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February 12, 2018

Faculty and staff eID can now gain access to K-State 360

Submitted by Trent McGee

Faculty, staff and graduate assistants can now gain access to K-State 360 with their own eID, where they will be able to see what an undergraduate on the Manhattan campus sees in the portal. This will allow faculty and staff to leverage K-State 360 to support student's co-curricular involvement.

To gain access, visit 360.k-state.edu/facultystaff.

K-State 360, which is housed in the Center for Student Involvement and funded through the Student Governing Association, has been quite successful since its fall 2017 launch. As of Feb. 9, a total of 2,776 students representing more than 148 majors have signed up to use K-State 360.

Through the K-State 360 dashboard, students can organize and track their involvement, as well as find opportunities to get involved. K-State 360 tracks progress and development in six competency areas: teamwork, diversity, leadership, problem solving, communication and career development.

For information about this new program, visit 360.k-state.edu.