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Warrior Women Coalition Scholarship for Inclusion

$500
100%
Raised toward our $500 Goal
11 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on August 31, at 12:00 AM EDT
Project Owners

Anonymous

$60

Aug 09, 2016

Anonymous

$25

Aug 02, 2016

Salvatore and Jo Ann Mannino

In Honor of Samantha Josephine Mannino

$50

Jul 30, 2016

Shay

Matmanivong

$10

Jul 27, 2016

Zachary

Rich

Undisclosed Amount

Jul 21, 2016

Aleanna

Siacon

$5

Jul 21, 2016

Janet

Watkins

Undisclosed Amount

Jul 20, 2016

Danh

Nguyen

$25

Jul 20, 2016

Dana

Calandrino

$50

Jul 20, 2016

Anonymous

$100

Jul 20, 2016

Rebecca

Hanna

$25

Jul 20, 2016
Levels
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$5

The Laundry Level

Depending on which machines you’re using, washing and drying a load of laundry on campus can cost between $3 and $5. Thanks for helping keep our clothes clean! -name added to published list of donors

$10

The Dinner Level

Buying dinner at a campus cafeteria without a mealplan? The cost is $8.75. Thanks for covering dinner! -name added to published list of donors -social media shoutout! (send us your facebook ID/twitter handle)

$25

The Tank of Gas Level

Most Wayne State students commute. Most also work additional off-campus jobs to help cover the costs associated with higher learning. Your $25 donation is the symbolic equivalent of the tank of gas that can help them get where they need to be! -name added to published list of donors -social media shoutout! (send us your facebook ID/twitter handle) -electronic thank-you photo/card on behalf of the Warrior Women Coalition members

$50

The Additional Fees Level

Last Fall semester, each undergraduate student paid $32.95 and each graduate student paid $47.45 for use of the Student Center. Thanks for symbolically covering that cost with your donation! -name added to published list of donors -social media shoutout! (send us your -facebook ID/twitter handle) -electronic thank-you photo/card on behalf of the Warrior Women Coalition members -name added to a showcase of top donors in Winter 2017

$100

The Bronze Textbook Level

You just covered the cost of a college textbook! According to the National Association of College Stores, the average cost of a textbook in the 2014-2015 academic year was $82. -name added to published list of donors -social media shoutout! (send us your facebook ID/twitter handle) -hard copy signed 4x5 thank-you photo and card from the Warrior Women Coalition members (we will contact you for mailing information) -name added to a showcase of top donors in Winter 2017

$150

The Silver Half-a-Credit Level

Most undergraduate courses at Wayne State were priced at $350-375 per credit hour during the previous academic year - which means most classes cost between $700 (for two credits) and $1400 (for four credits), or more. Your donation helps cut that cost almost in half. -name added to published list of donors -social media shoutout! (send us your facebook ID/twitter handle) -hard copy signed 4x5 thank-you photo and card from the Warrior Women Coalition members (we will contact you for mailing information) -hard-copy signed thank-you card from the scholarship recipients -name added to a showcase of top donors in Winter 2017

$250

The Golden Registration Level

Registration fees for students ranged from $204.85 (for undergraduates) to $274.60 (for graduate students) in the 2015-2016 academic year. Your donation, which would cover the cost of one of the scholarships we hope to offer, symbolically covers this fee for one semester. -name added to published list of donors -social media shoutout! (send us your facebook ID/twitter handle) -hard copy signed 4x5 thank-you photo and card from the Warrior Women Coalition members (we will contact you for mailing information) -hard-copy signed thank-you card from the scholarship recipients -name added to a showcase of top donors in Winter 2017 -Invitation to coffee meet-and-greet with current Warrior Women Coalition members and scholarship recipients in Winter 2017