June 16, 2022
Kansas Board of Regents June meeting university updates
The Kansas Board of Regents meeting on June 15 included items related to Kansas State University. For more information on these items, see the June meeting agenda PDF or view the recorded meeting on YouTube.
K-State received approval to offer an educational specialist degree in school counseling, a Bachelor of Science in real estate and community development, a Bachelor of Science in operations and supply chain management and a Bachelor of Science in digital innovation in media.
The Regents approved K-State's request to amend the fiscal year 2023 capital improvement project plan and to accept the program statement to replace the air handling unit at the College of Veterinary-East in the Innovation Center.
K-State received approval to amend the fiscal year 2023 capital improvement project plan and to accept the program statement for Justin Hall renovations.
The Regents reappointed Jay Stephens, vice president for human capital services, to an additional three-year term on the Retirement Plan Committee.
The Regents approved the general education policy and amendments to the transfer articulation policy.
Fiscal year 2023 state university tuition and fees proposals were approved by the board. More information is available under the June 15-16 meeting heading on the Regents' website.
The Regents approved distribution of fiscal year 2023 appropriations for capital renewal initiative. K-State's recommended allocation is $10,465,000.
The Regents approved the distribution of fiscal year 2023 appropriations to state universities. Read more in the PDF summary. The Regents also appropriated an additional $200,000 to K-State for the IT infrastructure allocation.
The meeting on June 16 will include the following items related to K-State:
President Richard Linton will present to the Regents on the Freedom of Expression initiative illustrating the activities and publications the university has engaged in over the course of the initiative.
K-State requests approval to name the indoor practice facility on the K-State Athletics complex.