Consumer and Tenant Affairs
The Consumer and Tenant Affairs Office serves Kansas State University students by disseminating information in consumer and tenant matters. CTA will provide information on landlord/tenant rights and responsibilities and aid in the resolution of consumer complaints regarding products and/or services. CTA also provides several brochures regarding consumer issues and landlord/tenant information.
CTA maintains a bulletin board located on the first floor of the K-State Student Union that lists available rental units and various other housing options.
If you would like information on becoming a CTA Intern, please contact Joyce Cantrell at 532-1482.
Other Sources of Information
Off Campus Housing Guide
Housing and Credit Counseling, Inc. (HCCI): Tenant Handbook
HCCI has published online a tenant handbook. HCCI says that, "The handbook covers both legal and practical aspects of Kansas residential landlord tenant relations in terms that everyone can understand."
Kansas Residential Landlord Tenant Act (KRLTA):
The KRLTA is the state legislation that governs the landlord-tenant relationship. Rights of the tenant and landlord can be found in this Act, listed on the HCCI website: http://www.hcci-ks.org/LL-Ten%20Act%2005.pdf
Code Services is a free service to City of Manhattan tenants. You can call Code Services to have your home inspected if you feel that your home may be in violation of Code. They can be reached at (785) 587-4506
City of Manhattan
The City of Manhattan also provides landlord/tenant support to the residents of Manhattan. They can be reached at (785) 587-2489.
Attorney General : Consumer Protection Division
For students with consumer related issues, they can file a complaint with the Attorney Generals Office. Their can call toll free at (800) 432-2310 or check out their website at http://www.ksag.org/home/