Our Global Campus
Kansas State University, founded in 1863 as one of America's first land-grant colleges, includes approximately 24,300 students from all 50 states and more than 100 countries across the globe.
The Office of International Programs reports more than 2,100 international students were enrolled in the fall 2013 semester, and nearly 725 domestic students study abroad or participate in an international experience every year. K-State is also home to more than 350 international faculty, scholars and researchers.
The university has nine colleges plus a Graduate School, which together offer hundreds of majors and degree options to students. With small class sizes, friendly faculty and technology to support student learning, K-State is a great place for English language learners, teachers and students. Learn more about Kansas State University.
Campus Services for International Students
While students are on campus, they have access to all the benefits that come with enrollment at Kansas State University. This includes essential services such as student health and immigration support as well as opportunities to engage with the campus community through student organizations, volunteering and academic programs.
Selected list of on-campus services available to students:
- International Student and Scholar Services: provides immigration advising and cultural adaptation support
- Office of Student Life: works to enhance students' experiences and promote success in and out of the classroom
- Student Access Center: supports students with disabilities
- Recreational Services: includes access to the state-of-the-art Peters Recreation Complex
- Student Activities and Services: helps students join one or more of the 480 student organizations on campus
- Lafene Health Center: offers outpatient health care for students at low or no cost