“I recently heard someone say that ‘the opportunity of a lifetime must be taken within the lifetime of the opportunity’ and that spoke to me. There are so many positive things happening at Midway and we need to invest in the institution and rally others to do the same to keep building on our current momentum.”
— JAN HUNTER, TRUSTEE & DONOR
Since transitioning to coeducation and expanding athletic programs for both men and women, Midway University has experienced incredible growth in undergraduate enrollment. (Read the full President’s Report 2017) Previous capital campaigns led to the construction of academic buildings that can fully support our growth. However, a new recreation center with an auxiliary gym and fitness center is desirable for all students, and a baseball field on campus is crucial to support our new baseball team. Current facilities are sorely lacking or do not exist.
There are many opportunities for naming rights and sponsorship recognition within this campaign. Our Advancement Office Staff would also welcome the opportunity to meet with you and discuss the capital campaign. Contact Linda Medley at 859.846.5300 or email email@example.com.
Recreation Complex – Addition to the Existing McManis Student Center (15 ,000 sq. ft.)
Auxiliary Gymnasium (6,000 sq. ft.)
Weight and Cardio Room ( 2 ,500 sq. ft.)
Athletic Training Room (620 sq. ft.)
Coaching and Staff Offices (10)
Student Athlete Resource Center (290 sq. ft.)
Two Additional Locker Rooms (1,000 sq. ft.)
Baseball Park with Turf Infield and LIghts
(includes press box, concessions & seating for approximately 400 persons)
Special Campaign Features
Dick Robinson Memorial Baseball Field – Funds are being raised in honor of the late Dr. Dick Robinson, former Midway University Sport Management faculty member, to name the field in his honor.
Margaret Ware Parrish Walk of Fame – Funds are being raised in honor of the late Margaret Ware Parrish, former coach and faculty member at Midway, to name the Athletics Walk of Fame Corridor in the Student Center Expansion in her honor.