Frequently Asked Questions
- If I want to take a course, do I have to go through the application process and be admitted into the university?
- Is there a set tuition rate for Evening College, Intersession, and Online courses offered through K-State Global Campus?
- Am I able to take classes without any previous college experience?
- Am I eligible to apply for financial aid for the On Track program?
- Are there scholarships available for non-traditional students in the On Track program?
- How will my previous/other college credits transfer?
- Is Kansas State University accredited?
- How many courses can I take at once?
- Are all courses available all of the time?
- How much is the admissions application fee?
- How long does it take to be admitted?
- How will I know when I have been admitted?
- What disability accommodations do you offer?
- How do I pay for my courses?
- Do you offer a payment plan?
- How long are classes and when do they meet?
- Can I start at any time?
- Will you accept my credits earned in the military?
- Although I don't have a bachelor's degree, I took classes many years ago (either at K-State or elsewhere). Do they expire?
- I'm a K-State employee (with my own health insurance) using my tuition assistance benefit. Is there a way to waive the Lafene Health Fee?
- I'm a K-State employee and want to use my tuition assistance. Do I have to apply to the university?
- Can I park anywhere with no parking tag/permit after 5 p.m.?
- If I'm taking an on-campus course, can I use the “Rec”?
Yes, in order to take Evening College, Intersession or online courses, you must be admitted to the university. Visit the Office of Admissions website for more information.
Tuition and fees vary by course. Visit the course search to see individual tuition charges for the course you are interested in taking.
Yes, as long as you meet the prerequisites for that class.
Yes. All students admitted to the university in a degree program may apply for student financial aid. The Office of Student Financial Assistance (SFA) can guide you through the different types of financial aid available such as scholarships, grants, loans, and even employment opportunities. For additional information, visit the SFA office at 104 Fairchild Hall, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 785-532-6420 or toll free at 877-817-2287.
Yes, visit the Financial Assistance and Scholarships webpage to read more and apply.
K-State will accept transfer credits from other accredited institutions. The Office of Admissions determines which credits will transfer from previous course work.
Yes, Kansas State University is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, Chicago, Illinois. The standards are reviewed and accreditation is renewed every ten years.
Most students take one or two courses per term, depending on time availability. Eight-week courses are more intense due to the condensed/accelerated schedule.
The course schedule varies from term to term. It is best to work with your advisor when planning your course sequence.
The fee is a one-time, nonrefundable payment of $40 for U.S. applicants, and $80 for international applicants. If you discontinue course work, you may need to reapply for admission (but you won't need to pay the application fee again). View the application for admission.
It depends on the time it takes for other schools to send your transcripts after your application form and application fee are received, up to an additional three to four weeks. If you have applied for admission and have not heard back, please contact our main office.
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The K-State Office of Admissions will mail you a letter letting you know that you have been admitted. You can also check your KSIS account, if you have established a K-State eID.
Kansas State University is committed to making courses accessible to all students. A student with a disability requiring a special accommodation should contact the Student Access Center at 785-532-6441 at least three weeks prior to the beginning of the course. At any time after that, K-State will make every effort to provide assistance, but cannot guarantee that requested services will be available.
Students will be billed for their tuition and fees through KSIS. View payment information.
Yes. K-State offers TIPP, a Tuition Installment Payment Plan.
Evening College courses are offered in eight- and 16-week schedules. The majority of classes meet two nights a week from 5:30–7:55 p.m. or 8:05–10:30 p.m. Intersession courses are generally three weeks long either online or on campus. Online courses are offered in eight- and 16-week schedules.
The Application for Admission deadline is generally five days prior to the start of the term. You are strongly encouraged to apply as early as possible so that you may start courses on time. Late receipt of transcripts will delay the review and analysis of your application.
K-State grants credit for your MOS and other military credits.
No, they do not expire. Be sure to send your transcripts for analysis.
Yes, call Lafene at 785-532-6544 to have the fee waived.
Yes, you need to be admitted to the university in order to use your tuition assistance benefit.
After 5 p.m. and before 7 a.m. Monday through Friday, permits are not required to park in "O, W, T, or Z" lots. Residence hall lots and Jardine lots are patrolled 24 hours a day, 7 days a week during the school year, as well as fire lanes and disabled access stalls. Reserved stall signs state their hours of enforcement, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday or 24 hours.
Yes, your campus privilege fee pays for using the recreation complex, the Natatorium pool, etc.