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WorldWide Wildcats Weekly Email

December 4, 2018

Virtual Commencement

Commencement ceremonies will be held Dec. 7 and 8 in Manhattan, Kansas (or in Salina, Kansas, if you're a K-State Polytechnic graduate), and will recognize graduates from the fall 2018 semester. Although we hope our distance students will join us on campus, many will not be able to do so. As a way to honor and celebrate their accomplishment, K-State Global Campus offers this Virtual Commencement website. University faculty and staff, family and friends can post their congratulations through a virtual reception message board. Post or read congratulatory messages here.

The End Is Near

Keep calm — you're almost there. The fall 2018 semester officially ends on Friday, Dec. 14 with final exams occurring and major projects due over the course of the next two weeks. Best of luck finishing up your semester. You've got this. We understand if several coffee plants were harmed in the process.

Career Center

The K-State Career Center provides training resources, career advising and employment connections to prepare you for the workforce. Also known as #adulting. Sign in to your Handshake account to make an appointment to receive one-on-one career advising, research companies and employers, search for jobs and more.

Enroll In Intersession

January intersession is set to take place Dec. 31, 2018-Jan. 18, 2019. Intersession is a time between university semesters when students can concentrate on one class in a shorter, accelerated period of time. Courses are offered on campus, off campus through field trips and study abroad opportunities and online. Browse and enroll in upcoming intersession classes. (Tip: January intersession classes are part of the spring 2019 semester.)

How'd We Do?

Askin' for a friend. This weekly WorldWide Wildcats email is our way of keeping online students informed and connected. We just wanted to check in to see if it's been as good for you as it's been for us. We'd really appreciate your feedback so we can keep improving. Take our 30-second survey.