The premier land grant university in the country, K-State offers over 250 majors and options in 9 different colleges. No matter which you choose, the quality of a K-State education can be found both in the achievements of its students and by the accolades of its faculty.
Since 1986, K-State has won more Rhodes, Marshall, Truman, Goldwater and Udall scholarships than any other public university in the United States. K-State trails only 5 private institutions in top scholarship awards: Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Princeton, and Duke. More info on K-State scholar achievements
K-State is the only research university in the United States to have three national CASE/Carnegie professors of the year. All three are active teachers: Michael Wesch, 2008 national winner; Chris Sorensen, 2007 national winner; and Dean Zollman, 1996 national winner. Click here for more info on K-State awards
With such a reputation for excellence, it's no surprise that K-State's enrollment has surged to an alltime high in recent years. Every county in the state, every state in the nation and numerous countries from around the world are represented by students attending K-State.
The $650 million research facility will provide the country with an urgently needed, state-of-the-art lab to protect the food supply
and agriculture economy.
Construction was also recently completed on K-State's $53.4 million Biosecurity Research Institute, making the University a national leader in the fight against bio terrorism.
The Kansas State men's golf team placed four members on the Academic All-Big 12 Teams for the second straight year.
Senior Jason Schulte (Marketing and Spanish) placed on the first team for the third-consecutive year. Schulte competed in three events during the season with a stroke average of 74.33 and a top-10 finish at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate.
Senior Ross Geubelle (Business Administration) placed on the first team for the first time in his career. Geubelle, who is currently working towards his MBA at K-State, competed in five events this season.
Sophomore Curtis Yonke (Business Administration) also placed on the first team. Yonke competed in eight events this year with his best finish at the Hawkeye Taylor-Made Invitational where he finished in a tie for 10th. Yonke had five rounds even or under par this season.
Sophomore Ben Juffer (Business Administration) placed on the second team. He competed in all 11 events for the Wildcats, including a tie for 12th at the Kansas Invitational.
To qualify, student-athletes must maintain a 3.00 GPA or higher either cumulative or the two previous semesters and must have participated in 60 percent of his team's scheduled contests.
Academic Support Services
K-State is committed to our student-athletesâÂ€TM overall experience, including the completion of their degree, career planning, campus and community service and personal development. The Academic Learning Center provides athletes academic support with 6 full-time academic counselors and over 60 academic tutors.
Kansas State works hard to provide rich educational development and experience. Having strong educational support will enhance the overall probability of academic success and graduation among our student-athletes. Through our Academic Staff, we provide our athletes with academic support through:
Use of Tutorial Services
Supervised Study Sessions and Facilities
Faculty Mentoring Program
Second Wind Program
Under the Second Wind program, former student-athletes are contacted and encouraged to complete their degree by either returning to Kansas State or attending a college or university close to their residence.
Athletic academic counselors and the academic advisors from your college or major can assist you in planning your return, guide you through the preparation for completing degree requirements, and outline the exact credit hours or semesters you will need. K-State coaches and counselors will provide you with information for re-admission, financial aid, local housing, and possible employment. Before you arrive on campus, you can have a detailed plan for your class schedule, graduation time line, and necessary arrangements for student living.
Kansas State University is a volunteer member of
the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)
and the Big 12 Conference. We are committed to abiding
by all rules and regulations of these bodies. The NCAA
governs the actions of our coaches and student-athletes,
and has explicit guidelines that regulate the actions
of our program. For further information on the K-State Athletics
Compliance office, please visit their main