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Through our programs, services, and facilities, the VCU Division of Student Affairs champions holistic student development by fostering inclusive communities and providing dynamic, integrative learning experiences that prepare our students to be thoughtfully engaged contributors to the global community.

Our students benefit from co-curricular experiences and you can help engage students in these learning activities. 

Your gift supporting Virginia Commonwealth University underscores your commitment to the future of the university. Your gift, no matter the size, is an investment in VCU's pursuit to become a premier, urban research institution.

Ways to Give

Central Office, Division of Student Affairs

Student Affairs is comprised of departments promoting the intellectual, personal, social, moral, financial, physical, and psychological development of VCU students.

To give to the division, select "Search" and then type in "Student Affairs".

Give to the Division of Student Affairs

Family Fund | New Student and Family Programs

The VCU Family Fund assists students in crisis situations to continue their education. Events such as accidents, illness, death, fire damage or unexpected homelessness can negatively impact a student and their likelihood of staying in school.

Give to Family Fund

Ram Pantry

Welcomes and serves VCU students with documented disabilities who are registered for classes on the Monroe Park Campus.

Give to Ram Pantry

Student Accessibility and Educational Opportunity (SAEO)

Welcomes and serves VCU students with documented disabilities who are registered for classes on the Monroe Park Campus.

Give to SAEO

Student Media Center (SMC)

Dedicated to the support and encouragement of responsible, independent student media to connect, explore and enrich the lives of the university’s many constituencies.

Give to SMC

Rams in Recovery

Maximizes student success by fostering a healthy campus environment. The Wellness Resource Center is the public health outreach branch of University Student Health Services.

Give to Rams in Recovery

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