Need some support? From quiet study spots to coaching, the units below offer services and resources to support your coursework, research and other scholarly work.
The K-State Libraries offer numerous services and resources to support graduate student research, scholarship, and teaching. The Faculty and Graduate Services unit of the K-State Libraries offers free hour-long "The Library and Your Research" workshops designed to provide graduate students with a solid foundation for a successful academic experience.
Academic Achievement Center
The Academic Achievement Center supports academic success of all K-State students by providing tutoring services, academic coaching, and student success courses.
The Writing Center provides feedback at any and every stage of the writing process to enable students to gain awareness of writing strategies; improve writing assignments or non-academic writing; and increase their sense of competence, confidence, and ownership in writing. In one-on-one consultations, students discuss their writing projects with trained writing tutors (most of whom are fellow students).
Graduate Student Space
The Graduate School offers dedicated spaces for use by all K-State graduate students. Located on the third floor of Eisenhower Hall, the area has both social and quiet study space, as well as rooms that may be reserved for group meetings, collaborative research, or recurring GTA office hours during academic semesters. There is also a parent work space for graduate students with children. The space is accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week.