Get answers about tuition costs, loans and more
The Office of Student Financial Assistance is a valuable resource for information about tuition. You can get answers to questions about scholarships and loans, as well as estimate the cost of your education, complete with a net price calculator.
As a K-State student, you have your own financial assistance advisor. Advisors can answer any questions about financial aid. Contact your financial aid advisor to get connected.
Get answers about your student account and paying tuition
The Cashier's Office is responsible for the billing and collection of all tuition, fees and charges to student accounts. This office processes refunds to students. Students can view current and past bills, tax information and more through KSIS.
Get financial help and guidance
- Manage your money with Salt, a free online program that helps students and alumni manage their money and student loans. Salt has search engines for scholarships, jobs and internships as well as articles, tools and videos about a broad range of financial topics. It even has a call center ready to answer any general student loan questions.
- Powercat Financial is a free service that pairs you with student financial counselors who can help with budgeting, managing student loan decisions, saving, credit use, transitioning into work, reviewing job offers, managing debt and more.
Share information with parents or family members
Authorize parents and family members to pay bills and view tax and financial aid information with Designated Access.
Access financial applications and information
Access your financial assistance information anytime from KSIS, K-State's online student information system. Also use KSIS to accept financial assistance packages, and view your grades, admission records, course schedule and other personal information. You must verify your K-State eID and password before logging into KSIS for the first time.
Get financial assistance
- Apply for federal financial aid by completing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
- Complete the K-State scholarship application.
- Explore scholarships.
- Review benefits available to veteran students.