Campus Partners

Diversity & Multicultural Student Affairs

The office provides leadership in building an inclusive campus climate that fosters mutual understanding among diverse groups. The office  works with deans, department heads, faculty and other key units throughout the university to:

  • Increase the recruitment and retention of faculty and staff of color
  • Develop strategies to facilitate the recruitment, retention and graduation rates of students of color
  • Provide scholarship opportunities for students of color
  • Provide support for multicultural student organizations and leadership development of students of color
  • Provide diversity programming and activities that augment classroom learning and have cultural relevancy for students and faculty of color
  • Provide links to external constituency groups, such as alumni of color, the African American Legislative Caucus and national organizations with focuses of enhancing diversity
  • Provide leadership and direction for the President's Commission on Multicultural Affairs
  • Work with college diversity committees to address issues and enhance diversity
  • Provide conflict resolution when needed
  • Address problem situations for students, faculty and staff of color
224 Anderson Hall
785-532-6276
ksudiversity@ksu.edu

SafeZone

The purpose of the SAFE ZONE program is to provide campus "safe zones" where individuals affected by homophobia, hateful acts, & sexual violence can safely go for support and assistance. By placing the SAFE ZONE symbol on their office door, desk, or backpack, SAFE ZONE allies signify that their space is a safe place to talk about issues which impact people who have been affected by any type of hateful or homophobic act, or who have been affected by sexual violence, sexual harassment, or any criminal or distressing situation.

224 Anderson Hall
safezone@k-state.edu 

Office of Student Life

The Office of Student Life strives to support our K-State Family by providing additional support, connecting students, parents, families, faculty and staff to campus resources, and addressing any questions or concerns you may have. If you ever have any questions or are not sure who to turn to never hesitate to give us a call or stop on by!

201 Holton Hall
785-532-6432
stulife@ksu.edu

K-State Center for Advocacy, Response, and Education (CARE)

The CARE Center works to promote a safe and equitable work and learning environment for women and all people through advocacy, presentations, academic classes, training, and referral. CARE provides confidential, free, and voluntary services and advocacy for survivors of sexual violence, dating violence, stalking and sexual harassment.

206 Holton Hall
785-532-6444
ksucare@k-state.edu

Cats' Cupboard

Cats' Cupboard Initiative is a collaborative effort among students, faculty, staff, and community focused on promoting food security for students at K-State. This initiative aims to provide direct food access through an on-campus food pantry, in addition to education and engagement opportunities. Cats' Cupboard will be accessible to all K-State students.

009 Fairchild Hall
1601 Vattier Street
785-532-0366
catscupboard@k-state.edu

Lafene Student Health Center

The mission of Lafene Health Center at Kansas State University is to offer an accessible, high quality, affordable, outpatient healthcare service on the Manhattan campus.  Additionally, we will provide exceptional health and well-being education to the student body and larger Kansas State University community.

Lafene Health Center
1105 Sunset Avenue
785-532-6544
785-532-3425 (fax)
lafene@k-state.edu

Office of Institutional Equity (OIE)

The Office of Institutional Equity is engaged in training, outreach, affirmative action planning, equal employment opportunity compliance and conducting investigations in accordance with PPM 3010, laws, regulations, executive orders and other applicable policies that uphold equal opportunity and civil rights laws.

103 Edwards Hall
1810 Kerr Drive
785-532-6220 | TRS 711
equity@k-state.edu
 

Wildcat Wellness Coalition

The Wildcat Wellness Coalition is a collaborative effort between numerous departments on the K-State campus. All members are student services agencies at Kansas State University. The Coalition’s focus is on student development via the 8 dimensions of wellness. The 8 dimensions used to promote a well-balanced and healthy lifestyle are spiritual, physical, environmental, emotional, intellectual, social, occupational and financial wellness.