Regional community visits
The university for the people of Kansas
As the nation's first operational land-grant university, we care deeply about Kansans and their communities. And there is no better way for Kansas State University to demonstrate our commitment to Kansans than through intentional visits across our state.
During academic year 2022-2023, we visited nine communities throughout the state of Kansas to listen and learn from the people who live there.
Fostering connections and building relationships
K-State's regional community visits will help to shape K-State's new strategic plan to become a next-generation land-grant university. These regional community visits will serve as an important first step in how K-State engages Kansans through this planning process and how the university listens to communities throughout the state about the future of K-State.
Core project team
The project team includes individuals from the offices of the President, Provost, Enrollment Management and Engagement; K-State Research and Extension; the Mary Lynn and Warren Staley School of Leadership; the Division of Student Life; the Division of Communications and Marketing; and Student Governing Association. Together, this team is creating the roadmap for K-State's regional community visits, as well as a framework for empowering all across the institution to continue K-State's legacy of incredible service to the state.