Future student visits and events

The university is offering limited in-person events and virtual visits. Updates will be distributed via email and on the university’s website.

  • Manhattan campus: The Office of Admissions will keep the admissions visit website up to date with the latest scheduling information, including how to schedule a virtual campus visit. Contact admissions representatives anytime with further questions.
  • Polytechnic campus: Visit webpages will be up to date with the latest scheduling information, including how to schedule a virtual campus visit. Contact admissions representatives anytime with further questions.

Visitor guidance

The university is making every effort to de-densify campuses and support in-person instruction and other university activities. In-person events are being held on a limited basis and in accordance with guidance established by the university and in accordance with local, state and federal public health agency guidelines.

When visiting our campuses, all visitors, including vendors and contractors, must follow all university health and wellness guidance, including maintaining 6-feet physical distancing, wearing face coverings, and following COVID-19 exposure isolation and quarantining guidelines. Future students and their guests who are unable to comply with university health and wellness guidance, including wearing a face covering, are encouraged to schedule a virtual visit.

Visitors who are attending events hosted by K-State Athletics, the KSU Foundation, or the K-State Alumni Association should reference health and wellness guidance provided by those entities.

Visitors may be subject to quarantine.

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment, or KDHE, mandates a 10 day self-quarantine for anyone without symptoms who has traveled to Kansas from a high-risk area. The list of high-risk areas is dynamic based on current conditions, and does include international, specific states in the U.S. and cruise travel.

Visitors must not attend in-person university programs or activities and follow the travel-related exposure self-quarantine guidance for care provided by KDHE. Students, faculty, staff, and visitors must meet specific conditions before returning to in-person university programs or activities following isolation and quarantine.

Virtual meeting and tours may be possible.

Contact your university host to see about virtual meetings or a virtual tour.