Application Process for Undergraduate Programs
1. Review Admission Requirements
Admission requirements will vary by program. Select your undergraduate program of interest for details.
View K-State’s transfer equivalency guide to see how previously completed courses will transfer.
2. Review Application Requirements
General Application Deadlines
- Fall semester (begins in late August): August 1
- Spring semester (begins in late January): January 1
- Summer semester (begins in late May): May 1
Dietetics Bachelor's Degree Application Deadlines
- Fall semester (begins in late August): June 1
- Spring semester (begins in late January): November 1
- Summer semester (begins in late May): April 1
Elementary Education Bachelor's Degree Application Deadlines
- Summer semester (begins in mid-May): April 1
The application, application fee, and additional required documentation must be received by the application deadline. It takes 4-6 weeks for an application to be processed once all materials have been received.
- U.S. Applicants: $40
- International Applicants: $80
Students who have not enrolled at K-State for at least one semester (excludes summer) must reapply. Previously enrolled students will not have to pay the application fee again or resend official required documentation unless additional college coursework has been completed since last enrolled at K-State.
Fill out the online application form on the program’s webpage. Select your undergraduate program of interest for a link to the application.
4. Send Additional Documentation
Check your undergraduate program of interest for required documentation.
Request official documents be mailed, faxed or sent via electronic transcript provider to:Office of Admissions
Kansas State University
119 Anderson Hall
919 Mid-Campus Drive North
Manhattan, KS 66506-0102
Electronic transcript provider: firstname.lastname@example.org
Proof of English Proficiency
Students whose primary language is not English must submit proof of English proficiency during the application process by providing any one of the following official minimum test scores:
Exception: students who have completed four years in a U.S. high school with grades of C or better in all college preparatory English courses or who have earned 24 credit hours from a regionally accredited U.S. institution with grades of C or better in English Composition I and II are not required to take any of the above English language proficiency exams.
Note: student-issued or personal copies of transcripts or test scores are not considered official records and will not be accepted.