- Dedicated Academic Advisor: Meet one-on-one with a coach to help you reach your academic goals.
- Student Access Center: Arrange for the academic and accessible accommodations you need.
- Testing: Online exams and free online proctoring are available.
- Technology Services: Easy-to-use platforms and services ensure you have access to valuable information.
- Career/Personal Resources: A variety of resources help you feel supported outside the classroom.
- Support and Resources: Students receive the same support and resources as on-campus students.
Paying for School
- Tuition and Fees: Determine your tuition using the Tuition and Fee Calculator.
- Scholarships: Scholarships specifically for online students earning undergraduate or graduate degrees are available.
- Financial Aid: See if you’re eligible to receive federal, military or employer financial aid.
- Payment Process: Convenient billing and payment options are available, including the Tuition Installment Payment Plan (TIPP).
- Application Fee Waiver: In some cases, application fees may be waived.
- Priority Course Enrollment: Priority registration is given to military-affiliated students and families who submit appropriate documentation.
- Military Tuition Assistance: Scholarships and other tuition assistance are offered to qualified members of the armed forces.
- Military Student Services Coordinator: Crucial support services are provided for military-connected students by a dedicated team.
- Military Occupation Pathways: Credit may be received for certain occupation fields and training.
- MyCAA Scholarships: This program provides tuition assistance to eligible miliary spouses.
K-State has been a blessing. The flexibility of K-State Online really allowed me to fulfill my goal. Everything I studied online lent itself to what I was physically doing with the students in the field in the community. It really developed my ability to serve more youth.
Amanda Frey, ‘17 Family and Community Services Master’s
To have a support system of teachers and advisors who are willing to reach out, whose goal is to see you graduate — that’s a big deal. You’re able to personalize your schedule around daily life. You choose your pace to balance work, life and school.
Martha Hunt, ‘19 Food Science Master’s