Our Vision and Our Mission
Vision: K-State dedicates itself to providing equitable access to an ever-more diverse and mutually inclusive public university. We build and enrich safe, respectful environments and learning communities that value our backgrounds and intersectionalities that contribute to the inherent dignity and growth of all.
Mission: At Kansas State University, diversity, inclusion, equity, and belonging, in the broadest sense, reflect the idea that all community members are welcomed, valued and free to be their authentic selves. We strive to empower all members and remove barriers throughout our campus caused by social injustice and inequity to provide access to all regardless of identities. We commit ourselves to engaging the voices of our community to promote equity and empathy for a more inclusive K-State.
DEIB Strategic Plan
Explore the university's first five-year diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging strategic plan, Our Lens, Our Focus, Our K-State.
Action Plan for a More Inclusive K-State
Through the Action Plan for a More Inclusive K-State, the university focuses on 11 distinct action steps to address racial and social injustice issues at our university. Track progress on the action plan dashboard.
The Department of Diversity and Multicultural Student Affairs offers programming, intercultural learning and extracurricular activities to students from all walks of life. We're dedicated to building an inclusive campus climate encouraging understanding, self awareness, compassion and more. Through leadership and communication, we can make positive changes at K-State and in the world around us.
- Carl R. Ice College of Engineering DEIB unit wins university award for enhancing diversity
- Recognizing outstanding students and faculty: Nelofar Khamisani and Raghavendra Amachawadi
- Black History 365 events continue Feb. 27 and 28
- K-State hosts 2023 Big 12 Conference on Black Student Government
Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging
Kansas State University
204 Anderson Hall
919 Mid-Campus Dr. North
Manhattan, KS 66506-0121