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K-State Global Campus
1615 Anderson Avenue
Manhattan, KS 66502

1-800-622-2578 (toll free)

Office Hours:

Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m. CST

Extended Student Services Hours:

8 a.m. - 7 p.m. CST

Giving Back

As alumni, giving back to Kansas State University is an opportunity to help others achieve their degree online.

Your philanthropy can go global by supporting K-State distance education students like you, who are located throughout Kansas, the nation and the world.

Distance Student Scholarships

You can make an impact specifically for Kansas State University Global Campus students.

Develop a new scholarship

Nathan Smit (Food Science Bachelor's Degree '08), and his wife Becky, have established a scholarship for online students earning their bachelor's degree in food science through K-State Global Campus. Nathan currently serves as Senior Innovations Manager at Hormel Food Corporation. Since earning his bachelor's degree, Smit has quickly advanced at Hormel Foods with six promotions, starting as a lab technician and working his way up to his current position of senior innovation manager. He contributes his success in large part to the world-class education he received from K-State and wanted to give back to help others like himself.

Contact us at globalalumni@k-state.edu to find out how to develop your own scholarship.

Contribute to an existing scholarship

You can make a difference to distance students with financial need as they pursue their K-State education. Our growing number of scholarship opportunities provide the chance to contribute to a fund that helps students reach their academic goal. View the online giving form.

Donating to K-State

View a complete list of options for how to give to Kansas State University.

Contact K-State Global Campus

If you are interested in learning more about supporting students and programs in the Kansas State University Global Campus, please contact:

Melinda Sinn
Alumni and External Relations Coordinator

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