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What if?

What if we wore our pride on our sleeves – pride in navigating VMI’s challenging demands? What if doing so helped encourage and provide similar challenges for others? What if we banded together as alumni (as we did as cadets) to become best-in-class?

Step aside, Princeton. Sorry, The Citadel. VMI alumni are taking the lead now. Our Corps of Cadets is looking to us – and we are resolved to lead them well.


VMI lags behind schools like The Citadel, West Point and Princeton in alumni giving participation. Our corps of cadets is looking to us – and we are resolved to lead them well.


 

Why is it important for Asa Page '79 to participate?

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Help us Accomplish VMI’s Mission

“To accomplish its mission, VMI shall provide to qualified young men and women undergraduate education of the highest quality – embracing engineering, science and the arts – conducted in, and facilitated by, the unique VMI system of military discipline.”

The Foundation Fund and Keydet Club Scholarship Fund provide the bulk of VMI’s critical funding. Every gift matters. Any amount donated helps the Corps. What impact would you like to make?

A graph showing alumni participation giving rates. Amherst has 47%, West Point has 33%, The Citadel has 25% and VMI has 23%.

Every gift matters. Any amount donated helps the Corps.

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