Cheer squad members Kylie Rifkin (left), school mascot Kassey Roo, and Austin Hass held up the numbers $302,534,370 — the amount the University of Missouri-Kansas City raised over seven years in private contributions for capital projects, faculty support and scholarships.
Cheer squad members Kylie Rifkin (left), school mascot Kassey Roo, and Austin Hass held up the numbers $302,534,370 — the amount the University of Missouri-Kansas City raised over seven years in private contributions for capital projects, faculty support and scholarships. SUSAN PFANNMULLER Special to the Star
Cheer squad members Kylie Rifkin (left), school mascot Kassey Roo, and Austin Hass held up the numbers $302,534,370 — the amount the University of Missouri-Kansas City raised over seven years in private contributions for capital projects, faculty support and scholarships. SUSAN PFANNMULLER Special to the Star

UMKC fundraising surpasses goal by raising $302.5 million

September 22, 2016 8:02 PM

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