Alumni Judy and Jim DeLapa’s Samaritan Scholarship, which they started in 2003, helps students who utilize MSU’s RCPD. This year, it was given out to its 100th recipient.
WKAR, one of the nation’s leading public media services, turns 100 next year—thanks in part to a steady stream of community support through annual giving.
The late Eli Broad, his wife Edythe, and their foundation have given nearly $100 million to MSU, changing the physical and academic landscape of campus for the better—forever.
MSU donors are creating a better today, and tomorrow, thanks to years of cumulative giving to causes that make as big an impact as possible, on as many people as possible.
MSU leads the creation of the Enslaved.org database, which so far has more than 5 million data points about enslaved people and those who participated in the historical slave trade
Tim and Karen O’Donovan’s giving spans three colleges and two cities, helping students and programs grow—both on campus, and in their hometown of Grand Rapids.