Find a future in purple
Kansas State University employees take pride in making a difference in nearly 25,000 lives at the nation's first operational land-grant university. In fact, the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities recently designated K-State as an Innovation and Economic Prosperity University. As the Princeton Review's No. 7 best-run university, K-State also takes pride in its employees. Beyond offering an unmatched sense of community and inclusiveness, K-State provides employees with a variety of benefits, including health care, retirement options, discounted event tickets and much more.
Of course, our employees also are members of the Manhattan community, the American Institute for Economic Research's No. 8 college town in the nation, featuring eclectic restaurants, a treasure trove of shopping and, of course, plenty of purple.
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Benefits at Kansas State University
Benefits come in all shapes and sizes, and at Kansas State University, we recognize that one size does not fit all. That's why we offer something for everyone. Whether you're looking for stellar health care, tuition assistance or valuable retirement plans, the K-State family has you covered. We value our employees and their countless contributions, so we do our part to ensure they and their families feel right at home.
In partnership with the State of Kansas, we offer health insurance benefits for you and your family's needs. You are able to select from a variety of medical insurance plans, including prescription, dental and vision. Learn more.
Kansas State University offers two mandatory retirement plans to assist you in preparing you for your future. Employees may also contribute to a variety of voluntary retirement plans to supplement their retirement savings.
We recognize that your life is made up of many pieces. You value your time with friends and family, wellness, spirituality, relaxation and, of course, your work life. Kansas State University seeks to support your work life balance by providing a rich leave program. Full-time employees earn eight hours of vacation leave every pay period. Learn more.
Kansas State University values continuing education for its employees. The University provides a tuition assistance program to all full-time, benefits-eligible employees to assist with their education goals. A spouse and dependent grant is also available for eligible employees.
The Annual Security Report (Clery Report) is intended to inform the public of information about crime on and around campus, efforts to improve campus safety, and university policies. Its purpose is to provide individuals with information that will help them make informed decisions relating to their own safety and the safety of others. Anyone, including prospective students and employees, may obtain a paper copy by contacting the Clery Act Federal Compliance Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.