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Additional Resources

This page is designed to provide information to the Kansas State University community about issues and/or concerns of alcohol, drugs, and sexual misconduct.  Lafene's Health Promotion department aims to provide you specific resources for support should you or a fellow K-State affiliate need help resolving any concerns.  View the links below for further information.  


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Resources for all University students

   K-State Manhattan-based student resources

K-State Salina-based student resources

K-State Olathe-based student resources

(Inter)national resources for all students

Applicable K-State Policies


Resources for all University students 


For information on alcohol and other drugs: 

Alcohol and Other Drug Education Services (AODES)

AODES, a part of KSU Counseling Services, provides K-State students, faculty, and staff information on the physical effects and social issues related to alcohol and other drug use through a variety of programming options.


For information on sexual assault prevention:  

Center for Advocacy, Response Education (CARE)

CARE provides confidential services and advocacy for survivors of sexual violence, dating violence, stalking and sexual harassment and education around related topics. 



Kansas State University "It's On Us" Campaign

The purpose of the It's on Us K-State campaign is to raise awareness about issues surrounding sexual violence and to empower college students to be active bystanders.   



Office of Student Life

The Office of Student Life provides all Kansas State students and their families direct support, referral services, and advocacy in a variety of settings.  



For reporting:  

Office of Institutional Equity

The Office of Institutional Equity (formerly known as the Office of Affirmative Action) is engaged in ensuring the University adheres to the laws, regulations, executive orders, and other applicable policies that uphold its guiding principles of respect and fairness through collaboration with students, faculty, and staff in hiring practices, training, and reporting.



Applicable Policies 

Kansas State University's Policy Prohibiting Discrimination, Harassment, Sexual Violence, and Stalking, and Procedures for Reviewing Complaints.

Kansas State University Alcohol Policy

Kansas State University's Student Conduct 



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K-State: Manhattan campus - Emergency Guide

Disclaimer: Users of any Lafene Health Center web site acknowledge their role and responsibility in seeking health care. Health information is provided on this website as a reference, and is not intended to replace a visit to your doctor or other health care provider. Lafene Health Center is not responsible for information on websites other than our own. The mention of a particular product or service does not constitute a recommendation or endorsement unless indicated. K-State students, for health care, see your Lafene healthcare provider. Medical care is not provided using e-mail.