Diversity & Multicultural Student Life enriches the K-State student experience by promoting a holistic approach to student success and development. We strive to affirm the diverse identities of students through:
- Supporting historically marginalized and underrepresented students and their organizations
- Providing culturally relevant student programming
- Offering opportunities for intercultural student learning & engagement
- Fostering an environment where ALL students have a sense of belonging
Diversity and Multicultural Student Affairs engages and supports over 40 Multicultural Student Organizations. MSOs provide multiple opportunities for all students to gain leadership skills, learn about academic resources, and become culturally aware.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., a nationally known civil rights activist and Nobel Peace Prize recipient, visited Kansas State University on Jan. 19, 1968. The university community is proud of our connection to Dr. King and has many resources about his message, visit and impact available.