Endowments for Campus Organizations
Endowed funds to Washburn University’s campus partners help them sustain momentum and growth, provide cultural opportunities to students, faculty, and the community, and create diversity on campus. Contact us for more details on how to create an endowed fund for these organizations.
The Mulvane Art Museum, located in the heart of Washburn’s campus, provides art education and art resources to the Topeka and surrounding areas. The museum has almost 3,000 objects in its permanent collection, a variety of changing exhibits, and numerous public programs that are available to the public.
Washburn University is the proud home of the Sunflower Music Festival each year. Each June, the festival offers orchestra concerts, chamber music evenings, educational projects, and other artistic events to individuals from Topeka and area communities. Concerts are offered to the public free of charge thanks to generous donations made by area businesses and private donors.
KTWU is a non-commercial, public television station authorized by the Federal Communications Commission, Washington, D.C. and licensed to Washburn University of Topeka. KTWU commenced telecasting on October 21, 1965 as the first public television station in Kansas. The programs that KTWU carries are broadcast on channel 11, Topeka, Kansas and on K30AL, channel 30, Iola, Kansas. KTWU's broadcast facilities are owned and operated by Washburn University of Topeka.