There are countless ways to break down campus life at Kansas State University. You could start by considering the 475-plus available student clubs and organizations, or the nearly 50 fraternities and sororities on and off campus.
Or, perhaps it's worth mentioning how highly students rank their memorable campus life experience. In that case, the Princeton Review recently ranked K-State has having the No. 3 best quality of life in the nation, and named K-Staters as the nation's No. 6 happiest students. Great community relations, packed athletic stadiums and more; the list seems a mile long.
K-State's nearly 24,000 students come from all 50 states and more than 100 countries, and our alumni base is one of the highest in the nation. But, the fact of the matter is that while these numbers speak loud and proud about the K-State campus life experience, the only number that really matters is No. 1 — you.
You have the ability to find your individual strengths and passions alongside the thousands of fellow K-Staters, always cheering you on. We may all take different paths, but nonstop opportunity means we’re all constantly moving in one direction — forward. You may be a star softball player, an undergraduate researcher, future student body president or the lead in a play, but the thread that holds us together is a common campus experience that makes us family.
When you appreciate individual interests and celebrate commonalities, your short time at K-State becomes much more than a campus experience — it's cemented in your heart as life experience.
That's the #WildcatWay.