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Annual Giving at K-State


Survey results
Celebrate K-State and join the 1863 Circle today. Read more.

K-State Telefund

We want to connect with you! Last year, alumni, friends and parents contributed more than $2.2 million through K-State Telefund. Read more.

K-State Proud

Learn more about this nationally recognized, student-led campaign. Read more.


More annual giving opportunities

Senior Sidewalk

2016 Survey Results
When considering making a gift to K-State, nearly 50% of the survey respondents most want their gift to be used for scholarships (either merit or need based). Read more.

Senior Sidewalk

Senior Sidewalk
A spot on the Senior Sidewalk is a great way to leave your mark on K-State and support your favorite K-State college or the Office of Student Life at the same time. Read more.

K-State Proud

K-State Proud
K-State Proud is a student-led, nationally recognized fundraising campaign for K-State. All student campaign donations establish Student Opportunity Awards for fellow K-State students. Read more.

Anderson  Hall

President's Excellence Fund
Your gift to the President’s Excellence Fund allows us to ensure that our long tradition as a public research university is preserved and enhanced to a top 50 level nationally. Read more.

Parents and Family Association

Parents and Family Association
The Parents and Family Association supports programs at K-State that enhance student life in all aspects — academic, social and professional development, thanks to philanthropic support from parents. Read more.

Student Foundation

Student Foundation
The Kansas State University Student Foundation focuses on raising awareness among current and future alumni about the importance of giving back to K-State, and cultivating philanthropy across the university. Read more.


Please contact Annual Giving and Student Programs.

"I am able to see my passions take shape and inspire the next generation of K-State graduates."

— Ryan Wilkerson, 1863 Circle member, Bartlesville, Oklahoma
Read more about members of the 1863 Circle.