Undergraduate Out-of-State Tuition and Fees

Graduate students and veterinary medicine students pay different costs.

Based on rates for 2014-2015 in US Dollars
Tuition and feesSemesterYear
Manhattan Campus
12 hours (minimum requirement)
Out-of-state: $727.10 per credit hour

$8725.20

$17450.40

Privilege fee
Health, student newspaper, recreation complex and other items

SEVIS Compliance Fee


$405

 

$30


$810

 

$60

Salina Campus                                                  
12 hours (minimum requirement)
Out-of-state: $688.80 per credit hour

$8265.60

$16,531.20
Privilege fee$365.16

$730.32

Housing

(Rates are for a standard double, triple, or quad room.)

Manhattan Campus (Click here for a complete fee list.)
Residence hall
10-meal plan
15-meal plan
20-meal plan

$4,105
$4,140
$4,215

$8,210
$8,280
$8,430
Salina Campus (Click here for a complete fee list.)
Residence hall 
14-meal plan
19-meal plan
 
$3,147
$3,363

$6,294
$6,726
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Additional costs

Books and supplies

$450 to $550 $900 to $1,100

Agriculture courses

Students enrolled in a College of Agriculture course pay an additional $20 per credit hour course fee.

Engineering courses
Students enrolled in a College of Engineering course pay a $19 per credit hour equipment fee and a $20 per credit hour course fee.
Architecture courses
Students enrolled in a College of Architecture, Planning and Design course pay an additional $40 per credit hour equipment fee.
Business courses
Students enrolled in a College of Business Administration course will be assessed an additional $20 per credit hour course fee, and $100 per semester Professional Advantage fee.

Arts and sciences courses
Students enrolled in a College of Arts and Sciences course pay an additional $8 per credit hour course fee.

Flight training
K-State Salina students taking professional pilot training courses must pay additional flight and equipment costs, which vary by semester.

Numbers rounded up to the next dollar amount. All fees subject to change.

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