Personal Resources

Personal Resources

Life doesn’t stop when you’re a student. K-State offers a variety of resources to help you feel supported and successful even outside the online classroom.

Student Life
The Office of Student Life advises, supports and advocates for students. If you experience a medical emergency, financial concern or other personal issue, Student Life can help.

Counseling Services
Counseling Services offers a variety of online programs and resources for distance students. These resources cover a wide range of topics and are available for free. We do not provide online or telephone therapy services.

International Student and Scholar Services
The International Student and Scholar Services office (ISSS) provides essential immigration services for the more than 2,200 international students and scholars from more than 100 countries who are involved in educational programs or research at K-State.

LGBT Resource Center
The LGBT Resource Center at K-State is dedicated to helping the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) students, staff, faculty and allied members of our campus and surrounding communities to be more secure, educated and productive in their personal and professional surroundings.

C.A.R.E. Office
The Center for Advocacy, Response, and Education provides free, confidential advocacy for students who are survivors of sexual violence, dating violence, stalking and sexual harassment.

Powercat Financial
Powercat Financial provides free personal financial counseling to all K-State students. Request an appointment or check out numerous resources on their website.

Military and Families
K-State has multiple resources for military-connected students, including flexible degree options and a designated military services coordinator that can assist you with tuition assistance benefits and more.

Non-traditional and Veteran Student Services
The Non-traditional and Veteran Student Services office provides advocacy, information and referrals to a variety of student populations, including military-connected students and those beginning or continuing a degree later in life.