WVU Athletic Director Oliver Luck said the $1 million donation to the athletic program would help fund the school's much-needed football renovations.
"Our success depends largely on generous contributions such as this one from BrickStreet, and we certainly are fortunate to have them as a member of our team," Luck said.
In addition to the football renovations, Clements said the $1 million would also improve facilities for students in athletic training and exercise physiology majors.
"We are very grateful for these incredible gifts from the BrickStreet Foundation and look forward to seeing the positive impacts for years to come," Clements said.
The gifts are being made as part of WVU's "A State of Minds: The Campaign for West Virginia's University," which is designed to help fund the university's 2020 strategic plan.
The $750 million fundraising campaign by the WVU Foundation runs through December 2015.
Founded in 2006, BrickStreet was West Virginia's first private workers' compensation carrier. The company currently carries half of the workers' compensation policies in the state.
The $4 million donation to WVU is actually the company's second large donation to a state university this year.
In January, the BrickStreet foundation donated $2.5 million to Marshall University to establish an occupational and environmental health endowment at Marshall's Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine.
That donation was matched through the state's "Bucks for Brains" West Virginia Research Trust Fund, for a total benefit of $5 million to Marshall.
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