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    KSU Foundation

    Gary Hellebust, President and CEO
    KSU Foundation Center
    2323 Anderson Avenue, Suite 500

    Since 1944 the Kansas State University Foundation has supported the teaching, research, and outreach mission of K-State. Gifts received through the foundation fund undergraduate and graduate student scholarships, establish faculty chairs and professorships, provide departmental support, and enhance the campus infrastructure.

    Private support infuses life into virtually all academic and support programs. Since 1986, K-State has added almost 2 million square feet in new buildings and additions to buildings. Although the state provided partial funding for these projects, they would not have been possible without additional private support.

    The Kansas State University Foundation is the official fundraising arm of the university. It is a separate, independent organization chartered by the state of Kansas as a 501C(3) nonprofit educational corporation. Gifts to the foundation are tax deductible.

    The foundation is responsible for the administration of more than 5,000 fund accounts and the processing of more than 78,000 gifts annually. A volunteer board of trustees and a 15-member executive committee formulate policy for the foundation.

    Topics within Auxiliary Services and Facilities:
    dAffirmative Action dInstitutional Advancement dStudent Publications
    dAlumni Association dKSU Foundation dTelecommunications Services
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    dComputing and Network Services dPolice Department dUniversity Relations
    dFamily Center dPostal Service   
    dInformation Systems Office dSpeech and Hearing Center   
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    August 19, 2005