WorldWide Wildcats Weekly Email
September 11, 2017
Today, September 11, is the last day to drop a regular session (aka full semester) class for a 100% refund. Just to make things interesting, non-standard (aka short) courses have their own unique drop/refund dates and follow these deadlines. Dropping all of your classes requires you to contact your academic dean's office. Graduate students should email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Need help on a paper? Make an appointment to learn writing strategies and get feedback through online consultations with experienced writing tutors. Remember: "I" before "E," except after "C." They're at the coffee shop over there to get their caffeine fix. A, E, I, O, U and sometimes Y. There's no "I" in team. Keep your eye on the ball, slugger. Wait...what were we talking about?
Our thoughts are with our students in the path of Hurricane Irma as well as those experiencing the wildfires in Montana. K-State Global Campus is here to offer support to students who understandably may need assistance with academic challenges during this time. Please contact us.
The university released this statement following the recent announcement regarding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, policy. Affected students with questions should contact the Office of Student Life.
The Wildcat Card is the official K-State identification card. It bears the holder's name, Wildcat ID (WID) number, photo and signature. Due to K-State ID Center policies, we are unable to offer ID cards to Global Campus students via postal mail, so make sure to stop at the ID Center if you are able to visit the Manhattan campus or Polytechnic campus in Salina. Students in the Kansas City area have a chance to get their ID card during a one-day event at K-State Olathe on Tuesday, September 12. Stop by the Cat's Pause room (#225) any time between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m to get your card. Proof of identity (state-issued driver's license, state-issued ID card, military ID or passport) is required. New cards are $18 and replacement cards are $20. The cost will be applied to your KSIS account.
The Academic Achievement Center provides online tutoring via Zoom for undergraduate Global Campus students who are enrolled in K-State courses. Zoom is like Skype and we heart it for keeping in touch with students all over the globe. Complete the Online Tutor Request Form.