Donald James McIntosh Memorial Scholarship

The late Virginia McIntosh Korevec first heard about Warren Wilson College when she was in high school in the 1920’s, because her church in Michigan sent mission funds to what was then known as the Asheville Farm School. Her first actual visit to the College was in 1986, when she sat in on some classes and also saw the work program in action. She became an advocate for the school that she had heard about and supported so many decades before. In 1993 she decided that a fitting memorial to her late brother, Donald James McIntosh, would be to establish a scholarship in his memory. The earnings from this fund go annually to support a deserving student(s) majoring in mathematics, science or religion who has demonstrated financial need.