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A Seat for U

This is your chance to help make a difference at Concord, It Starts With You. Come take a seat with us and leave a lasting legacy at Concord University by naming a seat in the Fine Arts Center Main Theatre. The Main Theatre plays host to a variety of events, performances and traditions enjoyed by many at Concord University. Each year the Main Theatre is visited by thousands of students, alumni and individuals in the surrounding communities.

Supporting the A Seat for U campaign is a generous act of philanthropy that creates a lasting legacy for the donor in one of the most public spaces on campus. This special one-time gift will also take this project further by making renovations and upgrades in other areas of the Main Theatre.

Your investment of $350 grants the opportunity to name a seat in the Main Theatre.

Seats will come with an engraved name plate on each chair and may include the following naming opportunities:

  • As an individual, couple or family
  • For your children, grandchildren or parents
  • In memory of a loved one
  • Business or organization
  • To honor a retiring employee
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The seats in the Alexander Fine Arts Center Main Theatre (pictured above) are original to the buildings construction in 1969. Seating approximately 782 individuals, the seats have suffered wear and tear throughout the years. Join us in this campaign as we work together to make necessary renovations to the Main Theatre.

Purchase a Seat

Make a General Donation

Purchase your seat online through the link above
or mail your payment to:
Concord University Foundation
PO Box 1405 Athens, WV 24712

Additional Naming Opportunities Available:
  • The Main Theatre - $250,000
  • The Main Stage - $100,000 SOLD
  • The Balcony - $75,000 - SOLD
  • Front Row of Theatre Seats, 14 seats - $15,000
  • Second Row of Theatre Seats, 14 seats - $10,000
For more information regarding these naming opportunities, please contact the CU Foundation at (304) 384-5119 or by email