The article notes that K-State is one of the first land-grant colleges in the nation and offers more than 250 majors and options through its nine colleges. The article also mentioned their nationally recognized programs like K-State Proud.
“With campuses in Manhattan, Olathe and the polytechnic campus in Salina, as well as K-State Global Campus for distance education, K-State leads the way in Kansas by providing options in higher education that fit the needs of any student,” said Pat Bosco, vice president for student life and dean of students.
Bosco noted that spring and summer 2016 saw the opening of Engineering Hall, the newest addition to the university’s engineering complex, and the Berney Family Welcome Center, home to New Student Services and Career Center. Opening this fall will be the new College of Business Administration building. Among major projects set to open in 2017 renovations and expansions for the K-State Student Union and Seaton Hall.