Virginia Tech Giving Day 2022
Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine

About the video: The Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine hosts an annual White Coat Ceremony that serves as a reminder to practice humanism in medicine. For the most recent ceremony, alumni provided letters that went into the white coat pockets.


The Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine opened for its charter class in August 2010. Since then, four classes have graduated and each have achieved a 100 percent match to residency, meaning all graduates have been selected for residency training in a variety of specialties. In total, the four graduating classes have produced 160 alumni, many of whom are still in residency training. About a dozen completed residency and are now practicing physicians.

Currently an independent, private medical school, the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine is set to integrate into Virginia Tech on July 1, 2018, and become the university's ninth college.

The Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine is creating the next generation of physician thought leaders through inquiry, research, and discovery. Your gifts help us achieve by supporting a variety of initiatives at the school that help us recruit the best students and faculty. During the last fiscal year, our alumni, faculty, students, and friends nearly tripled annual fund donations.

Please consider making a gift today of any amount to the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine. With your support, we can continue growing our impact for our students, faculty, employees, alumni, and community.

Rank State Gifts
1 VA 17
2 NC 2
3 MA 1
Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine Deans Dollar-for-Dollar Match
The Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine academic deans, along with Dr. Joe Moskal, vice chair of the VTC Dean’s Council on Advancement, as a group will match dollar-for-dollar every gift donated to the School of Medicine up to a total of $5,000 in gifts. Help us take advantage of this generous match!
$5,000 MATCHED
Exit Light, Enter Night Challenge
Are you up late? Why not make a gift to your favorite area of the university? If the university gets 50 gifts between 11 p.m. and 1 a.m. EST, a generous anonymous donor will give an extra $2,500 to the Virginia Tech Annual Fund!
50 / 50 Gifts
Early Bird Challenge
Rise and shine, early bird Hokies! Why not start off your day with gifts to your favorite areas of Virginia Tech? If the university gets 25 gifts from 4-6 a.m. EST, a generous donor will give an extra $1,500 to the Virginia Tech Annual Fund!
25 / 25 Gifts
Vice President Participation Leaderboard Challenge
Which giving area will receive the most donations during Virginia Tech Giving Day? Make a gift to your favorite area of Virginia Tech to help keep your area at the top of the leaderboard! The areas with the most gifts at the end of Giving Day will receive an additional donation from Virginia Tech Vice President of Advancement Charlie Phlegar.
Rank Prize Areas of Support Gifts
1 $1,250 College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences 799
2 $750 College of Engineering 789
3 $500 College of Science 612
4 Pamplin College of Business 520
5 Corps of Cadets 370
6 College of Agriculture and Life Sciences 356
7 Student Affairs & Student Organizations 265
8 College of Architecture and Urban Studies 202
9 Athletics 199
10 College of Natural Resources and Environment 148
11 Hokie Family Annual Fund 131
12 Virginia Tech Transportation Institute 127
13 Moss Arts Center 126
14 Alumni Scholarship Fund 115
15 Virginia Tech Annual Fund 103
16 Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine 72
17 Inclusion and Diversity 62
18 Myers-Lawson School of Construction 58
19 Graduate School 56
20 Biocomplexity Institute of Virginia Tech 49
21 Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute 46
22 University Libraries 34
23 Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine 22
24 Honors College 19
25 W.E. Skelton 4H Center 14
26 Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology 7
27 Institute for Critical Tech and Applied Science 3
28 Innovation Campus 0
29 Fralin Life Science Institute 0
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