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May 19, 2017

K-State 360 requests event registration

Submitted by Trent McGee


In April, the Division of Student Life announced the K-State 360 program. The My360 dashboard is available to start registering events. While the K-State 360 calendar will eventually pull events from the OrgSync and universitywide calendars, during the transition this summer, events will need to be added to both areas until the My360 dashboard feature is functional.

Two types of events and activities can be registered in the K-State 360 system: dated and nondated events. Dated events are events with fixed dates. Nondated events are recurring services offered by an office, such as appointments, walk-ins, or action items. To register an event, you will need to provide a basic description of the event for students to read. Only register events that are available to undergraduates enrolled through the Manhattan and Global campuses.

You may register an event at any time during the academic year. However, the earlier an event is listed, the more opportunity students will have to save your events and export them to their calendars.

Visit 360.k-state.edu for more information, or contact Trent McGee, K-State 360 coordinator, at smcgee@k-state.edu with any questions.