Tuition and fees for in-person and hybrid classes at Kansas State University will remain flat for the 2020 fall semester.
This includes the campus privilege fee and academic infrastructure fees, which are charged to students taking in-person and hybrid courses, as well as specific college fees.
Tuition for online classes will have a reduced rate this coming semester at $70 per credit hour. This is down from $123.79 per credit hour for K-State Global Campus undergraduate students, $148.70 per credit hour for K-State Global Campus graduate students, $143.75 per credit hour for K-State Polytechnic online undergraduate students and $153.40 per credit hour for K-State Polytechnic online graduate students.
If K-State ends up switching to a remote-teaching format and residence halls close, students will receive prorated refunds from Housing and Dining Services and Parking Services.
K-State will not, however, grant tuition and fee refunds for in-person and hybrid classes if classes and operations switch to a remote format.
Dorms will remain available for students meeting certain criteria.