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Office of the Registrar

Office of the Registrar
118 Anderson Hall
919 Mid-Campus Drive North
Manhattan, KS 66506–0114

Main Line: 785-532-6254

Fax: 785-532-5599

registrar@k-state.edu

Office Hours:
Monday, Wednesday-Friday
8:00-12:00 & 1:00-5:00
 
Tuesday
9:00-12:00 & 1:00-5:00
 
  
Phone Hours:
Monday, Wednesday-Friday
8:00-12:00 & 1:00-5:00
 
Tuesday
9:00-12:00 & 1:00-5:00

Military Deployment

Enrollment and Fee Procedure for Emergency Military Deployment

Kansas State University will provide the following options to resident and non-resident students enrolled in credit classes who are required to discontinue their attendance as a result of orders to active military duty arising from the need for a long-term TDY or emergency military deployment.

Procedures
  1. Complete the Proper Form

    Option A: A student may withdraw from all classes and receive a 100% refund of all enrollment fees paid (except for late fees and Military Tuition Assistance). The student must contact the dean's office for their program plan/major for assistance in withdrawing from their classes. (Failure to withdraw from a class, even if no fees are owed, may result in a failing grade.), OR

    Option B: In consultation with the faculty members involved, a student may elect to take an "Incomplete" in his/her classes, with the ability to complete the course requirements upon return to K-State. Information about Incomplete grades can be found in the K-State catalog. (Failure to request an "Incomplete" or "Withdraw" from a course may result in a failing grade.) Returning students are responsible for making arrangements with faculty members for the completion of work for which an "Incomplete" has been recorded. As an alternative to "Incomplete", other arrangements for receiving a grade and/or completing a course may be made, as appropriate, through the student's consultation with the faculty members involved, OR

    Option C: A combination of the above wherein the student may withdraw from some classes and continue enrollment in those remaining. Any refund for course withdrawal will be based on the difference between what the student initially paid and what the student would owe had he/she enrolled only in the remaining courses. Marks for continuing courses will be arrived at in keeping with B. above.

  2. Contact K-State Office of Veterans Affairs

    Students who are receiving veteran's assistance or other financial aid should contact the K-State Office of Veterans Affairs of Student Financial Assistance. Call 785-532-7061 or send e-mail to veteran@k-state.edu. The Office of Student Financial Assistance is located in 104 Fairchild Hall and the K-State Office of Veterans Affairs is in 221 Anderson Hall).

  3. Provide Documentation

    A student required to discontinue their attendance as a result of orders to active military duty arising from the need for a long-term TDY or emergency military deployment must provide to the dean's office for their program plan/major a copy of his/her military orders indicating such assignment. A copy of orders may be mailed subsequent to the student's departure, or, in the absence of a copy of the military orders, a written statement from the cognizant commander will be accepted. The documentation should be mailed to the appropriate dean's office.