Graduate Student Success
Whether you are pursuing a higher degree or just interested in taking a graduate course, a graduate program through the College of Education is the best place to further your education. We offer several master's and doctoral degree opportunities, each with the reputation as being awarded by one of the top colleges in the country. Our courses are taught by diverse faculty and staff, with expertise and experience that will help you discover whatever it is you want to learn.
Enrolling in Classes
- Enrollment for on-campus K-State courses is done through KSIS.
- Enrollment for online classes is done through K-State Online.
Tuition and Fees Payment
See the Cashiers and Student Accounts website for tuition and fee schedules. Payment is not required at time of enrollment. Tuition billing information is sent electronically and is accessible through KSIS.
Graduate Assistantships are available on a competitive basis to candidates who are admitted to one of the graduate programs in the College of Education.
Scholarships and Financial Assistance
Contact the Office of Student Financial Assistance for information about the financial aid process, student loans, scholarships, grants, employment, veteran's benefits and tuition deferments.
Education Scholarships are available for graduate students in education.
Questions about graduate student scholarships or the application process should be directed to Pam Monroe at firstname.lastname@example.org or 785-532-5526.
The K-State Math Teacher Scholarship Program has scholarships available for graduate students interested in becoming math teachers.
Graduate students in the College of Education have three primary sources of funding for travel to conferences.
Kansas State University offers licensing/endorsement programs for Teaching, School Specialist, and School Leadership.
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Nondegree-Seeking Graduate Studies
To take a graduate course, a student must be admitted into a degree program or be admitted as a nondegree-seeking student. A nondegree-seeking student is a person who wants to take one or more credits but does not want to seek completion of a degree program.
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