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Alumni & Donors

KU Endowment Association
KU Endowment is the official foundation for raising and managing private funds on behalf of KU. Their motto is “To create a greater university than the state alone can build.” The support that donors provide helps make KU a world-class institution. State financing covers only about 24 percent of KU’s total operating expenses. Therefore, private gifts play a major role in virtually all activities of the university.

KU Alumni Association
The KU Alumni network is 314,500 strong, with nearly 85,000 just in the greater Kansas City area. Successful alumni include authors, a Nobel-prize winner, cancer-curing scientists, NASA astronauts, actors and more. The list goes on and on. Association membership helps you find friendly faces in your field with access to professional development resources and networking, social opportunities and more.

KU Alumni
NEW for KU Edwards Campus Graduates!

Join the KU Edwards Campus Alumni Network. This new alumni network was created to enrich the lives of the 7,000+ graduates from KU Edwards and beyond. The mission of the network is to serve the purposes of:

- Networking - professional advancement opportunities, social activities and fun
- Collaboration - supporting campus activities, current & future students
- Community - connecting with campus & area organizations to support civic efforts

Please contact Mary Dykmann at mdykmann@ku.edu if you are interested in joining the KU Edwards Campus Alumni Network.

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28 graduate & undergraduate degree programs
In-state tuition for Missouri residents through the MetroKC program
Only full-service campus in Greater Kansas City dedicated to adult learners
One of 34 U.S. public institutions in the prestigious Association of American Universities
26 prestigious Rhodes Scholars — more than all other Kansas colleges combined
Nearly $290 million in financial aid annually
46 nationally ranked graduate programs.
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