WorldWide Wildcats Weekly Email
June 2, 2020
Yes, you actually have to apply to graduate. For some reason, universities require students to apply to get in and apply to get out. So if you're in your last semester, be sure to apply for summer graduation. Undergraduate students: direct any questions about graduation to your academic advisor. Graduate students: view the graduation and commencement deadline calendar and contact the K-State Graduate School at email@example.com with any questions.
If you're enrolled in your first K-State Online class, you might be wondering what this WorldWide Wildcats thing is all about. It's an e-newsletter of sorts, featuring a variety of topics specific to online students. We believe you should give it a look because it includes timely information such as enrollment dates and scholarship deadlines, as well as reminders about academic resources available to online students. We love our Wildcats, near and far. This is our way of keeping you in the loop.
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If you're like us, sometimes you find yourself staring at a blank computer screen, unsure where to even start on that next big project. You feel overwhelmed and you just know it's never going to be perfect. Well, we're here to tell you that perfection is overrated! Let go of the idea of perfection, and you'll find that the work will flow much easier. Because in the end, done is better than perfect.