International Student Center
The International Student Center contains offices, a lounge, meeting rooms and a kitchen in a total 7,000 square feet of space. It offers a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere for K-State's international students to socialize.
- Foreign Students, 532-6448, fax 532-6607
- International Student and Scholar Services, room 104, firstname.lastname@example.org, 532-6448, fax 532-6607
The International Student Center features an exterior of stone with wood truss roof and wood shingles. The original two buildings, the International Student Center and the Korean Room, were built in 1977 with a donation from King Radio Corporation founder Edward J. King, Jr. The Taiwan Wing addition opened in 1999, also funded entirely by private donors. The center has hosted many events over the years, fostering cultural awareness on campus.