Fall 2020 course schedule changes are complete
August 3, 2020
Prioritizing the health and safety of our K-State community, the fall semester will include a combination of face-to-face/in-person classes, online classes, and hybrid or blended classes. The fall 2020 schedule changes have been completed. Please log into KSIS to see how your schedule has been affected.
The instructions below will help you navigate in KSIS to see the adjustments that may have been made to your fall 2020 class schedule. Visual prompts are also located on the Office of the Registrar Website.
To see your schedule, log into KSIS and navigate to the Student Center Tile. Choose the Other Academic drop down option, and then choose Class Schedule. This view will show you the courses you are enrolled in for the fall 2020 semester.
If you click on the Section link, you can see details for that class, including the assigned instruction mode: Face-to-Face/In-person, Hybrid/Blended, or Distance/Online.
Scroll down in the Class Detail, under Enrollment Information for the Class Attributes section. This section lists the course modalities, which indicate how you will be engaging with the class throughout the semester.
Your Academic Advisor is here to assist you with any questions you may have about your fall classes. The class schedule is updated, and enrollment is open for changes. Advisors will do their best to assist you with finding alternate options or answering your questions.
The changes to the class modalities will be reflected in your bill.
- For the 2020-2021 academic year, base tuition, campus privilege fee, academic infrastructure fee and specific college fees remain the same.
- Online fees are being significantly reduced.
- Face-to-face/in-person classes and hybrid/blended classes will be charged at the regular out-of-state and in-state tuition rates based on your residency.
- Online tuition rates will be charged the instate tuition rate for all students regardless of residency.
We encourage students to see the fall 2020 tuition and fee frequently asked questions. If you have additional questions about your bill, please contact email@example.com.
We understand this is an unprecedented time and that people are affected in many ways as a result. Please know we are here to support you in any way that we can. Students experiencing a financial difficulty should also reach out directly to their financial aid counselor to ask about resources.
Stay safe and be well.
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