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Source: Melinda Sinn, 785-532-5888,
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News release prepared by: Jared Betts, 785-532-2529,

Thursday, Jan. 7, 2010


MANHATTAN -- When there aren't enough hours in the day to balance work and family life while furthering your education, Kansas State University's Evening College can help.

Evening College makes it possible for adults with busy daytime schedules to attend classes during convenient evening hours. Courses are offered on K-State's Manhattan campus from 5:30-10:30 p.m. -- and most can be completed in eight weeks, meeting two evenings per week.

Evening College course enrollment is currently open for the spring 2010 semester, which begins Thursday, Jan. 14. Many Evening College courses satisfy university general education requirements and can be applied toward most K-State degree programs. A list of available courses is online at:

Application for admission to K-State is required to enroll in Evening College courses, but military members and their families do not need to be admitted to the university. K-State degrees that may be obtained entirely through Evening College courses include bachelor's degrees in criminology and in interdisciplinary social science.

More information on K-State Evening College is on the Web at:

Information also is available by contacting the K-State Division of Continuing Education at 1-800-622-2578 or