New for 2013
All incoming freshmen, transfer, and international students will find their free StrengthsFinder Access Code in their iSIS account.
Students will have until Friday, December 20th to register their access code and complete the assessment to identify their top strengths
Year In Review
- 70% of incoming freshmen completed the strengthsfinder assessment last year
- The strengths advocates student organization hosted the first ever Strengths Week during February 4-9
- Dr. Emily Lehning and Ben Harstine were named faculty/staff and student strengths champions of the year
- Tom Matson from Gallup facilitated a strengths leadership program for 53 student leaders representing 28 different student organizations. The event was sponsered by SGA and the Strengths Advocates Student Organization
About StrengthsQuestKansas State University is committed to undergraduate education and the academic success of our students. Kansas State has partnered with Gallup to become a strengths based campus in an effort to increase student retention, engagement, and the overall well-being of our undergraduate students.
All incoming freshman will have access to the Clifton StrengthsFinder online assessment. Students taking the assessment will identify their top five strengths. K-State faculty staff and administrators are committed to helping students develop their strengths during their undergraduate experience.
This site will help you explore your top five strengths by identifying StrengthsQuest partners across campus while providing ideas on how you can leverage your strengths to overcome challenges and reach your own personal academic and vocational goals.