The university honors alumni, donors and friends with special events and hosts ceremonies such as dedications and groundbreakings throughout the year. These scrapbooks capture the fun and excitement of the event and let those who couldn’t attend enjoy the moment, too.
2015 Monroe Park Campus Scholarship Dinner
More than 350 Virginia Commonwealth University School of Pharmacy alumni, faculty, residents, students, preceptors, friends and family convened May 29, 2014, at Richmond’s Jefferson Hotel to celebrate Victor A. Yanchick’s 18 years of leadership as dean and Joseph T. DiPiro’s appointment as new dean.
More than 300 donors, faculty and staff gathered on May 14, 2014, at The Jefferson Hotel in Richmond, Virginia, to honor faculty who hold endowed chairs and professorships and donors who support those endowments.
2014 Monroe Park Campus Endowed Scholarship Dinner
The Virginia Commonwealth University School of Nursing celebrated its 120th anniversary by recognizing alumni and faculty as 120 Visionary Leaders during a gala May 30, 2013, at The Jefferson Hotel in Richmond, Virginia. Nancy F. Langston, Ph.D., RN, FAAN, ANEF, retired dean of the School of Nursing and one of the honorees, received special recognition for serving 22 years at the helm of the school.
14th annual Monroe Park Campus Endowed Scholarship dinner
Nearly 500 donors, alumni and friends gathered for a reception hosted by President Michael Rao, Ph.D., at the Country Club of Virginia.
MCV Foundation Board Members and special guests gathered at The Country Club of Virginia on May 14, 2012 to celebrate another successful year and award the annual MCV Campus philanthropic and leadership awards?
Almost 90 MCV Society members enjoyed a reception at the Tuckahoe Plantation in Henrico, Va., in April 2012. The MCV Society recognizes donors who have named the MCV Campus in their estate plans. The event is hosted by the MCV Foundation.
Nearly 350 MCV Campus scholarship recipients, donors and special guests gathered Oct. 31, 2011, at The Jefferson Hotel to honor the incredible impact of the scholarship donors. The event is hosted by the MCV Foundation.
In honor of the inauguration of VCU's fifth president, Michael Rao, Ph.D., more than 350 community leaders and friends gathered at the Commonwealth Club to celebrate the historic event. The event raised more than $141,000 for the new Michael Rao Inaugural Scholarship Fund.
The MCV Society, the planned giving society created by the Medical College of Virginia Foundation and supporting the MCV Campus of Virginia Commonwealth University, enjoyed its fifth annual spring outing April 28 at Agecroft Hall.
More than 300 students, donors, faculty and staff gathered at the Commonwealth Club in for the 12th annual Monroe Park Campus Endowed Scholarship Dinner. The dinner was sponsored by the School of Business Foundation, the School of Engineering Foundation, and the VCU Foundation.
About 90 alumni and friends gathered at the Gallery at UNOS to enjoy a members-only reception hosted by the VCU and MCV Alumni Associations and to honor longtime supporter Dr. W. Baxter Perkinson Jr. (D.D.S.'70) and his wife, Elaine. The Perkinsons' artwork — watercolors by Baxter and sculptures by Elaine — was on display at the Gallery at UNOS.
The MCV Foundation hosted its sixth annual MCV Campus Endowed Scholarship Brunch, which brings together scholarship recipients and their generous donors for an afternoon of conversation and appreciation.
About 110 current and emeriti members of the VCU and MCV Alumni Association boards gathered for their annual update from VCU President Michael Rao, Ph.D.
VCU's most loyal donors gathered at the Commonwealth Club to induct 20 new members into the Founders' Society.
Alumni and friends gathered at the Richard T. Robertson Alumni House to celebrate its 10th anniversary. Richard T. "Dick" Robertson (B.S.'67/MC) thanked the crowd for their support of the VCU Alumni Association.
Alumni gather in Brandermill to welcome VCU President Michael Rao, Ph.D., and his wife, Monica.
Alumni gather in Glen Allen to welcome VCU President Michael Rao, Ph.D., and his wife, Monica.