These guides are intended to provide some helpful recommendations for purchasing technology for use at Kansas State University. With the growth of technology use there are four guides with recommendations for purchasing new equipment. These guides are intended for all of the campus community including students, faculty and staff.
K-State encourages new students to bring a computer to college for coursework, research, and communicating with instructors and other students. These guides are intended to provide general information for the broadest use cases, it is encouraged to contact your major department for any specific needs or requirements they may have.
The university's high-speed data network allows access from residence halls, off-campus, the K-State Student Union, the library, university computing labs, technology classrooms, and numerous locations on campus with wireless coverage.
Beginning April 8, 2014 Windows XP will no longer be supported by Microsoft and pursuant to K-State policy these computers will not be permitted to be connected to the K-State network. Other operating systems affected by this advisory include:
The following Apple operating systems are also not permitted on the K-State network:
For additional information, also see: