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K-State Manhattan campus

This is the main K-State campus in northeast Kansas. It includes 556 acres as part of its academic core and 2,321 overall acres encompassing agricultural teaching and research activities.

Manhattan and Riley County

The city of Manhattan is locally known as "The Little Apple" and has a population of more than 56,000.

Kansas State Polytechnic campus

Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus provides a small campus atmosphere with a professional learning environment built on theory, research and industry application in the classroom. Students can choose from 16 undergraduate programs and a Professional Master of Technology, making the university an equally diverse community of traditional and nontraditional students.  Visit Kansas State Polytechnic.

Salina and Saline County

An additional campus in Salina is a 149-acre site in central Kansas, 70 miles west of Manhattan. This campus is on the southwest side of the city of Salina, which has a population of more than 40,000. See the Salina Area Chamber of Commerce.

K-State Olathe campus

Kansas State University's Olathe Campus is the academic research presence within the Kansas Bioscience Park, providing a direct portal to K-State's broad capabilities and its many resources on the Manhattan campus.

K-State Global campus

A campus without boundaries, the Global Campus brings educational opportunities to individuals throughout their lifetime through online degree programs, professional development conferences and workshops, and enrichment classes and programs. The Global Campus is your connection to education that reaches you no matter where you are.