The Center for Engagement and Community Development promotes engagement on and off campus, in teaching, research, and outreach, and uses K-State expertise to address issues of community development in Kansas.
The Vice Provost for Enrollment Management leads the university enrollment management program and services (including domestic and international student recruitment, admissions, financial aid, registration, and transfer enrollment) and engages university leaders and stakeholders in aligning enrollment services and implementing a multi-year comprehensive strategic enrollment management (SEM) strategy that engages prospective students from Kansas, country-wide, and internationally.
The Associate Provost for Institutional Effectiveness is responsible for accreditation, program review, assessment, coordination of the general education program, faculty awards and recognition, faculty and academic administrator development and mentoring initiatives, and related academic personnel functions including departmental documents review, promotion & tenure, sabbatical requests, and the dual career program. The Associate Provost also oversees institutional research while a national search for an Associate Provost for Institutional Research is being conducted.
The Office of Institutional Research is responsible for facilitating the development and implementation of the institutional data strategy, promoting institution-wide use of data and analytics for informed decision-making throughout the university, managing institutional data for a wide range or uses, providing institutional research, analysis, and reporting, and serving as the central clearinghouse for university-wide reporting.
The Office of International Programs (OIP) is responsible for strengthening communication and coordination among Kansas State University's many international programs, achieving identified strategic planning goals for the university's further internationalization and providing a focal point for external international contacts.
The Vice Provost for Student Success is responsible for leading, facilitating, and promoting innovative initiatives to support student retention, persistence, progression, and graduation and implementation of the university's strategic enrollment management (SEM) strategy; managing a broad range of university academic support services; and promoting the use of best practices, data, and technology to enhance academic advising and student support efforts across the university.