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K-State Students

Whether it's Homecoming, Student Alumni Board, graduate celebrations or Wildcats Forever, there's a way for every student to get involved with the Alumni Association.

Wildcats Forever
Wildcats Forever is an open membership program for all K-State students. The goal of the organization is to get students involved with the Alumni Association earlier and establish a link that keeps them connected to K-State.

Student Alumni Board
Student Alumni Board is an enthusiastic group of approximately 35 students whose primary purpose is to promote K-State at a variety of university and Alumni Association activities.

Homecoming week celebrates K-State traditions with plenty of purple pride. Students are involved in many activities including assembling parade floats, painting Aggieville's business windows, electing student ambassadors and more.

Student Ambassadors
Two K-State ambassadors represent the student body at Alumni Association events throughout the state and at university activities. The Ambassador program began in 1977 as a way to involve student representatives at alumni events.

Grad Bash and Grad Breakfast
Spring and summer graduating seniors and graduate students are invited to Grad Bash, a graduation celebration to say farewell to their last days as students and hello to life as K-State alumni. Fall graduates are invited to Grad Breakfast in December.

The Alumni Association offers programs for current multicultural students, including the Multicultural Graduation Celebration at the end of the spring semester.

The Alumni Association offers programs for current international students, including the International Graduation Celebration, Family Fun Day, alumni groups and more.

The Alumni Association helps provide financial support to K-State students through scholarships.

K-State Alumni Association
100 Alumni Center, 1720 Anderson Avenue, Manhattan, KS 66506-6600  |  800-600-ALUM (2586) | 785-532-6260 
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