Kansas State University Global Campus
Karen Pedersen, Dean of K-State Global Campus
Duane Dunn, Associate Dean of K-State Global Campus
Long V. Huynh, Associate Dean of K-State Global Campus
Harry E. Williamson, Director, Administration and Finance
Jeff Wolfe, Director, Conferences and Noncredit Programs
Kathy Burkholder, Director, Information Systems
George Widenor, Director, Marketing and Communication Services
Pamela Erickson, Director, Student and Faculty Services
Linda Teener, Director, UFM Community Learning Center
Global Campus Building, 1615 Anderson Avenue
785-532-5575 or 1-800-662-2578
K-State Global Campus works with K-State’s faculty to deliver quality learning resources to learners throughout Kansas, the nation, and the world through online courses, conferences, professional development, and other learning experiences. Location, once a major obstacle for those seeking educational opportunities, is being overcome through effective use of technology and services to distance students.
K-State Global Campus has a trained staff to help students who have encountered obstacles to traditional college attendance, such as barriers created by distance, employment, physical handicap, or family responsibilities.
Degrees offered online
K-State’s stand-alone minors are available to students working toward a bachelor’s degree at any accredited institution, or to those who have already completed a bachelor’s degree.
Concurrent minors are available to students currently enrolled in an on-campus or online bachelor’s degree program at Kansas State University. Students should contact their K-State advisor to add one of the following concurrent minors to their undergraduate degree program.
Certificates, endorsements, specialty programs, and teacher licensure
For information about noncredit programs visit the K-State Professional Development site.
Intersession is conducted during the following three-week breaks in the academic calendar: late December to mid-January, late May to mid-June, and late July to mid-August. Annually, many existing and new or experimental credit courses are offered in intersession, providing students with an opportunity to examine academic areas not scheduled in their current curricula and faculty members with a means to experiment with new ideas and formats for teaching. On-campus, study away, and online or distance classes are offered during intersession. Students are encouraged to consult with their advisors to determine if a particular intersession class will fulfill specific degree requirements. Intersession course information can be found online at global.k-state.edu/intersession/.
K-State Evening College courses are offered on the K-State campus in Manhattan in eight-week, 12-week, and 16-week schedules between 5:30 and 10:30 p.m. For complete Evening College information visit global.k-state.edu/courses/eveningcollege/.
UFM Community Learning Center
UFM Community Learning Center provides credit and noncredit educational opportunities for Kansas State University, the Manhattan area and communities across Kansas. More than 800 classes are available each year, with topics ranging from recreation, test preparation, health and wellness, recreation and fitness, living green, cooking and more. Many recreational classes are offered for K-State credit. UFM also sponsors the Lou Douglas Lecture Series on Public Issues, hosts the Manhattan Community Garden, coordinates a teen mentoring program and hosts Project EXCELL. For additional information about UFM and its programs and activities visit www.tryufm.org or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.