Student and campus life
The co-curricular experience is an important part of students' educational experience. K-State continues to offer student engagement opportunities that prioritize health, wellness and student development.
Spring 2021 experience
As you navigate the spring semester at K-State, we have you covered with a one-stop shop to find all of the answers to your key questions about the spring 2021 semester.
Housing and Dining Services has implemented a number of policies and procedures to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in residences halls, dining centers and apartment communities. They offer frequent email updates and FAQ for residents.
The Polytechnic campus is incorporating extra health and safety measures for on-campus housing and dining.
On-campus dining centers at the Manhattan campus have been modified to include policies and procedures that follow the recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the state of Kansas and university health professionals.
Polytechnic campus dining services is incorporating extra health and safety measures while providing students with a quality dining experience.
Find guidance for events, meetings and other activities planned by registered student organizations. The guidance applies to independent (ISO) and departmental (DSO) student organizations.
K-State Student Union
The Union is open with modified building hours to allow staff time to deep clean the facility. All visitors are required to wear face coverings and gatherings are limited based on university, local and state guidelines.
Recreational services are available on the Manhattan and Polytechnic campuses. Find details, including hours of operation and health and safety guidelines, for each campus.
Child care services on the Manhattan campus are available at the Center for Child Development facility.