Honor Roll of Donors
Welcome to the Davis & Elkins College Honor Roll of Donors.
Alumni and friends respond generously to support The D&E Fund, scholarships, athletics, endowed funds and many other campus programs. These gifts help strengthen the dynamic, vibrant learning community of D&E.
Since Davis & Elkins College’s founding in 1904, gifts from individuals and organizations have played a crucial role in the development of the College. Henry Gassaway Davis and Stephen Benton Elkins transformed their vision into reality by donating land and money, and by securing support from the Presbyterian Church. Throughout the years, alumni and friends have made gifts that have enabled the College carry out its mission of providing a quality, personalized education, rooted in the liberal arts, to each new generation of students, meeting the challenges of changing times, changing technologies, and an increasingly diverse student body.
To recognize those whose outstanding, consistent support is sustaining and empowering the College in its second century of service, Davis & Elkins College has created the 1904 Society to recognize those who give $1,000 or more to The D&E Fund.
Click here for the list of 1904 Society Members.
Gifts from Alumni
During the past fiscal year, Davis & Elkins College alumni stepped forward to show their support for the College and the current young men and women who call D&E home. Whether supporting The D&E Fund, an academic program, an athletic team, an endowed fund, every gift helps the current generation of Senators achieve their dreams of a college education.
Davis & Elkins College is most grateful to those who demonstrate their commitment to the College and its students by giving faithfully year after year. The individuals and organizations recognized have passed the five, ten, fifteen and twenty-year milestones in consistent giving to Davis & Elkins College.
Gifts Made in Honor or Memory
Many choose to honor or remember a friend or loved one with a gift to Davis & Elkins College. The College is pleased to recognize those who so thoughtfully made gifts of this nature as well as those who were honored or remembered by the gift.