Six Pride of Wildcat Land alumni established a scholarship to honor former band leader Phillip Hewett and support drum majors. Read more.
Carl R. Ice College of Engineering awards 24 named faculty positions under matching initiative. Read More.
Family creates a transformational gift to advance K-State Libraries’ digitization efforts. Read more.
Thanks to the generosity of K-State family, the Innovation and Inspiration Campaign surpassed $1.4 billion in May.Read more.
Margaret Bridgwater ’81, uses matching funds to donate to the Carl R. Ice College of Engineering in memory of her late husband, Jeff Bridgwater ’81. Read more.
Paul and Sandra Edgerley invest $20 million to advance College of Business' strategic plan. Read more.
Thanks to the generosity of K-State family, the Innovation and Inspiration Campaign surpassed $1.3 billion in December. Read more.
Connie Satzler established a scholarship for the College of Engineering to honor her late husband, while hoping to give more students opportunities to attend K-State. Read more.
The Anthony D. and Richard A. Fornelli Engineering Faculty Fund is to be used to recognize one outstanding faculty member with the Fornelli Engineering Professorship. Read more.
Jim and Laura Johnson name the GE Johnson Department of Architectural Engineering and Construction Science. Read more.
Rex and Fran Beach establish a scholarship for the College of Arts and Sciences as part of the K-State Family Scholarship match program. Read more.
Duane and Marilyn Waldo use the matching program to create a scholarship in College of Architecture, Planning and Design. Read more.
Judy and Gary Wurdeman established their first scholarship as part of the K-State Family Scholarship matching program. Read more.
Inspired by his parents, K-State alumnus, Jimmy Counts, established a scholarship as part of the K-State Family Scholarship match program. Read more.
K-State alumni, Craig and Carolyn Swann, give back to the university to provide more opportunities for students and to leave a profound legacy. Read more.
Ray Navarro began with a small gift to help buy marching band uniforms and his K-State family legacy has grown since. Read more.
In support of opportunities for student success, the Halliburton Foundation provided grants to the College of Engineering, contributing toward the Academic Success Center and the Women in Engineering program. Read more.
Innovation and Inspiration Campaign surpasses $1.1 billion mark in December. Read more.
Steve and Donna McKinnis give back through gift to the College of Engineering dean’s excellence fund. Read more.
Millick family honors Leslie F. and Romaine Dodds Millick with entrepreneurship scholarship. Read more.
K-State couple supports faculty, students and programs in the Colleges of Human Ecology and Business Administration. Read more.
New trustees elected for Kansas State University. Read more.
Family partners to assist post-service soldiers and their families effectively renegotiate their places in American society. Read more.
Mark and Brenda Brown give back to the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in hopes of enhancing opportunities for students and faculty. Read more.
Carl and Mary Ice have given a gift to support Chapman Center for Rural Studies and Kansas History: Journal of the Central Plains. Read more.
Mike and Lynn Wiegers hope to support students earning a higher education by establishing multiple funds. Read more.
Mark and Kim Young give back to the Department of Animal Sciences and Industry in hopes of creating more research opportunities for students. Read more.
Scholarships were created to recognize the life of Kissick's late husband, Colonel Luther Cleveland Kissick, Jr. Read more.
This years fundraising results mark fiscal year 2017 as the second most successful year in the university's history. Read more.
The Harold and Olympia Lonsinger Sustainability Research Farm will focus on sustainable agricultural practices and soil conservation, reclamation and protection. Read more.
Dave and Ellie Everitt give lead gift to renovate Hale Library’s first floor. Read more.
K-State students have given 43,000 gifts toward helping other students. Read more.
Alumni gifts launch new honors program at K-State's A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications. Read more.
K-State couple and Edward Jones contribute $2 million total to award-winning sales program. Read more.
Michelle Munson and Serban Simu create awards to retain and recruit the best and brightest. Read more.
Jim Latham and Howard Attarian create a scholarship for students enrolled in the Department of Aerospace. Read more.
Scholarships benefit graduates of Washington County, Manhattan high schools majoring in business at K-State. Read more.
Bill and his wife Margaret Garrett created a scholarship for the history department in the college of Arts and Science. Read more.
Jan Elsasser and Janelle Phillips wedding registry asked for donations to the oncology department in honor of former Corgi, Tucker. Read more.
Professorship created to honor former political science professor Orma Linford, and to honor Bob and Diane Patrick's legacy in public service. Read more.
Kansas State University advances research and education outreach to address Fatigued Cattle Syndrome. Read more.
Phillips 66 is investing in student organizations, special initiatives and general department funding within the College of Business Administration and College of Engineering. Read more.
Estate gift supports multiple areas across campus. Read more.
Frontier Farm Credit gift spurs new Global Food Systems secondary major at K-State. Read more.
Masons from 220 lodges across Kansas have collectively given $2.5 million to K-state through the Kansas Masonic Foundation. Read more.
K-State Proud has raised $1,030,000 and helped more than 520 students in the past ten years. Read more.
A gift from Greg and Mamie Case is helping tomorrow's risk management leaders. Read more.
Garmin executive gives $1 million to K-State engineering expansion. Read more.
Stephen and Cathryn Lacy provide support for the new home of the College of Business Administration. Read more.