Skip to Main Content
Innovation and Inspiration: The Campaign for Kansas State University

Scholarship continues a 'strong family tradition'

Charles W. Pence graduated from Kansas State University's College of Agriculture in 1938. Thanks to his son, future students will be able to study agriculture at K-State as well. More

Honoring the past, giving for the future

"Previous generations before us had a vision and that's how the university started. The previous generations gave us opportunities, so if we don't look after generations after us, what opportunities would they have? If we don't do it now, who will?" asks Laurel Erickson. More

Vietnam P.O.W. survivor helps education take flight at K-State Salina

Higher education helped Bill Talley pull through one of life's most difficult challenges. Now, he and wife Louan are paying it forward. More