K-State License Plate Program reaches $5 million for student scholarships and recognition

Posted June 29, 2020

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Tax deductible royalties paid on K-State License plates have raised $5 million for student scholarships and recognition of achievements.

"By purchasing a K-State License Plate, alumni and friends show their purple pride and invest in the university's future," said Amy Button Renz, president and CEO of the K-State Alumni Association. "We are thrilled to have raised $5 million and want to thank all of our wonderful supporters who have purchased a K-State license plate to help the next generation of Wildcats."

The K-State Alumni Association started the License Plate Program in 1996. Plates are available in three states: Kansas, Texas and Maryland. Today, there are more than 10,000 plates on the road in Kansas, Texas and Maryland combined. K-State also has the most affinity plates on the road of any program in the state of Kansas.

Learn more about the program or to purchase a plate visit our website.