The Office of Student Financial Assistance and our expert advisers are here to help you find the best financial options during your time at K-State.
The of the Office of the Registrar works as the gatekeeper of the university; from your admission applications to your final degree, we are here to help you navigate your educational journey with support and ease.
Through Diversity and Multicultural Student Affairs the SAFE Zone Program works with the Counseling and Psychiatric Services, Center for Advocacy, Response, and Education (CARE), the LGBT Resource Center, the Office of Student Life, the Office of Institutional Equity, and other groups both on-campus and off-campus to offer training to individuals and Safe Zone allies.
Kansas State University prides itself on being a military-friendly college campus.The office of Non-Traditional and Veteran Students Services works with student veterans on a regular basis to ensure resources are easily accessible to our servicemen and servicewomen who are attending Kansas State University.
K-State’s Office of Veteran Affairs certifies the enrollment of students utilizing their VA educational benefits to the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs.
Human Capital Services strives to provide excellence in recruiting, developing and retaining a diverse, highly qualified workforce.
The Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President have Teaching resources, Classroom policies, Guidelines for Faculty Members Regarding Student Conduct, Guidelines for Interpreting Term Final Examination Schedule, Confidential Student Information, Information for Course Syllabi, Final Exam Policy, Teaching and Learning Center
The Office of Institutional Equity higlight Resource Wheels which are provided by campus and/or language. Resource wheels identify both confidential and non-confidential resources, campus- and community-based resources and contact information for each resource.
The Military and Families Office and Resouces are the offices that serve our military-connected students, for everything from VA educational benefits to mental health resources.
The Office of First-Generation Students supports students whose neither parent or guardian completed a four-year college degree by connecting them to campus resources, coordinating efforts across the university to serve them and fostering a first-generation community.
The Office of Student Life strives to support our K-State Family by providing support to students experiencing challenges, connecting students, parents, families, faculty and staff to campus resources, and addressing any questions or concerns you may have.
Student Access Center serves the campus community by partnering with students, faculty, and staff to create accessible environments and provide academic and housing accommodations.
Throughout the year the LGBT Resource Center and our student organizations- Sexuality and Gender Alliance, Gender Collective, and oSTEM- provide support and events that make our community stronger and more visible.
The K-State Union Program Council plans more than 150 entertaining, educational, cultural and substance-free events each year for K-State students and the Manhattan community.