Help build a stronger K-State, one classroom at a time. A dollar-for-dollar match can help your gift go further.
If you walked into one of K-State’s 275 classrooms, there’s a good chance the space might seem a little…familiar. That’s because many classrooms haven’t been significantly updated in decades.
Now some generous K-Staters have created a matching initiative to change that.
The Classroom Renovation Initiative offers a dollar-for-dollar match for gifts to overhaul 67 of K-State’s most-used classrooms. From basic cosmetic work to full-scale mechanical and structural modernizations, your gift will make an impact on nearly every student at K-State.
Sixty-seven classrooms. One bold vision
How the match works
Leadership from K-State’s financial services and facilities divisions worked with the KSU Foundation to assess and prioritize which classrooms to renovate first, based on student usage and the extent of renovation needed. The 67 classrooms were identified as a priority spaces for the first phase of the initiative. A second phase of the initiative may include an additional 32 critical classrooms
The matching dollars come from campus funds, student fees and undesignated bequests to Kansas State University Foundation.