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Kansas State University

Great Plains IDEA
Kansas State University
119 Justin Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506
785-532-3965
gpideacc@k-state.edu

Welcome to Great Plains IDEA at K-State!

My name is Susan Miller and I am your K-State Great Plains IDEA Campus Coordinator. This website is designed to provide you with information about your program, important program deadlines and resources to help you succeed. You can contact me by email or phone at gpideacc@ksu.edu or 785-532-5493.

If you are a prospective K-State Great Plains IDEA student...
You should start with the Admissions page. Here you will be linked to the department page of the program you are considering, and the person who processes admissions applications. The department page will provide you with an overview of the program as well as admissions information. If you have specific questions about applying, contact the programs admissions representative.

If K-State is your home university...
Anderson Hall Use this site as your guide to Great Plains IDEA. Explore your Degree Program's page for information about your Program of Study, Degree Completion, Graduate School policies and more! Various student services available to you at K-State are listed in the menu to the left. Also, be sure to visit the Enrollment page each semester for the latest course offerings. As you near the end of your program, you will want to checkout the Graduation page as we hope to celebrate your accomplishment with you here at K-State!

About Great Plains IDEA
The Great Plains Interactive Distance Education Alliance (Great Plains IDEA) is a consortium of distinguished, accredited universities offering fully online graduate programs. Each university brings a unique strength in faculty and curriculum to the multi-institution program. Students choose a home university where they apply, are admitted, register for courses, and receive their degree. Online courses are taught by the best faculty in each discipline from several universities. Students pay one common price per credit hour regardless of which university is their degree-granting institution.