Academic units at Kansas State University
From leadership to libraries our academic units support our student and faculty success in the classroom, research and beyond.
The provost and executive vice president is Kansas State University's chief academic officer, whose most important duties are to oversee the academic affairs of the university and ensure its academic standards.
Visit our academic colleges and departments spanning our four campuses.
With more than 4,000 graduate students, Kansas State University offers advanced education and training in traditional as well as in interdisciplinary graduate programs — ranging from the fine arts to molecular biology.
Kansas State University is a four-campus system that values each piece of the puzzle. Each campus has its own strengths and connections that fit perfectly within our university umbrella.
K-State Libraries fosters excellent teaching, research and service that develop a highly skilled and educated citizenry.
International Programs supports education abroad, incoming international students, faculty and researchers going abroad, and more.