A Legacy of Access, Opportunity and Success
Kansas State University has long maintained a demonstrable commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Since 1863, as the nation’s first operational land-grant university,
K-State has heralded “full educational privileges” with open enrollment to all students regardless of gender, race or creed.
From the very beginning, our commitment to access, opportunity and success has remained unchanged.
Bryan Samuel writes about several diversity and inclusion initiatives and invites campus to save the date for the next KSUnite event on Tuesday, Oct. 9.
The Office of Diversity and Multicultural Student Affairs offers programming, intercultural learning and extracurricular activities to students from all walks of life. We're dedicated to building an inclusive campus climate encouraging understanding, self awareness, compassion and more. Through leadership and communication, we can make positive changes at K-State and in the world around us.
Office of the President
Kansas State University
110 Anderson Hall
919 Mid-Campus Dr. North
Manhattan, KS 66506-0121