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IT Help Desk
Kansas State University
214 Hale Library
1117 Mid Campus Dr. North
Manhattan KS 66506


IT Help Desk

Note for campus visitors

Update your computer prior to visiting campus. Computers without the latest security updates are a risk to the K-State network due to the WannaCry ransomware campaign. All computers running Microsoft Windows operating system must have the latest updates applied in order to connect to the K-State network. The specific Microsoft update required is MS17-010 SMB vulnerability dated March 14, 2017. Guests on campus who need assistance can contact the IT Help Desk at 785-532-7722, helpdesk@ksu.edu or receive assistance in 214 Hale Library.

eIDs and eID Passwords
Your eID is your electronic identity at K-State and is used to access K-State's network and IT resources. Learn more

IT Security and Phishing Scams
You are responsible and the best line of defense to protect your identity, personal information and university resources. Learn more

Email, Calendar, and Office 365
Office 365, a collaboration service for all K-Staters, includes a suite of applications such as email, calendar, Microsoft Office, and others. Learn more

K-State Network Access
Kansas State University provides wireless data network services for K-State students, faculty, staff, and guests. Learn more

Free and Discounted Software
K-State's antivirus software is free and required to access K-State's network. Microsoft Office, Qualtrics, Adobe Creative Cloud, and other free and discounted software are also available. Learn more

IT Resources and Services
IT resources and services at K-State include the Media Development Center (Hale 213), equipment checkout, audio-video conferencing, limited free printing and others. Learn more

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K-State will never ask for your password in an email. Any email that asks for it is a scam. Delete it, even if it's from a K-State email address. Remember: Don't click links in email you aren't expecting.

Too bad they're not easier to identify. Suspect you might have received a phishing email? Forward suspected phishing scam email to abuse@k-state.edu