Admission Requirements for the Nonviolence Studies Undergraduate Certificate
To qualify for admission into the nonviolence studies undergraduate certificate, students must have a high school diploma and admission to K-State as a nondegree-seeking student.
You must be admitted for the fall semester by Aug. 1, spring semester by Jan. 1 and summer semester by May 1. This means that all transcripts, application fees and any other requirements must be completed and received by these dates.
Please note: It takes at least four to six weeks for an application to be processed once all application materials have been received by the university.
How to Apply
If you are enrolled in a K-State degree program, fill out the Application for the Nonviolence Studies Certificate Program (PDF) and submit it to:
Dr. Nadia Shapkina
Kansas State University
204 Waters Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506
If you are not enrolled in a K-State degree program, follow the instructions for enrolling as a nondegree-seeking student. You will also need to fill out the Application for the Nonviolence Studies Certificate Program and return it to Dr. Nadia Shapkina at the above address.