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Getting Started

If you are new to KSIS, this page is for you.  Below are links for how to get access, some helpful tips, and training information for new users.

Before training can occur for administrative processes in KSIS, employees must be authorized for access to the areas covered in the training sessions.  If you do not already have the appropriate access, see the details below on how to obtain it for the desired role.

How to Get Access to KSIS


Students, faculty, academic advisors, and staff get access to specific KSIS features based on their role at the university.  Designees (parents or others) are granted access to their student's information in KSIS by their student.

Below are detailed instructions for each user type.  For additional assistance, contact the IT Help Desk at 785-532-7722 or via email at helpdesk@ksu.edu.

Academic Advisors
  • You will need a K-State electronic ID (eID) and current password to sign into KSIS.  If you do not have a K-State eID, register here.

  • If you have a K-State eID, make sure it has been verified.

  • Download and complete the KSIS Academic Advisor Access form and obtain appropriate approvals.

  • Submit the form to:

          Security Administration
          Information Technology Assistance Center (iTAC)
          214 Hale Library

  • You will receive a confirmation email after your request has been authorized.

  • To sign into KSIS, open a web browser and type KSIS.ksu.edu.  Log in with your K-State eID and current password.

  • If you are unable to log into KSIS, or are unable to see the link to the Advisor Center in KSIS, contact the IT Help Desk at 785-532-7722 or via email at helpdesk@ksu.edu.

  • KSIS training is available to advisors at no charge, but registration is required.  See the KSIS Training page for details.
Designees
  • K-State students can grant a designee (a parent or other person) access to their financial information in KSIS.  Students must initiate the process from within their KSIS account.

  • You will need a K-State electronic ID (eID) and current password to sign into KSIS. 

  • Once your student initiates the process in KSIS, you will receive an email from the IT Help Desk with a link to create your eID and password.

  • After you have created your eID and password, the student must confirm your access in KSIS.

  • After your student confirms your access in KSIS, you will receive an email from the IT Help Desk to notify you that you can now log into KSIS.

  • To log into KSIS, open a web browser and type KSIS.ksu.edu.  Log in with your K-State eID and current password.

  • If your student has confirmed your account and you are unable to log into KSIS, contact the IT Help Desk at 785-532-7722 or via email at helpdesk@ksu.edu.

  • If you can log into KSIS but do not have access to the information you need, contact your student.

  • For more information about Designated Access, visit the Help for Designees page.
Faculty, Instructors, and Teaching Assistants
  • Faculty, instructors, and teaching assistants are granted access to KSIS through an automated process that is based on your position code in HRIS.

  • If instructor access needs to be provided in KSIS to GTAs or other staff, download and complete the KSIS Access form.  Submit the form with the appropriate approval signatures.

  • You will need a K-State electronic ID (eID) and current password to sign into KSIS.  If you do not have a K-State eID, register here.

  • If you have a K-State eID, make sure it has been verified.

  • To sign into KSIS, open a web browser and type KSIS.ksu.edu.  Log in with your K-State eID and current password.

  • If you are unable to log into KSIS, contact the IT Help Desk at 785-532-7722 or via email at helpdesk@ksu.edu.

  • If you cannot see the link to the Faculty Center in KSIS - it is likely you have not been coded in KSIS as a faculty member.  Contact the IT Help Desk at (785) 532-7722 or via email at helpdesk@k-state.edu.

  • If you cannot see a class in your Faculty Center, contact your department's Class Scheduler and request to be added as an instructor to the class.

  • KSIS training is available to faculty, instructors, and teaching assistants at no charge, but registration is required.  See the KSIS Training page for details.
Staff
  • You will need a K-State electronic ID (eID) and current password to sign into KSIS.  If you do not have a K-State eID, register here.

  • If you have a K-State eID, make sure it has been verified.

  • Download and complete the KSIS Access form and obtain appropriate approvals.
     
  • Submit the form to:

          Security Administration
          Information Technology Assistance Center (iTAC)
          214 Hale Library


  • You will receive a confirmation email after your request has been authorized.

  • To sign into KSIS, open a web browser and type KSIS.ksu.edu.  Log in with your K-State eID and current password.

  • If you are unable to log into KSIS, contact the IT Help Desk at 785-532-7722 or via email at helpdesk@ksu.edu.

  • Some roles require that you complete specialized training before your access will be granted. 

  • KSIS training is available to staff at no charge, but registration is required.  See the KSIS Training page for details.
Students
  • Students who have been admitted to K-State are granted access to KSIS through an automated process.

  • You will need a K-State electronic ID (eID) and current password to sign into KSIS.  If you do not have a K-State eID, register here.

  • If you have a K-State eID, make sure it has been verified.

  • If you are an admitted student and have a verified K-State eID but cannot log into KSIS, contact the IT Help Desk at 785-532-7722 or via email at helpdesk@ksu.edu.

  • To sign into KSIS, open a web browser and type KSIS.ksu.edu.  Log in with your K-State eID and current password.

Tips for New Users


Below are tips to orient new users to KSIS, and to help make your experience a positive one.

Training for New Users


KSIS training is available to K-State faculty, academic advisors, and staff at no charge.  Registration is required.  See the KSIS Training page for details.