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Part 1: June Virtual Advising and Enrollment

This spring has been the longest spring any of us can remember, but fall will be here before we know it! And with that, the promise of renewal and excitement is starting to fill the air!

Registering for June virtual advising and enrollment is your first step in the orientation process.

Register with your
K-State eID and password

Dates Offered

Incoming Freshman: June 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 15, 16, 17, 19

Transfer Students: June 3 and 18

What you'll do

More information on how to connect with us will be sent via email after you register for a date that works best for you. Find a snapshot of what will happen during the virtual event below.

  • Meet with an academic advisor.
  • Enroll in classes.
  • Learn important information about K-State, advising and student success tips.
  • Talk with students in your specific academic college.

What your family members and guests can do

College is a joint effort between students, families and the university. K-State will offer special online sessions designed for family members to answer their specific questions and help best support you in your K-State journey.  Just let us know on your registration who would like to attend the virtual experience alongside you.

Additionally, be sure to learn more about our Parents and Family Program. The Parents and Family Program exists to support, assist and help all parents, partners, and family members of students at the university. Be sure to connect with PFP for updates before, during and after Orientation and Enrollment.

How to prepare for June virtual advising and enrollment

Confirm your eID


Before you can enroll in your courses, you must have an eID (electronic ID). This comprehensive computer ID will provide access to all your K-State electronic resources, including e-mail.

Register for your eID

 

Complete the math placement exam


All new K-State students are required to take the online math placement exam before attending Orientation and Enrollment. You will need your eID and password to log into the website.

Take the math placement exam

 

Submit all vaccination records


Students who are enrolling in their first semester at K-State for Summer or Fall 2020 are required to complete the Tuberculosis Screening Questionnaire and submit their measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccination records. Log on to My Lafene Portal to upload your vaccine documentation.

All new freshmen and transfer students are required to submit vaccination records for measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR).  All students living in the residence halls are required to provide documentation for the meningitis vaccine or sign a waiver.  To find out more about K-State’s vaccination requirements, visit Lafene Health Center. Follow the instructions to access our secure patient portal and upload a picture of your immunizations. Contact Lafene Health Center at lafene@k-state.edu if you have questions.

Vaccination Requirements

 

Complete your admissions file

 

First-year students

  • An official test score from ACT or SAT.
  • An official final high school transcript verifying graduation.
  • If applicable, official college transcript(s) for all courses attempted.

Transfer students

  • Submit your most recent transcript.

All items are requested before you attend Orientation and Enrollment and are required by July 1 except for summer college work in progress.

Have questions? Contact the Office of Admissions at apply@k-state.edu.

 

Check your K-State email


Check your email to find the required tasks to complete before Orientation and Enrollment and updates before you attend.

 

Review courses


Check the 
course catalog for courses that are offered and that interest you. We recommend reviewing this before meeting with your academic advisor and to have an idea of what classes you would like to take. Feel free to bring your list of these courses with you to your appointment.

 

Look into involvement opportunities


Review involvement opportunities and student organizations before becoming a student. K-State has more than 475 student organizations, which are listed on the 
Center for Student Involvement website

 

Keep your documentation handy for your advising appointment

 

  • Financial Aid Information: Have your financial aid award letter and any materials you've received in the mail available to you during your June appointment. We'll be glad to answer any questions.
  • Academic Records: You may be asked to provide ACT scores, high school courses and grades, and any college credits earned during your virtual enrollment. Having those at your side will serve you well when you meet with your advisor!

What comes next 

After you complete June advising and enrollment, you'll receive information about our online July pre-orientation program. No additional registration is required, as you will be notified automatically when the program becomes available.

Have questions? We've got you covered.

We are here to help you every step of the way with multiple ways to find additional information.

Contact us directly

Email us at events@k-state.edu for additional information, or send us a chat.

Visit our FAQs

Visit our FAQs for assistance navigating Orientation and Enrollment and more.

Not planning on enrolling full time?


If you are enrolling in six credit hours or fewer, you are not required to attend orientation and enrollment, but you still must speak with an advisor before you can enroll. Contact the Office of Admissions to confirm your part-time status and initiate the advising process. Then contact your dean's office to visit with an advisor and sign up for classes.

  • Agriculture: 785-532-6157
  • Architecture, Planning, & Design: 785-532-5047
  • Arts and Sciences: 785-532-6904
  • Business Administration: 785-532-6180
  • Education: 785-532-5524
  • Engineering: 785-532-5592
  • Health and Human Sciences: 785-532-5500

Enrollment and fee payment instructions are included in the One-Stop Shop and on KSIS.