Above and Beyond

We're building on the momentum and success of the Innovation and Inspiration Campaign with a new goal — $1.4 billion by 2020.  Read More.

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Find your inspiration

Innovation and Inspiration will focus on three key areas: the land-grant mission of keeping education accessible and affordable, building on our areas of strength through interdisciplinary programs of excellence, and ensuring a legacy of success through long-term investments in K-State. The campaign will continue to advance K-State toward Vision 2025 — to be recognized as a top 50 public research university.

  • Undergraduate

  • Graduate

  • Faculty

  • Research

  • Facilities

  • Athletics

Gifts at work

Darrington Clark

Theatre and mass communications

A commitment to family

Scholarship helps student stay in school


Greg Eiselein

Professor, English

Engaging K-State students

The Coffman Chair for University Distinguished Teaching Scholars helps professor launch new program


Michael Wesch

Associate professor, cultural anthropology

Engaging the world

Professor creates unique research opportunity for students


Developing excellence

Edgerley-Franklin Urban Leadership Scholarship inspires student to pay it forward


Why K-Staters give back

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Rand and Patti Berney

K-State's Welcome Center named in honor of lead benefactors, Rand and Patti Berney.

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Carl and Mary Ice

Carl and Mary Ice share their love of K-State through philanthropy.

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Dolese Bros. Co.

Oklahoma City-based Dolese Bros. Co. gives $70 million for K-State engineering.

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Your gift makes a difference

When you give to K-State through the Innovation and Inspiration Campaign, you’re investing in the students, faculty, neighbors and friends who benefit from K-State’s people, places and programs. Every gift, no matter the size, makes a difference.

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