Will I receive support even if I’m not on campus?
“My professors, my advisors have all been very helpful. I don't think I would have had that experience elsewhere, to be honest, because I've looked into other schools. I don't think I would have had that hands-on experience with it. It's really a community here.”
- Jessica Garate, 2016 Grad
Will I have to take online classes at a certain time?
“I could do the work any time. If my best time to work happened to be midnight, I could do it then. And it was all asynchronous, so I didn't have to be on at any time. That's a consideration being out of the time zone. It's nice not to have to be synchronized at any particular time.”
- Tritia Moneypenny, 2016 Grad
Will an online degree at K-State help my career?
“The skills that I've learned in this program – analytical thinking, critical thinking, better decision making – are all great skills that one can apply in terms of career development.”
- Hamid Rutaro, 2015 Grad
Will I feel connected to K-State even though I live far away?
“K-State reaching out to students after Hurricane Sandy made me feel like I was officially part of the K-State family. From emotional counseling to academic assistance, it was great to see that resources were available to all students.”
- Timothy Cox, 2014 Grad