History: Founded in 1863, K-State was one of America’s first land-grant colleges. The university is now working to become a top 50 public research university by 2025.
Campuses: K-State has three campuses: the main Manhattan campus, K-State Salina and K-State Olathe for graduate students.
Colleges: K-State has nine colleges: arts and sciences;engineering;business administration;education;agriculture;human ecology;architecture, planning and design;technology and aviation (K-State Salina); and veterinary medicine.
Graduate study:The Graduate School offers 65 master’s degrees, 45 doctoral degrees and 22 graduate certificates in multiple disciplines across campus.
Students: K-State has more than 24,300 students from all 50 states and more than 90 countries.
Jo Adetunji, The Conversation and Andrew Naughtie, The Conversation
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