Voices of K-State
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Al and Karen Walczak's love for K-State and love of the football program made it an easy decision to continue a tradition to give back and support athletics. Read more.
Nancy and Charley Cole started their support of Kansas State University with a $7 gift as young alumni. They've continued to invest in K-State's success ever since. Read more.
Margaret Sughrue Citron created a leadership scholarship for incoming freshmen from Dodge City in name of her family. Read more.
Dylan Swoyer was able to stay involved at KSDB and become the music director with help of scholarships. Read more.
Haley Canfield shares how her involvement in computer science clubs gave her opportunities to encourage young girls. Read more.
Maddie Rues shares how volunteer work inspired her to change her major. Read more.
Greg and Karen Bachman share how they support the university's mission. Read more.
K-State alumnus, Gary Robben, shares his devotion for investing in K-State's future. Read more.
Colby Miller shares how K-State gave him new opportunities to explore the future of his passion. Read more.
K-State student, Rainie Madsen, made her final decision to attend K-State after receiving the Heritage scholarship. Read more.
Dr. Robert Martin shares why he created a scholarship for graduate students in history in honor of his wife's legacy. Read more.
K-State student, Grant Topjon, was able to pursue his dream of studying in Italy thanks to the Goss Discovery Scholarship. Read more.