November 19, 2020
Kansas Board of Regents meeting university updates
The Kansas Board of Regents meeting on Nov. 18 included items related to Kansas State University. For more information on these items, see the November meeting agenda items announcement or view the recorded meeting on YouTube.
Report from the university CEOs
President Richard Myers shared with the Regents his gratitude for K-State faculty, staff and students and their efforts during the pandemic; COVID-19 testing numbers; the decision to cancel commencement; the announcement of attendance restrictions at Bramlage Coliseum; opening of all floors at Hale Library in January; and the virtual ribbon-cutting of the Morris Family Multicultural Student Center.
The Regents approved K-State's requests to offer a Bachelor of Science in public health and a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in integrated computer science.
The board received the first reading of fiscal year 2021 housing and food service rates for all state universities. View a PDF of the proposed rates. The board will take final action in December and approved rates will go into effect on July 1, 2021.