matching gifts. Many businesses offer Matching Gift Programs to their employees. If you or your spouse work for a company that provides matching gifts, please obtain the company's matching gift form from either the business office or the personnel office. A matching gift will double or even triple your gift amount and qualify you for a higher level of recognition.

Another way of giving is to consider setting up an Endowed Memorial Scholarship. All of us have benefited from "special" people in our lives. People who have been there when they were needed and have made a significant difference in our lives.

We often wonder how we might do something special for these individuals to memorialize their names and memory forever. One way is to establish an endowed memorial scholarship in their name. Such a scholarship is an outstanding way to provide a lasting memory for that special person in your life with a gift that keeps on giving.

The actual amount of the scholarship can vary depending upon your wishes and the size of the scholarship you wish to establish. We will work with you to structure a scholarship that truly memorializes that special person in your life. Careful and prudent investing of the principal will insure that the interest earnings will be more than sufficient to offset the cost of the annual scholarship while still realizing modest growth. As a result, the principal will experience growth, and in future years, the scholarship can increase to keep pace with inflation. By doing so, the scholarship will always remain current and the principal will never be touched. This gift is truly a gift that keeps on giving. Your loved one will be memorialized forever. The scholarship will benefit future generations of students yet unborn.

For assistance or further information please contact:
Larry Robinson, Executive Director