WorldWide Wildcats Weekly Email
September 4, 2018
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 fall graduation. Undergraduate students: direct any questions about graduation to your academic advisor. Graduate students: view the graduation and commencement deadline calendar (PDF) and contact the K-State Graduate School at 785-532-6191 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Monday, Sept. 10, is the last day to drop a regular session (aka full semester) class for a 100 percent 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 email@example.com.
As part of K-State's comprehensive and proactive approach to encourage students to stay safe and healthy, K-State requires all students to complete the annual web-based Alcohol and Sexual Assault Prevention (ASAP) program. Look for an email from Campus Clarity with details on how to access the program and the deadline for completion. You'll want to complete ASAP, ASAP.
K-State will never ask for a password via email. If you receive an email asking for your password, delete it immediately. Monitor the status of K-State IT resources and be aware of current phishing scams. Phishing scams aren't just from Nigerian princes anymore. They can also come from the university president. #sneaky
K-State Global Campus is hiring for three positions, including associate dean for academic incubation and innovation, digital and social marketing specialist and aquatics program assistant. You or someone you know can learn more on our website.