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Division of Financial Services

Cashiers Office
Kansas State University
211 Anderson Hall
919 Mid-Campus Dr. North
Manhattan, KS 66506-0211

785-532-6317
785-532-6454 fax
cashiers@k-state.edu

Office Hours:
Monday–Friday
8 a.m.-12 p.m.
1-4:30 p.m.

Schedule a virtual appointment by emailing cashiers@k-state.edu.

K-State Online Tuition and Fees

Calculate your tuition and fee charges for courses marked in KSIS as online/distance:

  1. Select the appropriate base tuition and fee rate below - undergraduate or graduate.
  2. Apply college/departmental fees as appropriate.

If you are also taking courses at one of our physical campuses in-person or in a blended/hybrid format, return to the costs page to navigate to the appropriate page for those tuition rates.

Step 1: Identify Your Base Fall 2020 Tuition and Fee Rate

Online tuition and fee rates are identified by originating campus. You can identify the attributed campus in KSIS.

Online Tuition and Fees - Manhattan and Olathe
Undergraduate Base Tuition Rate $312.50 
per credit hour
Graduate Base Tuition Rate $425.50
per credit hour
Veterinary Medicine Base Tuition Rate $562.80 
per credit hour
English Language Program Base Tuition Rate$312.50 
per credit hour
Online Course Fee
applies to all 100% online courses
$70 
per credit hour
Online Tuition and Fees - Polytechnic
Undergraduate Base Tuition Rate $292.65 
per credit hour
Graduate Base Tuition Rate $420.80 
per credit hour
Pre-College $122.00 
per credit hour
Military$250.00 
per credit hour
Online Course Fee
applies to all 100% online courses
$70 
per credit hour

Step 2: Apply College/Departmental Course Fees

Based on the course(s) you are taking, college/departmental fees will need to be added to the base tuition and fees rate above as appropriate.

Agriculture courses

Students enrolled in a College of Agriculture course pay an additional $20 per credit hour course fee.

  • The food science graduate program also includes a $500 fee per semester.
Architecture, Planning & Design courses

Students enrolled in a College of Architecture, Planning & Design course pay an additional $55 per credit hour college fee.

Arts and Sciences courses

Students enrolled in a College of Arts & Sciences course pay an additional $16.70 per credit hour course fee.

Business courses

Students enrolled in a College of Business Administration course will be assessed an additional $65 per credit hour surcharge.

Business majors: Career Development Fee

Students majoring in a program in the College of Business Administration will be assessed a career development fee for all hours enrolled across any curriculum.

  • $8.34 per credit hour for credit hours 1-11, OR
  • A maximum $100 fee assessed for a student enrolled in 12 credit hours or more
Engineering courses

Students enrolled in a College of Engineering course pay an additional $80 surcharge fee per credit hour and a college fee of $19 per credit hour.

Health and Human Sciences courses

Students enrolled in a College of Health and Human Sciences course pay an additional $20 fee per credit hour.

  • Kinesiology courses have an additional course fee of $15 per credit hour.
  • Personal Financial Planning courses have an additional course fee of $50 per credit hour.
  • Apparel, Textiles and Interior Design courses have an additional course fee of $30 per credit hour.
English Language Program (ELP)

The $55 per credit hour ELP Academic Support Fee is applicable to courses DAS 032 and DAS 135-179.

Additional course fees

Additional fees associated with specific courses may also apply. For full detail, please view the comprehensive fee schedule (pdf).