WorldWide Wildcats Weekly Email
July 28, 2020
Final grades for summer coursework will be available Saturday, Aug. 22. Due to varying end dates in the summer, some may be available before then. Learn how to check your final grades.
Graduates have access to K-State email as long as they continue to change their password every 180 days. Check out the other IT resources you will retain and lose access to once you leave K-State.
Good news, looking ahead! There are no tuition increases for the 2020-2021 academic year and online fees will be reduced for the 2020-2021 academic year. A single online fee of $70 per credit hour will be charged for all online courses, which uses the model that was adopted for summer 2020 courses. Check out the Fiscal Year 2021 K-State Comprehensive Tuition and Fees Schedule for details.
August intersession begins Aug. 3 and will run through Aug. 21. Intersession is a time between university semesters when students can concentrate on one class in a shorter, accelerated period of time. Whether you want to balance your schedule, work ahead on your degree or take a fun elective, intersession has something for everyone.
The online bachelor’s in mass communications provides students the skills needed to succeed in today’s new media environment with an emphasis on communicating across media platforms. There are two sequences to choose from. The journalism sequence includes coursework in broadcast, print, online writing, editing, and digital and social media. The strategic communications sequence focuses on advertising, public relations, social media, strategic planning and content development. Comm check it out.