Walking tours leave every half hour, 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. from the admissions booth in the Union. Las visitas guiadas que se ofrecen al mediodia y a la una de la tarde se ofrecen en ingles y en español.
Stop by the Housing and Dining Services booth in the Union to learn why on-campus living is such a popular choice among K-State students. View construction plans for Wefald Hall, the new residence hall being built in the Kramer Community. Drop in for a tour at any of our residence halls, the Honors House, Scholarship houses or Jardine Apartments between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Jardine tours begin at the Jardine Tower.
Scholarship/cooperative house tours
Women: Smurthwaite Leadership/Scholarship House: 1500 N. Manhattan Ave.
Alpha of Clovia: 1200 Pioneer Lane
Men: Smith Scholarship House: 331 N. 17th St.
Coeducation: Honors House: 1930 College Heights
Fraternities and sororities
Visit the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life table in the Union to learn more about the fraternity and sorority experience at K-State. Ambassadors will be on hand to give you information and answer questions about how to join, the benefits of going Greek and anything else you want to know about the fraternity and sorority community at K-State. Individual houses will be open for tours throughout the day, and many organizations will have tables in the Union. You can find more information about Greek life at k-state.edu/fsl.
Visit the newly expanded and renovated Chester E. Peters Recreation Complex, the campus hub for fitness, recreation, intramurals and club sports. Guided tours will be offered all day, or drop by to look around. Parents or guests accompanied by a K-State student can get a free day pass. Denison Avenue and Olympic Drive (east of the football stadium).
Stop by for refreshing lemonade and pick up a K-State traditions brochure. The center, home of the K-State Alumni Association, offers a friendly atmosphere for returning alumni and friends to meet and serves as a conference center for the community. Check out the Memorabilia Room, the original Bluemont Arch and a bronze Wildcat statue. Three of the 150th anniversary Wildcat March statues also temporarily call the center home.
Go green, stay purple
K-State has been in the recycling game since 1989. Stop by the K-State Recycling Center, located near Weber Hall, to see how we are implementing a one-stop drop method for easy recycling. Recycling helps the university as well as the environment.