Becoming a mentor:
We are fortunate in the College of Human Ecology to have successful and experience professionals who volunteer their time to mentor students. Mentoring can take as little as an hour of your time each month, yet it can have a great impact on students. As a mentor, you will:
- Provide insight about the various careers within your field.
- Guide students as they bridge the gap between education and career.
- More information here!
Get Involved through Philanthropy:The following opportunities for philanthropic investment will help create and sustain success in the Department of Kinesiology.
Student SupportBy establishing a scholarship with the College of Human Ecology, you will invest in the education of current and future students. Your support will encourage our students, like generations of students before them, to share a commitment to improving the lives of the people they will serve.
Department of Kinesiology – Ice Family Scholarship U74907The recipient(s) of this scholarship will be an undergraduate or graduate student(s) properly enrolled in the Department of Kinesiology in the College of Human Ecology at Kansas State University.
Department of Kinesiology Scholarship Q28800
The recipient(s) of this scholarship will be an undergraduate or graduate student(s) properly enrolled in the Department of Kinesiology in the College of Human Ecology at Kansas State University.
The areas of greatest need in the college change from year to year. By making gifts to support excellence funds, donors can assure that the College of Human Ecology will have the financial adaptability required to meet emerging educational imperatives and to assure that the programs of the college retain their significance and relevance over time.
Kinesiology Fund for Excellence F35500
The purpose of this account is to conduct activities essential to the support and enhancement of the Department of Kinesiology within the College of Human Ecology.
Click here to support the College of Human Ecology's Department of Kinesiology.
If you’d like to further discuss investing in the Department of Kinesiology, please contact Dana Hunter, director of development for the college of Human Ecology, by calling 785-532-7291 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.