“Thank you to the Williams Education Fund members for giving me the opportunity to compete day in and day out for the Jayhawks. Without YOU, I would not be able to live out my dream of being a Kansas Jayhawk.”
Your Gift At Work
As the cost of education continues to rise and travel and facility costs increase, our need for private support is crucial. By investing in the Williams Education Fund, you give Jayhawk student-athletes the opportunity to be champions both in the classroom and at the highest level of competition.
*Operational Revenues represent sources available to fund current year expenditures. This does not include long-term or restricted donations, unrealized investment earnings, or other non-cash revenues.
This year, one student-athlete may receive up to $84,116 in academic and athletics support.
|Strength & Conditioning||$400|
|Leadership & Career Development||$600|
|Health & Wellness||$2,800|
|Sport Operating Expenses||$14,200|
“Being a Jayhawk means playing for something bigger than yourself.”
“Without the generous support of the donors, I would not have access to some of the best facilities, support staff, and resources in the country all while getting the chance to further my education. I am very thankful for all the donors do for us! Rock Chalk!”
“Being a Jayhawk means a lot to me. Having access to some of the best facilities and coaches in the country gives me the opportunity to take my game to the next level."
“My experience as a Jayhawk has been life changing and that’s all because of the Williams Education Fund. Without their donations, I may not have been able to have this opportunity, and for that I am so appreciative.”
“Being a Jayhawk has been an experience greater than I could have ever imagined. The Williams Education Fund has been incredibly instrumental in my experience as a student-athlete, and I could not be more thankful for everything they have provided for me.”
“To become a Jayhawk, I learned to face all adversity and success I have encountered with pride and my best foot forward.”