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Global Campus

K-State Global Campus
1615 Anderson Avenue
Manhattan, KS 66502

1-800-622-2578 (toll free)

Office Hours:

Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m. CST

Getting Started

How to Apply

1. Complete an online application form.

If you are applying to a Bachelor's Degree Completion Program, fill out the online application form on the program's webpage. View bachelor's programs.

2. Pay the $40 application fee for U.S. applicants or the $80 application fee for international applicants.

If you have previously attended Kansas State University, you will not have to pay the application fee again. Make sure to select the term in which you plan to take classes.

3. Request your transcripts from other institutions.

If you have received academic credit from other institutions, request that those institutions send your official transcripts to the Kansas State University Office of Admissions (see contact information below). Your application will not be processed until all transcripts from the institutions you have identified have been received and processed.

Office of Admissions
Kansas State University
119 Anderson Hall
Manhattan KS, 66506-0102
Phone: 800-432-8270 (toll free) or 785-532-6250
Fax: 785-532-6393
Email: k-state@k-state.edu

4. Check that you have met ALL requirements.

After you have submitted your application for admission, you will want to correspond with the Kansas State University Office of Admissions until your application is accepted and you are admitted. It generally takes four to six weeks for an application to be evaluated once all materials have been received.

Admission into Your Program

You must be admitted for the fall term by August 1, spring term by January 1, and summer term by May 1. This means all transcripts, application fees and any other requirements must be completed by these dates. (This timeline varies for programs in the College of Human Ecology.)

Once you are admitted, you should meet (in person or virtually) with your advisor to discuss your degree, your schedule and courses you need to take.