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Information Technology Services

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

785-532-7722
800-865-6143
helpdesk@k-state.edu

IT resources and services

K-State Online

Learning management system designed for use as an interactive web-based classrooms with audio/video streaming, online assignments, chat rooms, grade book, message board, calendar, and more.

KSIS

KSIS, K-State's Student Information System, provides students, faculty, and staff with access to student data including admissions, academics, financial information, and more.

Media Development Center (MDC)

The Media Development Center (213 Hale Library) provides assistance, equipment tutorials, and high-end technology resources for K-Staters to use, including Video-editing equipment and software, image scanners, 3D printing, sound booth, and more.

Equipment Checkout

Technology equipment can be checked out by current K-State students, faculty, and staff at no charge, for up to three days. Equipment includes digital cameras, camcorders, tripods, laptops, audio recorders, microphones, and more. Call 785-532-4918 or email itacrecp@k-state.edu.

Audio/video conferencing

Video conferencing services are available at K-State for students, faculty, and staff, including desktop and mobile video conferencing, and the use of high quality video conferencing rooms. Zoom video conferencing is an HD quality video conferencing tool that is available on PCs and Macs, as well as on Android and iOS devices.

Limited, free laser printing

Limited, free laser printing is available to all students and faculty/staff in the university computing labs and the K-State InfoCommons in Hale Library. $10 is allocated per person each fall and spring semester, and $5 each summer.

Technology buying recommendations

K-State's Technology buying recommendations cover computers for college, departmental computers, tablets, and smartphones. These recommendations are the university's official guidelines for buying PCs and Macs. The recommendations are updated each spring.