Give to IDFS
Our department relies on charitable contributions to support many initiatives including, but not limited to, the following:
- academic scholarships for students,
- enriched learning opportunities for students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels,
- support for faculty to enhance their teaching and scholarly accomplishments, and
- engagement with scholars and the public as we continue to operate our Historic Costume and Textile Museum as a repository for over 15,000 historical artifacts.
The following opportunities for philanthropic investment will help create and sustain success in the Department of Interior Design and Fashion Studies:
Interior Design and Fashion Studies Fund J21170
The purpose of this fund is to support general departmental programs and excellence.
Symposium Fund J27875
The purpose of this fund is to support the IDFS Symposium, an annual event to enhance the professional development of our students, engage our alumni and employers of our students and graduates, and recruit new students to our academic programs.
Costume and Textiles Museum Fund J21315
The purpose of this fund is to collect contributions for the upkeep of the museum maintained by the Department of Interior Design and Fashion Studies in the College of Health and Human Sciences at Kansas State University.
Fashion Studies Excellence Fund J16370
The purpose of this fund is to support the Fashion Studies Program.
Interior Design Excellence Fund J28125
The purpose of this fund is to support the Interior Design Program.
Karen Moore Memorial Scholarship U79837
A scholarship fund for Interior Design students established to honor Karen Moore, '85 graduate of the Interior Design Program
Jamie Lee Newkirk Fashionista Scholarship U81534
A scholarship fund for Fashion Studies students established to honor Jamie Lee Newkirk, '12 graduate of the Fashion Studies Program.
Visit the university Foundation's website to contribute to the Department of Interior Design and Fashion Studies.