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Diversity offices, programs, and organizations

Diversity and Inclusion

The Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer (CDIO) is a senior leader who serves as a catalyst to leverage best practices and resources across Kansas State University’s campuses to promote a culture of inclusion where individuals from all racial and ethnic identities, ages, nationalities, social and economic status, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, religious, political and ideological perspectives, and physical and mental abilities are able to thrive and be engaged.

Office of Diversity and Multicultural Student Affairs

The Office of Diversity and Multicultural Student Affairs provides vision and leadership in diversifying all university functions as well as students, faculty, staff and the curriculum.

Tilford Group

The Tilford Group is a research and development group consisting of inter-disciplinary faculty, administrators, and students who are developing a multicultural curriculum model to facilitate the total student experience

International Student and Scholar Services

This office is a key point of contact for the international community to find answers to questions pertaining to international students, scholars, and dependents.

Study Abroad

Information on study abroad programs through K-State and how to apply.

KAWSE Program

The K-State Office for the Advancement of Women in Science and Engineering works to increase the participation, retention and advancement of girls and women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. The office serves as home of the ADVANCE, SUCCEED, EXCITE! and GROW programs.

Kansas Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (KS-LSAMP)

The Kansas Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (KS-LSAMP) is a National Science Foundation program that assists colleges and universities in diversifying the workforce entering science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields, in part, by supporting institutions’ efforts to increase the numbers of students that successfully complete baccalaureate degrees in these fields.