More than 41,401 donors gave $253.2 million to KU in fiscal 2014, the seventh record year in a row.
Donors enabled us to provide $124.1 million for KU in fiscal 2014 — another all-time record.
Since our founding in 1891, KU Endowment has provided more than $2.1 billion in support to the University of Kansas.
Donors enabled us to provide $32.6 million in direct support to KU faculty in fiscal 2014.
Donors established 90 new scholarship funds in fiscal 2014.
Donors allowed us to provide $17.6 million to KU for construction, furnishings, equipment and supplies in fiscal 2014.
Donors gave more than $4.7 million to create six new endowed professorships in fiscal 2014.
Because of private donors, more than 6,500 KU students received an estimated $28.3 million in scholarships and fellowships during the 2013-14 academic year.
Donors enabled us to provide $43.1 million in program and educational support to KU in fiscal 2014.
More than 83 percent of KU scholarship recipients are Kansas residents.
Donors span the world — we received donations from all 50 states and almost 30 foreign countries.
KU Endowment provides salary support for faculty through awards for outstanding teachers, lectureships and 182 endowed professorships.
All the KU buildings made possible mostly through private funds would be too long to list here, but notable ones include:
- Twelve scholarship halls
- Eaton Hall
- Learned Hall
- Hall Center for the Humanities
- Sabatini Multicultural Student Center
- Lied Center of Kansas
- Bales Recital Hall
- Dole Institute of Politics
- Spencer Museum of Art
- Booth Family Hall of Athletics
KU Medical Center, Kansas City
Edwards Campus, Overland Park
- Hemenway Life Sciences Innovation Center
- Hoglund Brain Imaging Center
- Kansas Health Foundation Primary Care Center