Undergraduate Out-of-State Tuition and Fees

Graduate students and veterinary medicine students pay different costs.

Based on rates for 2015-2016 in US Dollars
Tuition and feesSemesterYear

Manhattan Campus

12 hours (minimum requirement)
Out-of-state: $753.20 per credit hour

$9038.40

$18076.80

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

SEVIS Compliance Fee


$416.30

 

$30


$832.60

 

$60

Salina Campus                                                  

12 hours (minimum requirement)
Out-of-state: $713.60 per credit hour

$8563.20

$17,126.40
   
Campus Privilege fee$365.04

$730.08

Housing

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

Manhattan Campus

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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 

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Residence hall 
14-meal plan
19-meal plan
 
$3,147
$3,363

$6,294
$6,726
Off-campus livingFind out more
Additional costs

Books and supplies

$450 to $550 $900 to $1,100

Agriculture courses

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

Engineering courses
Students enrolled in a College of Engineering course will pay an additional $19 per credit hour equipment fee and a $35 per credit hour course fee.
Architecture courses
Students enrolled in a College of Architecture, Planning and Design course will pay an additional $40 per credit hour equipment fee.
Business courses
Students enrolled in a College of Business Administration course will pay an additional $35 per credit hour course fee, and $8.34 per credit hour Professional Advantage fee (max $100).

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

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

Human Ecology courses

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

English Language Program

Students enrolled in DAS 032 or DAS 135-179 will pay an additional $15 per credit hour fee.

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

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