The Commission on the Status of Women at K-State is an advisory committee of nineteen members including faculty, students, staff, and one representative from Kansas State Polytechnic. The goal of this commission is to review the roles, needs, and opportunities of women, students, faculty and staff at Kansas State University and make recommendations to the university president for changes where appropriate. An annual meeting is held with the President of Kansas State University to present a report detailing the concerns and recommendations of the commission.
Social Justice/Diversity & Inclusion
The Commission on the Status of Women at K-State is in agreement with the Faculty and USS Senates in supporting the Black Lives Matter movement and University-wide diversity and inclusion efforts.