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    K-State Undergraduate Catalog 2000-2002

    About the Catalog
    About the University
    Glossary and Abbreviations
    Academic Advising
    Tuition and Fees
    All-University Regulations
    Student Financial Assistance
    Services for Students
    dAcademic Assistance Center
    dAcademic and Career Information Center
    dAdult Student Services
    dAlcohol and Other Drug Education Service
    dCareer and Employment Services
    dCooperative Houses
    dDisabled Student Services
    dEducational Supportive Services
    dGreek Affairs
    dHousing and Dining Services
    dInternational Student Center
    dK-State Student Union
    dLafene Health Center
    dMulticultural Programs and Services
    dNew Student Services
    dOff-Campus Housing
    dOffice of Student Life
    dRecreational Services
    dReligious Affairs
    dStudent Activities and Services
    dStudent Government
    dUniversity Counseling Services
    dUpward Bound
    dWomen's Center
    Auxiliary Services and Facilities
    International Programs
    Secondary Majors
    Architecture, Planning, and Design
    Arts and Sciences
    Business Administration
    Human Ecology
    Technology and Aviation
    Veterinary Medicine
    Graduate School
    Intercollegiate Athletics
    K-State Research and Extension
    University Faculty

    Housing and Dining Services

    Charles Werring, Director
    104 Pittman Building
    1-888-568-5027 (toll free)

    The university encourages all new K-State students to live in an organized living group, such as a residence hall. Living in a residential community helps provide students with a sense of belonging and an avenue for getting involved. Research indicates that academic achievement is enhanced by involvement. Students who choose a community-based living group are provided many varied opportunities for interaction with other students and university staff. Furthermore, the opportunity to participate in organized social, athletic, and educational events is highly rated as a catalyst for career success.

    K-State provides on-campus residence hall living for approximately 3,800 students, and 510 apartments for student families, nontraditional, single graduate and upperclass undergraduate students.

    Residence halls
    K-State residence halls have a rich tradition of providing a living and learning environment that encourages personal growth and academic success.

    A number of lifestyle options exist, including academic cluster areas and intensive study/ quiet floors. Additional information on these options is available on request. Staff members work diligently to meet the needs of all students.

    An academic-year housing and dining services contract is issued to the student following the receipt of a residence hall application and $25 nonrefundable application fee for fall enrollees and $12.50 for those entering in the spring.

    The cost of the contract is set on an annual basis. Students may select a full-semester or a monthly payment plan.

    Smurthwaite Leadership/ Scholarship House
    The Smurthwaite Leadership/Scholarship House is a special leadership and personal development program for women who would like to become active in leadership positions in student government, academic organizations, and cocurricular organizations.

    Assignment to Smurthwaite Leadership/ Scholarship House is made through a special application process. Because space is limited and assignment is not guaranteed, it is best also to go through the regular residence hall application and contract process.

    Academic initiatives
    Residence halls offer individualized academic support to residents through trained staff, programming, and faculty involvement. Computer labs, study rooms, two academic resource centers, and a calendar of tutorial sessions make the residence halls a great environment for learning and academic success.

    Leadership and involvement opportunities
    Hall Governing Boards (HGB) and floor governments plan and implement educational and cultural programs, intramural events, community service projects, and more. The Judicial Boards provide an opportunity for students to address one another regarding policy violations that impact the community. The Kansas State University Association of Residence Halls (KSUARH) works closely with hall representatives to develop and implement policies that promote respect and acceptance of all students in the residence halls.

    Jardine Apartment Complex
    Student families, nontraditional, single graduate and upperclass undergraduate students have access to one- and two-bedroom apartments at Jardine, both furnished and unfurnished. These apartments are adjacent to the campus. Affordable laundry facilities are available.

    The rental includes gas, water, and trash. A deposit equivalent to one month's rent is required. Assignments are made on a first-come, first-serve basis, and early application is recommended. Students residing in Jardine Apartments use a residents' council form of government to regulate community life.

    Apartments are partially accessible for people with disabilities. Housing and Dining Services is pleased to work with students and family members to accommodate special needs.

    Topics within Services for Students:
    dAcademic Assistance Center dGreek Affairs dOffice of Student Life
    dAcademic and Career Information Center dHousing and Dining Services dRecreational Services
    dAdult Student Services dInternational Student Center dReligious Affairs
    dAlcohol and Other Drug Education Service dK-State Student Union dStudent Activities and Services
    dCareer and Employment Services dLafene Health Center dStudent Government
    dCooperative Houses dMulticultural Programs and Services dUniversity Counseling Services
    dDisabled Student Services dNew Student Services dUpward Bound
    dEducational Supportive Services dOff-Campus Housing dWomen's Center
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    Kansas State University
    November 10, 2000