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Giving to the College of Business Administration


Make a one-time or recurring gift  to the College of Business here.

Gifts will support the Dean’s Fund for Excellence (G18315), or if you wish to support a different fund please include the fund number in the “special instructions” box.

The following opportunities for philanthropic investment will help create and sustain success in the College of Business:

Student success

Business Administration Dean's Scholarship     R04055
This fund provides financial support to students properly enrolled in the College of Business. 

College of Business Administration American Dream Scholarship     R04405
The purpose of this fund is to encourage philanthropic giving among young alumni and to provide financial assistance to students properly enrolled in the College of Business.

College of Business Diversity and Inclustion Fund     G22410
This funds purpose is to support diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging efforts in the College of Business Administration

Women in Business Initiative     G41100
This initiative supports programming and scholarships which help advance the next generation of female business leaders.

Scholarships are an investment in the future leaders of business and society. Contact our development team to learn more about establishing a scholarship in the College of Business.


Faculty development 

Business Admin Faculty Enhancement      G18936
The purpose of this fund is to support professional development for faculty in the College of Business.

Named faculty awards allow K-State to recruit and retain top faculty by investing in their teaching and research. Contact our development team for information on how to make a lasting impact through a named faculty award.


Facility enhancements

College of Business Sustainability Fund           G19903
This fund will be used for the maintenance of the College of Business building including technology and equipment enhancements.

Naming opportunities in the College of Business building are still available. Contact our development team for more information.


Innovative programs

CBA Program Enhancement         G18300
The purpose of this fund is to enhance programs in the College of Business. 

National Strategic Selling Institute         G33433
The mission of the National Strategic Selling Institute (NSSI) is to create opportunities for both students and companies through academics, extracurricular activities and outreach. The NSSI is ranked among the top sales programs in the nation.

Career Coach         G56402
Assist students in selecting the right career path based on skills, interests, and desires, while creating highly satisfied employers by developing students with the right skills to excel in the workplace. Career Coaches also provide one-on-one support, help students make connections, seek internships, and prepare to begin a great career.

Center for Advancement of Entrepreneurship           C19440
The Center for Entrepreneurship works to enhance the talent pipeline in order to help build economic and social prosperity through innovation and the entrepreneurial mindset.  


Departmental funds

Gifts to departmental funds provide support for emerging priorities in specific academic departments. Funds will be used to support student success, faculty development, curriculum enhancement, or other priorities as determined by the head of each department.

Accounting        G15099

Finance          G25425

Management          G31300

Marketing           G31400

CBA Graduate Studies           G18515

Reasons to invest

Find out more about why the College of Business needs your support and what funding areas are a priority now:

Student success

The College of Business takes great pride in our academic programs that prepare students for careers or advanced studies. In fact, our students have a 97 percent career placement rate soon after graduation. In order to continue to provide students with necessary qualifications for the workforce, we must provide financial support for our students who are bearing the burden of increasing tuition costs. Scholarships assist students with educational costs and enable them to participate in extracurricular activities that expand their learning. By establishing a scholarship, you will invest in the education of our deserving students and future leaders.

Faculty development

Outstanding faculty members produce outstanding graduates. This belief has driven the college to work diligently to develop a faculty of student-centered, academically gifted scholars. Decreasing state funding requires the college to act creatively to create a culture that energizes our faculty and our students toward higher levels of excellence. Gifts that support our faculty will make a difference in the college's ability to recruit and retain top faculty members.

Facility enhancements

The College of Business aims high to deliver the brightest and boldest future possible for students. Our first-class building supports applied learning, relevant research and corporate collaboration. The digital age is embraced throughout with experiential learning labs, flexible and collaborative work space, and adaptability for the future of business. As a center for business education, our building must continue to be equipped with cutting-edge technology and desirable meeting spaces for students to connect with peers, future employers, mentors, and educators from around the world.


You can learn more by exploring the College of Business.

Thank you for your investment in the College of Business.

You can help!

You can become part of the College of Business' exciting future. We invite you to contact a member of our development staff today and begin the discussion about how you can make a difference.

For more information, please contact:

Kevin GwinnerKevin Gwinner
Edgerley Family Dean
College of Business
Brett Seidl
Brett Seidl
Sr. Director
of Development
Darin Russell
Darin Russell
Development Officer
Matt LaGree
Matt LaGree
Senior Development Officer
Ashleigh LaBargeAshleigh LaBarge
Development Officer
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