Admissions requirements for readmit students
Definition - A readmission student is any student who has previously been
admitted and attended K-State classes on the Manhattan or Salina campus,
since high school graduation.
Who should apply?
- K-State graduates returning for or continuing further
- Former K-State students who have not been enrolled
in on-campus courses for one semester or more
(excluding summer semester).
Note: Students who have never attended K-State as undergraduates,
but have attended the graduate school, must file a new student application
and pay the application fee.
When to apply?
Allow at least 5 working days to process the application. If you apply during
the seven days before the first day of class and meet the readmission
criteria, you will enroll on or after the first day of class. You will be charged a
$50 late enrollment fee. Application for readmission will not be accepted
after classes begin for the semester.
How to apply?
You can apply for readmission to K-State by going to
You must report all colleges or universities attended, including credit hours
completed, in progress or plan to complete since you were last enrolled at
K-State. This includes credit hours you enrolled and withdrew, or received
no credit. Official transcripts must be sent electronically through Docufide
or another official transcript service, mailed or faxed from the registrar's
office of each institution attended.
Students who are on academic warning or have a K-State GPA less than 2.0
must re-enter the same curriculum in which last enrolled. If additional college
work is being or has been earned, an admission decision is deferred until
official transcripts are received.
Dismissed students will be readmitted only when approved for reinstatement
by the Academic Standards Committee of the college the student wishes to enter.
Normally, students must wait at least two semesters before being considered
for reinstatement. There is no guarantee of reinstatement even after waiting
out the two required semesters.
Write or call your dean's office to request an application for reinstatement.
Each K-State college establishes reinstatement schedules and procedures.
If you have questions or require additional information, please contact our