September 24, 2018
Let's Talk informational meeting set for Sept. 26
Are you a Kansas State University employee or a member of the Manhattan-area community looking to go back to school?
You're invited to learn how to utilize Kansas State University's flexible class options, tuition assistance, student services and campus resources to complete your bachelor's degree while you work on campus. Community members interested in finishing their degree are also welcome to attend and utilize the Let's Talk program.
Let's Talk — formerly named On Track — is a support program designed for K-State employees and others in the community who desire to go back to school. Whether by phone, email or online chat, reaching out and starting the conversation is the most crucial step to achieving your educational goals. Let's Talk aims to make this step as simple and convenient as possible, while connecting potential students with advisors trained to help working adults.
A Let's Talk information session will take place from 12:15-12:45 p.m. Sept. 26 in the Big 12 Room of the K-State Student Union.
Ron Jackson and Jo Maseberg-Tomlinson of K-State Global Campus will present on financial aid and tuition assistance, degree and course options to fit your schedule, the application process and more.
Visit the Let's Talk website to start the conversation.