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.
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.