Regional and National Partnerships
Partnerships in Kansas and throughout the U.S. have helped extend Kansas State University's reach to students in all 50 states.
Transfer Pathways, a tool that provides streamlined curriculum guides, are designed to help you stay on track to your educational goals, even when geographic restrictions exist. You can complete an associate degree on campus or online through your local community or technical college and then complete an entirely online bachelor's degree through K-State.
Barton Community College/K-State Partnership
K-State at Barton is a partnership that provides a link between Barton Community College, the students and the community with Kansas State University. An Affiliate Site Manager is available on the Barton campus to provide assistance for the students transferring to K-State both on campus and through online degree programs
Center for Legal Studies
The Kansas State University Global Campus has teamed up with the Center for Legal Studies to offer noncredit legal programs. The Center for Legal Studies, one of America's most respected legal education training centers in the country, has been offering legal programs that enhance an individual's professional expertise in a variety of legal areas.
EDUKAN is an online consortium of community colleges and includes online tutoring, online associate degrees, and information on each of its partner colleges and universities.
Kansas State University has been providing educational opportunities for military and their families for more than 60 years. K-State is a service member opportunity college.
The Individual Development Educational Assessment (IDEA) Education is based in Manhattan, Kan. The center concentrates on evaluating teaching through student evaluations and is of particular interest to university faculty, department chairs, deans, administrators, researchers and on-campus coordinators. The Kansas State University Global Campus partners with IDEA Education to offer the annual Academic Chairpersons Conference, an event that brings together chairpersons, administrators and faculty from all areas of higher education.
Kansas Board of Regents
The Kansas Board of Regents governs six state universities and supervises and coordinates 19 community colleges, five technical colleges, six technical schools and a municipal university. Learn more about the educational institutions as well as the state standards.
Kansas State Polytechnic Professional Education and Outreach
The department of Professional Education and Outreach at Kansas State Polytechnic supports online education, provides conference planning services, engages industry, and offers K-12 programs.
K-State Alumni Association
K-State alumni can stay connected about university activities, programs, athletics and more. Join the Alumni Association.
K-State Food Science Institute
The K-State Food Science Institute works closely with K-State Global Campus to offer distance education credit programs and noncredit opportunities to the food industry. K-State's food science programs are accredited by the Institute of Food Technologists, a nonprofit scientific society with 22,000 members working in the food science, food technology and related professions in industry, academia and government.
UFM Community Learning Center
UFM Community Learning Center offers creative learning opportunities, lectures, outreach and community programs for personal development and lifelong learning.
University of Kansas
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute is offered through the University of Kansas and the UFM Community Learning Center in Manhattan, Kan. The program creates accessible and innovative learning environments throughout Kansas and the Greater Kansas City area, with special focus on participants age 50 and over.