Campus Profile: Kansas State University
Kansas State University is a public university in Kansas. Around 16,200 undergraduate students are enrolled at the university.
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Kansas State University is a public university in Manhattan, Kansas. Around 16,200 undergraduate students are enrolled at the university.
Official Political Student Organizations:
Turning Point USA at Kansas State University
Cats for Life/Students for the Right to Life
Go Off Sis!
Latinx Veterinary Medical Association at Kansas State University (CVM)
Black Student Union
Sexuality and Gender Alliance
oSTEM @ K-State
FEC Data on Kansas State University Political Donations:
According to Campus Reform’s analysis of Federal Election Commission (FEC) data, Kansas State University employee political donations contributed 85.20% to Democratic candidates, while 14.80% went to Republican candidates during the 2020 cycle.
Foundation for Individual Rights in Education Rating:
Kansas State University has been given a green light speech code. According to FIRE, this is due to “Green light institutions are those colleges and universities whose policies nominally protect free speech.”
Kansas State University is NOT requiring a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for students or employees.
Campus Reform stories about the Kansas State University:
Kansas State University announced in April that tuition for the 2020-21 school year would not increase.
However, the school will charge students extra fees for online learning and campus benefits.
Students are petitioning for these fees to be adjusted.
A Kansas State University professor called Republicans a "death cult" in a recent tweet.
He asked why there isn't an app to track Republicans, who he called "plague spreaders."
The professor's tweets were in the context of allowing faithful Americans to attend religious services during the coronavirus crisis.
The Department of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies at Kansas State University is seeking a new Department Head, offering a salary of up to $140,000, plus benefits.
According to a recent job posting, the new Department Head will teach two classes per year and oversee the department’s other course offerings which include classes such as “Gender and Sex in Sci-Fi," “Black Sexualities," “Food Justice."