Kansas State University is a public institution that was founded in 1863. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 19,472, its setting is city, and the campus size is 664 acres. It utilizes a semester-based academic calendar. Kansas State University's ranking in the 2018 edition of Best Colleges is National Universities, 145. Its in-state tuition and fees are $9,874 (2016-17); out-of-state tuition and fees are $24,775 (2016-17).
Kansas State University is located in the city of Manhattan, in the northeast region of the state. Students at K-State, as it is known, can choose from more than 250 undergraduate majors and more than 60 master’s degree programs, including those in the fields of business, engineering and education. K-State is home to the Biosecurity Research Institute, where students can train to research infectious diseases, and the Landon Lecture Series, which has hosted many prestigious speakers, including five former U.S. presidents.
K-State students can join more than 450 organizations, dozens of fraternities and sororities, and student government. It's also easy to stay busy on campus by visiting the school's golf course, insect museum, dairy bar and gardens. Student athletes at K-state can play at the recreational level or try out for one of the many K-State Wildcats varsity sports teams, which compete in the NCAA Division I Big 12 Conference. Notable K-State alumni include actor Eric Stonestreet, who appears on the television show "Modern Family," and chief White House photographer Pete Souza.
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Where will you live next year? Choose Your Experience!
If you're a current resident, now is the time to secure on-campus housing for the 2018-2019 academic year. You have the power to choose your own on-campus living experience.
Not currently living with us? The process to obtain on-campus housing at K-State is outlined on our
Where Should I Live? page.
Big Incentives This Year for Residence Hall Returners!
Return to the residence halls, receive $1,000 ($500 per semester) credit.*
Returning students only pay $55 down instead of $400. Want to live here? Just $30 application fee and $25 contract downpayment. (Much cheaper than paying two months' rent for an apartment lease!)
Summer Connect Program: If you live in one of the halls now and sign a contract for this fall, you can stay over the summer for no additional charge!**
*This credit does not affect the total contract buyout amount.
** Does not include meal plan. Minimum two-week stay.
Goodnow Hall rooms will not be available for selection fall 2018 and spring 2019 while upgrades are being made to the building.
The popular "Hybrid Apartment" model is back this year. Choosing a hybrid allows you to live in one of our 3- or 4-bedroom Jardine apartments, but to rent by the room as an individual.
No need to confirm roommates
Meal plan is optional
Room is furnished (bed, dresser, desk)
Located just steps away from the Rec Center and sports complex
Double as Single Rooms
We will again offer a limited number of our double residence hall rooms as singles for an extra charge. Learn more.
How Do You Choose?
We're proud to be able to offer such a broad range of choices, but we also realize the selection can be overwhelming. That's why we've developed the Explore Your Options worksheet. You can browse and compare, then you'll know exactly what your top choices are when it's your turn to Choose Your Experience.
View the proposed 2018-2019 residence hall rates. (Rates are subject to Board of Regents approval.)
You can get a better idea of your apartment options by attending one of the Find Your Home at Jardine Apartments sessions:
Current apartment residents: Friday Feb 2 at 8 p.m.
Current res hall residents: Monday Feb. 12 at 8 p.m.
Search and apply!