For the past two years, Giving Day has been a celebration of the all-in spirit of our community. It’s a day where our alumni, students, families, staff, faculty, and friends collectively come together to support the College. This year, as our nation confronts brutal, systemic racism in the midst of a global pandemic, going all-in means more…

Giving Day will raise funds for diversity, equity, and inclusion on campus. When you make your Giving Day donation, you will be able to select where you would like to designate your gift on our drop down menu with info about each scholarship or programming fund you can support. And all gifts will be matched! $60,000 has already been pledged from a small group of alumni, parents, and friends whose contributions will match your gift dollar for dollar!

Ways to make a difference on Giving Day:

  • Make a gift to Warren Wilson (to general scholarships, to increased funding for the WIDE Office, which includes funding for student groups like the Black Student Union, Indigenous Student Alliance, Latinx Student Collective, the Asian Culture Club, Showing Up for Racial Justice and to merit scholarships for students of color)
  • Make a gift toward the Black Lives Matter movement
  • Make a gift toward COVID-19 relief 
  • Protest or march in support of racial justice
  • Volunteer or work to support the Black Lives Matter Movement
  • Volunteer or work to support your community to improve the lives of those affected by COVID-19

This form enables you the ability to submit your actions to enter our Giving Day Raffles

Help your class get on the board on June 18th!

2020 Leaderboard

Most Alumni Donors by Class

1st place: 2008
2nd place: 2000
3rd place: 2003

Ways to Designate Your Gift

Make a Gift, Name a Room

When you make a gift on Giving Day, you will help us name a room in Myron Boon Hall. Every gift counts as a vote for your favorite name. Thank you to everyone who submitted suggestions! We had the Alumni Board vote on their favorites and here are your options:

The Carson Room (in honor of Carson Hall)
The Andy Summers Room (in honor of our former chaplain)
The Alma Shippy ’54 Room (in honor of WWC’s first African-American student)
The Sam Scoville Room (in honor of our former English professor)
The Class of 2020 Room (in honor of WWC’s Class of 2020)
The Owlery (Go Owls!)
The Charles H. and Susan M. Alexander Room (in honor of Alexander Farms, which sold 302 acres to WWC in 1957)
The Steve Williams Room (in honor of our former Music professor and WWC Presbyterian Church organist)