K-State is providing students with in-person, online and blended/hybrid course options during the 2021-2022 academic year. This academic year will be a more traditional in-person academic experience, with a few continuing precautions. The university values the health and safety of our students, faculty, GTAs, staff and our communities while working to support our high-quality learning environments.
Health and safety in the classroom
The 2021-2022 academic year will be a more traditional in-person academic experience, with a few continuing precautions.
The university has established protocols for academic instruction that support the return to more in-person semesters.
The 2021-2022 academic calendar has returned to a more traditional structure. Spring semester classes will begin on Tuesday, Jan. 18.
Information regarding ceremony schedules, location and details for participation is available on the commencement website.
Graduate and professional students
Find information for graduate and professional students.
Restrictions on university-related or sponsored out-of-state or international travel have been lifted.
From safety precautions, federal guidance on grants and contracts and more, K-State offers a variety of research and information to help faculty reopen their research programs.
Tuition and fees
The Cashiers Office has information about costs, billing, payments and refunds.