Gifts ensure couple's legacy at K-State
Honoring parents by helping students attend college
Two brothers honored and memorialized with new computer lab
Vietnam P.O.W. survivor helps education take flight at K-State Salina
Alumni couple supports Johnson Cancer Research Center through their estate gift
Bridging cultures and supporting education
Parents’ sacrifice honored and paid forward
Continuing the tradition of leadership and opportunity
|Veterinary Medicine donation supports pet owners |
Ever since her first animal rescue in 1979, Cheryl Mellenthin has dedicated her life to helping animals in need. It all started with an apricot miniature poodle tethered to shrubbery in a Texas front yard. Read more.
Hoping for a chain reaction of giving
Showing appreciation by funding higher education
Giving the world to students
On a mission to alleviate student debt
|Rewarding students who get involved |
“If all there was to a university was truly classroom learning, you could make a strong argument for doing it remotely and not leaving your room or your house. But I believe there’s so much more to the experience outside the classroom.” Read more.
Professor, dean and mentor invests time and money in graduate students
Giving of time and treasure
Giving back to a long-ago love
Honoring a passion: The David W. Fitzgerald Rodeo Scholarship
Giving the gift of education
Reaching into new worlds
|Engineering excellence at K-State|
With the aid of a corporate matching gift, K-State alumni Susan and Spencer Tholstrup established an excellence fund to support multiple initiatives in chemical engineering. Read more.
|The Ralph Webb Memorial Scholarship|
Ralph Webb's journey to success began at K-State, and his legacy will continue with the scholarship his wife established in his honor. Read more.
Couple establishes fund in honor of retiring K-State Salina CEO/Dean