Today, Emporia State University is pleased to announce the leadership phase of an exciting new fundraising campaign: Together, Forward.
Emporia State is home to the newest disc golf course in Emporia, and the university wants the public’s help to name it.
A University of Kansas School of Medicine neurologist and faculty member, as well as a former Missouri business owner and chief financial officer are two new trustees on the 45-member board for the Emporia State University Foundation.
The Emporia State University campus will close for two full weeks at the end of this month. The ESU Foundation, however, will be open during the last week of the year to accept end-of-year gifts.
Work has begun on Emporia State University’s newest building project — the $3.8 million Kossover Family Tennis Complex, a one-of-a kind facility for tennis in our region.
The information below relates to a data security incident involving Blackbaud, Inc., a service provider of the ESU Foundation.
The generosity of Augusta Shepherd (BSB '44 Business Administration) and her late husband, R. Hershel Shepherd, continues with Emporia State's newest Shepherd Scholars. With annual and major gifts from Augusta, son Jim Shepherd, daughter Joyce and Craig French, daughter Judy and David Hawkins, and the family businesses, the initial $150,000 gift in 1994 has grown.
Seven Emporia State alumni have joined the ESU Foundation’s Board of Trustees for three-year terms.
The Emporia State University Foundation will be open during the last week of the year to accept end-of-year gifts. The rest of campus, however, will be closed between 5:00 p.m. Friday, Dec. 20 and 8 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 2, 2020.
Two significant gifts for the state-of-the-art Kossover Family Tennis Complex have recently been made to Emporia State University.