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Diversity and Multicultural Student Affairs

Diversity and Multicultural Student Affairs
Kansas State University
224 Anderson Hall
919 Mid-Campus Drive North
Manhattan, KS 66506

Office Hours:
M-F: 8-12pm / 1pm-5pm

785-532-6276 office
785-532-6339 fax

Morris Family Multicultural Student Center

Kansas State University
Morris Family Multicultural Student Center
915 Mid-Campus Drive South
Manhattan, KS 66506

Summer Hours:
M-F: 8am-5pm


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Funding Opportunities

DMSA Departmental Funding

Student Organizations can submit a funding request for on-campus events to DMSA by completing the DMSA Funding Request Form. All funding requests must be submitted to Diversity & Multicultural Student Affairs at least 21 business days prior to the event. Funding request will be considered up to the amount of $200.00.

Please return all forms to Kevin Santos Flores, either by email (ksantosf@ksu.edu) or dropping it off in room 021 of the Morris Family Multicultural Student Center.


Student Governing Association (SGA) Funding

K-State Student Governing Association provides a variety of funding opportunities for student organizations and on-campus entities. All forms can be found via OrgCentral. On the left-hand side of the page, click the "Fundraising Opportunities" tab. The "Surveys" tab within will show the necessary funding request forms and "Events" will show upcoming informational meetings.

  • On-Campus Allocations (OCA)
    • The On-Campus Allocations Committee (OCAC) receives and reviews the funding requests for on-campus events submitted by student organizations on campus. OCAC is responsible for choosing whether to fund these groups based on the merits and educational value of the events.
  • Diversity Programming Council (DPC)
    • Part of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee (DEI)'s role is to receive and review the funding request for on-campus events that provide cross-cultural learning experiences and education on the topics of diversity or inclusion. DEI is responsible for choosing to fund these events based on the merits and educational value of the events.
  • Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF)
    • The Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) committee provides grants to campus entities and departments for projects that support historically underrepresented students. EOF grants provide funding for one year and are preferentially provided to help continue existing programs that affect large numbers of students and have definite outcomes.