Kentucky Wesleyan College has two societies that honor the generosity of donors whose cumulative giving to the institution totals $100,000 or more.
Through these societies, the College honors the extraordinary support of alumni, friends, faculty and staff. Private donors have a vital role in shaping the College’s future, and the Lifetime Giving Societies provide the means to recognize these most generous supporters.
The Winchester Society
Members of the Winchester Society have made commitments of $1 million or more to the College.
The society is named for Kentucky Wesleyan’s second campus located in Winchester, Ky. from 1890-1951. It was at the Winchester Campus that Kentucky Wesleyan admitted the first women as students, that intercollegiate athletics were introduced and that Minerva became a symbol of the Kentucky Wesleyan College spirit.
The Millersburg Society
Members of the Millersburg Society have made commitments of $100,000 or more to the College.
The society is named for Kentucky Wesleyan’s first campus in Millersburg, Ky. (1858-1889). Millersburg is where Kentucky Wesleyan began classes, held its first commencement and transitioned from a training school for preachers to a liberal arts school.
How to Join
Individuals become members of leadership giving societies based on their outright, cumulative giving over time to the Wesleyan Scholarship Fund or any other College fund of the donor’s choosing. Cumulative giving includes employer matching gifts.
CLICK HERE to invest in Kentucky Wesleyan and begin your path toward joining these loyal investors in membership in the Millersburg and Winchester Societies.