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Office of Admissions
Kansas State University
119 Anderson Hall
919 Mid-Campus Dr. North
Manhattan, KS 66506-0102


785-532-6393 fax

For Educators

2017-2018 updates

View the updates and important changes that are impacting students, families and counselors this year.  

Qualified Admissions

The Qualified Admissions standards for Kansas Board of Regents' schools changed for all institutions beginning with the class graduating in 2015.
Read more.


Teachers, administrators and counselors often help high school students in the college search process. Kansas State University relies on educators to provide information about K-State to their students, and we work closely with educators during the admissions process.

We're confident that K-State offers something for each of your students. K-State features more than 250 majors and options, more than 475 clubs and organizations, and top professors in their fields — all at an affordable price and in one of America's best college towns.

Contact us if you need further help or are looking for more information. We are always happy to assist high school counselors and their students. 


Majors and programs
Profile of incoming students


Tuition and costs
Financial aid
Application Fee Waiver (pdf)

Transfer credits

College transfer courses
Advanced credit for AP and IB
Recommended high school curriculum

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Events for future students
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Important dates and deadlines
Admissions requirements
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