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ACHIEVING 20|20:  The Campaign for MBKU

The essence of an education at Ketchum University is one of academic learning, exceptional clinical training, collaboration and caring for people. It begins with individuals who want to make a difference with their lives, and in the lives of others. At MBKU, our people help others — see better, live better.

Campaign Progress

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In The Making:  An Extraordinary Moment for Our Historic Future

Gifts of knowledge and opportunity have been made possible by all of you who believe in what this institution and its people can achieve. Through your contributions, you build our future.

The Campaign for MBKU counts every contribution made toward our goal of $20M by 2020. This includes your annual gifts, planned gifts, grants, sponsorships, event ticket purchases, special gifts to our capital needs and more.

How will you make a difference?

Campaign Highlights

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Dr. Warren Low Honored with the Naming of the Low Student Union

On Friday, January 27, 2017, the university gathered in celebration of the institution's largest private gift to date made by the institution's longest serving trustee Warren Harvard Low, OD, '52. In recognition of his transformative estate gift, we have proudly named the Warren & Carol Low Student Union. It is a fitting tribute to a man dedicated to the student experience.

Ketchum Health ribbon-cutting

Ketchum Health Dedication Event Draws Over 200 Supporters

On Saturday, August 6, 2016, more than 200 community members, alumni, faculty, preceptors and other guests raised a glass in celebration of the formal dedication and ribbon cutting at Ketchum Health. Patients were welcomed in late May to the new home of the University Eye Center, as the first phase of the new health care center opened to the public.

Circle of Vision honorees

Annual Circle of Vision Luncheon Recognizes Top Philanthropists

Each year, Ketchum University invites hundreds of our dedicated donors to join us in thanks and recognition of our entire donor community. In 2017, we said a special thank you to Drs. Les and Mary Ann Walls, Dr. Donald Studt and Dr. Allen W. and Marilyn Soucheck for their philanthropic commitment to the institution. Each of them have paved the way for tremendous success.