Double Your Support - KCU Scholarship Challenge Match

If you've ever asked yourself, "How can I make sure my gift reaches its full potential?" or "How will KCU students realize my support?" you'll find an answer in the KCU Scholarship Challenge Match. KCU has always offered you the opportunity to benefit current and future students through the meaningful gift of scholarship. But now that opportunity is worth double thanks to the KCU Scholarship Challenge Match.

What is the KCU Scholarship Challenge Match?

KCU’s potential to attract the next generation of bright and compassionate osteopathic physicians, research scientists and psychologists is dependent on our ability to be a university that not only supports students academically but also holistically. Today, financial assistance is a necessary component of that comprehensive support system.

Understanding this need, and wanting to maximize the power of philanthropy, KCU alumnus Bradley Vince, DO (COM ’98), Kansas City businessmen Brad Bergman and Tom McDonnell, and the Jack and Glenna Wylie Charitable Foundation teamed up to create the KCU Scholarship Challenge Match to establish a $2 million scholarship endowment.

Why I Give

How To Take Advantage of The Match

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Through the generosity of these donors, $1 million is available to match, dollar for dollar up to $1 million.  You can help meet this challenge by making your gift today and designating it to the “KCU Scholarship Match.” Please contact the KCU Advancement Office at alumni@kcumb.edu for more details.

What Your Support Will Create

Your support will help KCU’s students to live our mission and pursue their interests in the health sciences with minimized financial stress. By creating a new, $2 million scholarship endowment, the University will be able to offer merit, need-based and diversity scholarships starting at $10,000 or more to prospective KCU students—a unique opportunity to have a significant impact on these students. Scholarships will be awarded to students in our College of Medicine, College of Biosciences and PsyD students.