Contribute

Join us in making the difference for KU! No matter the size, your contribution creates new opportunities.

  • $25 joins other gifts to fund scholarships and make KU accessible to future Jayhawks.
     
  • $250 helps send a student to a scholarly conference to present their work, get critical feedback, gain confidence, and build a vibrant professional network.
     
  • $2,500 sends a student overseas to gain invaluable language and cultural experience and build practical independence.
     
  • $25,000 endows a lecture series to bring inspiring speakers to KU to unlock imaginations, broaden horizons, and enliven campus conversations.
     
  • $250,000 endows a fund to bring visiting artists to KU or to send our own students and faculty to residencies in studios and theatres around the nation and the world.
     
  • $2,500,000 endows a distinguished professorship or renovates a cutting edge laboratory, unlocking new discoveries and inspiring future generations.

Visit KU Endowment's website today to learn more about giving opportunities in the College.

Our KU Endowment Team

Nancy Jackson, Development Director and Team Leader, (785) 832-7357

Jenna Goodman, Development Director, (785) 832-7417

LaRisa Lochner, Development Director, (785) 832-7471

Brian Friedman, Development Officer, (785) 832-7465

Kelsey Barnes, Development Assistant, (785) 832-7350

 

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  • 26 prestigious Rhodes Scholars — more than all other Kansas colleges combined
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