Hi everyone....I just got my secondary application for CU Health Sciences Center School of Medicine. I don't have the best grades or MCAT score, as a matter of fact, I have less than average. But, I found out that my family had donated enough money to the school that there is a foundation named after us. I don't know if I should try to mention that in my secondary application or not. My last name is not common at all. I even know of a couple MD's who used this foundation to help fund their medical school costs. I know I probably will get people flaming me for this post and that's ok. But, would you mention the fact of what your family did for the school or just keep it to yourself? Do you think the medical school would even care about this fact? Or by mentioning the foundation just a bad thing to do? I'm open to any helpful comments....Thanks for reading.