Leaving K-State? There are a number of tasks you will need to complete before leaving K-State, such as uninstalling Trend Micro, deleting unwanted mailing lists, and more. See the Student and Employee Checklists for more information.
Access to IT Resources
|STUDENTS WHO LEAVE K-STATE||EMPLOYEES WHO LEAVE K-STATE|
|Retain* access to||Retain* access to|
|Lose access to||Lose access to|
* As long as the eID is kept active by meeting K-State's password-change deadlines each semester.
NOTE: At the request of the appropriate university administrator with the approval of the Chief Information Officer, email may be terminated immediately for cause. This requires a formal email or letter by the requesting administrator to the Chief Information Officer.
- Students must have taken a credit course.
- K-State graduates retain access to email as long as they continue to change their password every 180 days.
Emeritus faculty and staff, and retirees
- Lose access to Office 365 apps, including OneDrive, three weeks after their retirement date.
- Lose access to KSIS.
- Retain access to email as long as they continue to change their password every 180 days.
- Retain access to online library journals and databases from campus computers. Requests for remote access in order to continue research activities will be considered on an individual basis.
NOTE: Before leaving K-State, employees should share business-related files with their supervisor, as appropriate. Computers (desktop and laptop) are inventoried and owned at the unit level. The unit controls reuse and disposal of the computer and should follow K-State’s Media Sanitization and Disposal Policy (PPM 3336). Information Technology Services provides reuse and disposal service to units who do not have IT staff that provide this service. See the Computer Deployment Request form to request this service. Also see the University Retention Schedule for information about retention requirements for university documents and data.