Our donors care about Kansas. They invest in outreach programs and initiatives that help fulfill K-State’s land-grant mission. At the KSU Foundation, we maximize these gifts to create change — strengthening the Kansas economy, advancing collaborative partnerships and improving lives.

Latest Community impact

Accessible social media education

K-State Social Media Week is one of the first events of its kind offered at a university.

Dr. Elbie Loeb and his wife Ada Ramos

Inspired to pay it forward

Dr. Elbie Loeb and his wife, Ada Ramos, RN, created the first fund for the physician assistant program, inspired by the investment of K-State professors.

Celebrate 25 years at the Beach with Kansans Curry, Parks and Barrett

Three Kansans’ work is currently exhibited in celebration of the Beach Museum’s 25th anniversary season; Gordon Parks’ “Homeward to the Prairie I Come,” Doug Barrett’s “Find Your Voice” and Jon Steuart Curry’s “Sunrise over Kansas.”

Living out philanthropy through activism

Inspired to by her time as a K-State Proud leader, Ariel Sinha incorporates this mission in her life today through art activism.

A grand new experience

McCain upgrade includes event and performance space — and yes, more restrooms.

A stronger, healthier, more modern K-State

On the occasion of his retirement, we look back at how President Richard Myers’ leadership changed K-State for the better.

A living learning landscape

The Meadow at K-State’s Beach Museum combines art and science in a natural setting.

New beginnings

Joe Mocnik brings experience and Wildcat passion as the new dean of K-State Libraries

Balancing act

Academic career, family life or both? While the personal aspect of this choice can be daunting, it’s often the financial aspect that causes students the most stress. Enter K-State’s Global Campus scholarship, which alleviates the financial burden many online students feel when furthering their education.

Changing the face of education

From the age of five, Dr. Eva Kleinpeter can remember her parents emphasizing the importance of education and hard work. Growing up poor in Layfette Parish, Louisiana, Eva began her education at Mouton Switch, a two-room segregated schoolhouse. Walking miles from her home to get to school, she recalls the teachers giving everything to help the students read and write.

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