Summer at K-State
Summer 2020 update
As part of the university's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, K-State is continuing remote teaching and learning for courses held during summer 2020.
Even during unprecedented times, summer remains a great time to continue your studies and stay on track toward graduation from Kansas State University. We know you are juggling many competing priorities during this time, but the K-State community is committed to helping you any way that we can, including providing online courses this summer to help you #FinishIn4.
We offer classes that run as few as three weeks during May or August intersession to classes that run up to eight weeks long during the main summer semester. To find summer courses, peruse the summer course schedule listed by college and department.
As part of the decision to move summer coursework online, we have lowered the fees normally associated with distance courses. Financial aid and scholarship opportunities also remain available, and many of the critical support services we offer will continue to be offered remotely, including:
- access to advisors
- Powercat Financial
- counseling services
- financial resources
- access to resources from the Academic Achievement Center
We know many of you had plans to be at one of our campuses this summer, and we are hopeful that normal operations will resume by the fall. But protecting the health and well-being of our students, faculty and staff remain our top priorities.
Summer at K-State is meant to help you #ExperienceMore and #FinishIn4! Questions? Talk to your academic advisor about K-State Summer.