Welcome

Mission statement

The Office of Military Affairs serves the University community by providing expertise in military affairs relative to ongoing and future educational, research and outreach efforts. The office serves as the primary conduit to military institutional and community partners, as well as maintaining memberships in military professional organizations and associations. The Office makes military expertise, functional support and engagement services available to all university academic, administrative and peripheral activities.

Kansas State University is a military-inclusive land grant research
institution. K-State has been providing baccalaureate and graduate degree
programs for current and former military students and their families for
over 140 years.

The primary goal of K-State Military Affairs is to be recognized—by
2025—as one of the nation’s most military-inclusive public universities.

Military Affairs Sphere of Influence includes:

  • development and support of educational programs for currently serving military, military family members and veterans
  • development and support of research, scholarly and creative programs for currently serving military, military family members and veterans
  • development and support of outreach and service programs for currently serving military, military family members and veterans
  • serves as primary steward of university relations with National, Regional, State and local military colleagues

News

"Memorial Day," a soon-to-be-released wartime Hollywood film, will be screened at Kansas State University's McCain Auditorium on Wednesday, May 23.

The screening will include a red carpet event with the movie's director, producer and several of the film's actors.

K-State was chosen as one of the locations to see the movie before it is released to a national audience because of the university's unique partnership with Fort Riley.