February 23, 2021
K-State shares guidance for summer 2021 programs
Kansas State University continues a phased approach for resuming operations. The phases align with national and local requirements and guidance. The university is currently in Reopening Phase 3.
As part of the reopening process, the university will allow in-person, hybrid and virtual programs for summer 2021. This includes programs for visitors and youth-serving programs.
The university has established guidance for program directors for managing the COVID-19 virus during planning and hosting summer programs. Program directors will develop and submit plans for approval.
All academic and non-academic programs held during summer 2021, including programs sponsored by university colleges, departments, extension and administrative units, third parties and K-State Athletics, must develop a COVID-19 safety and risk mitigation plan and follow other steps of the approval process.
The university risk and compliance officer will review and approve all summer programs. Approval is conditional and based on the current status of the pandemic.
Learn more about the guidance for managing COVID-19 for summer programs.