Health and Safety
The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices has made the following immunization recommendations for young adults.
The major purpose of the program is to provide information on the physical effects and social issues related to alcohol and other drug use. A variety of programming options are available to KSU students, faculty, and staff. The KSU Alcohol and Other Drug Education Service is also available for information, consultation, and assistance at your request.
Alcohol, Drug and Other Policies
Any student or employee of the University found to be using, possessing, manufacturing, or distributing controlled substances or alcohol in violation of the law on University property or at University events will be subject to disciplinary action in accordance with applicable policies of the State of Kansas, the Board of Regents, and Kansas State University. Disciplinary action includes, but is not limited to, suspension of termination of student financial aid, expulsion, termination of employment, referral for prosecution and the completion of an appropriate substance abuse rehabilitation program.
- Alcohol and Drug violations can be found in the Campus Security and Fire Safety Reports
The State of Kansas is therefore committed to maintaining a safe and healthy workforce free from the influence of substance abuse.
The university's policy regarding alcoholic beverages on campus.
The university's policy regarding smoking on campus.
This link contains the Board of Regents Kansas State University policy prohibiting the possession or use of firearms, explosives, or other weapons on any University campus.
This guide contains information on how to handle general and specific K-State threats and emergencies.
This annual report contains fire safety policy, prevention, and emergency response information.
This link contains the archive of regular activity logs of the K-State Police Department.
This log contains the nature, date, time and general location of fires that occur in campus K-State campus housing facilities.
K-State Alerts is Kansas State University's emergency notification system that gives campus authorities the ability to communicate emergency information quickly to the university community. Page 17 of the campus security report also contains policies and procedures for reporting any activity that may endanger life or adversely affect the university in any campus location (internal or external).
Timely Warning Reports
Page 16 of the campus security report states under what conditions and by what means timely reports of murder and other serious crimes must be made to the campus community.
States under what constitutes a missing person, under what circumstances, within what time-frame and to whom missing person information must be reported.
Registered Sex Offender
Page 11 of the campus security report provides a link to the Kansas Bureau of Investigation Registered Sex Offender website and states the campus address of student or employees who are registered sex offenders.
Information for Crime Victims about Disciplinary Proceedings
Resolution of Student Code of Conduct Complaints
Article V, section 8.b.1 of the K-State Student Governing Association By-Laws (page 17) states that complainants will be notified of the outcome of complaints alleging violations of the K-State SGA Code of Student Conduct.
Kansas State University maintains academic, housing, and work environments that are free of discrimination, harassment (including sexual harassment and sexual violence), and retaliation. This link provides information for reporting and resolving complaints alleging discrimination, harassment or sexual violence. The reporting and responding parties are notified of results of an investigation made under this policy