Programs and Organizations
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.
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Mulvane Art Museum
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 3000 objects in its permanent collection, a variety of changing exhibits, and numerous public programs that are available to the public.
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Sunflower Music Festival
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.
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Washburn Student Government Association
The Washburn Student Government Association is committed to the service and involvement of students on Washburn’s campus. This organization is the student’s voice in University affairs and exists to serve students and student organizations. WSGA helps provide financially for student services and activities such as the lecture series, textbook rentals, safe ride, and much more.
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Washburn Women's Alliance
The Washburn Women’s Alliance was established to provide scholarship assistance for nontraditional female students enrolled at Washburn University. The organization works to raise money to help assure that nontraditional female students will be afforded the opportunity to continue their education. Since its founding in 1995, nearly $618,000 has been awarded to 319 students in need.
To learn more about the Washburn Women’s Alliance contact the Washburn University Foundation at 785-670-4483.
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For a Washburn Women's Alliance scholarship application click here.
Washburn Women’s Venture Partners
Washburn Women’s Venture Partners (WWVP) is a giving circle comprised of 13 Washburn alumnae who volunteer their time and commit financial support to Washburn University. Celebrating their 5th year as an organization in 2013, the group has awarded 39 grants totaling nearly $115,000 to Washburn University and Washburn Institute of Technology. Grant applications from all facets of campus life are considered for funding on a yearly basis. Plans are underway to expand the number of women who want to participate in the Washburn Women’s Venture Partners giving circle.
To learn more about the Washburn Women’s Venture Partners contact the Washburn University Foundation at 785-670-4483.
Make a Gift to the Washburn Women's Venture Partners Fund
For a Washburn Women's Venture Partners grant application click here.