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Admission / Orientation / Advisement / Enrollment for New & Readmitted Students

 

Fall 2002 Semester

Undergraduate Student

A. New Freshmen

1. If you are a new student enrolling for the first time on the KSU campus, you must be admitted by the Office of Admissions and advised by an academic advisor prior to enrolling.
2. APPLICATION DEADLINE: Applications must be received in the Office of Admissions no later than five working days prior to the beginning of the semester.
3. When you are admitted, you will receive information about academic advising and enrollment options:
June Orientation and Enrollment (by reservation only)
August Orientation and Enrollment
August 23, 2002
4. Questions: Contact the Office of Admissions -785-532-6250.

B. New Transfer Student

1. If you are a new transfer student enrolling for the first time on the KSU campus, you must be admitted by the Office of Admissions and advised by an academic advisor prior to enrolling.
2. APPLICATION DEADLINE: Applications must be received in the Office of Admissions no later than five working days prior to enrollment.
3. When you are admitted, you will receive
information about academic advising and enrollment options:

April Enrollment (by invitation only)
June Orientation and Enrollment
(by reservation only)
August Orientation and Enrollment
August 22, 2002
4. Questions: Contact the Office of Admissions - 785-532-6250.

C. Readmitted Student

If you did not attend KSU Spring 2002 Semester, or if you have graduated from KSU, you must be readmitted by the Office of Admissions and be advised by an academic advisor prior to enrolling.
1. APPLICATION DEADLINE: Your readmission application must be received in the Office of Admissions no later than five working days prior to the beginning of the semester. You will receive advising/enrollment information when you are readmitted. Readmitted students enroll with continuous students according to the Enrollment Time Chart (page 11). Questions: Contact the Office of Admissions-785-532-6250.

I. Graduate Student

A. New Graduate Student
1. If you are a new graduate student enrolling for the first time on campus, you must be admitted through the appropriate academic department prior to enrolling.
2. Questions: Contact the appropriate departmental office.

D. Readmitted Graduate Student

1. If you did not attend KSU Summer 2002 or Spring 2002 Semester, then you must be readmitted to KSU.
2. Contact the Graduate School Office 785-532-6191 or, in the United States, 1-800-651-1816.


Summer 2002 Semester

I. Undergraduate Student

A. New Student (Freshmen and Transfer)

1. If you are a new student enrolling for the first time on campus, you must be admitted by the Office of Admissions and advised by an academic advisor prior to enrolling.
2. Your application must be received in the Office of Admissions at least five working days prior to the beginning of the semester.
3. You will receive advising/enrollment information when you are admitted.
4. Questions: Contact the Office of Admissions-785-532-6250.


B. Readmitted Student

1. If you did not attend KSU Summer 2001 or Spring 2002 Semester or if you have graduated from KSU, you must be readmitted by the Office of Admissions and advised by an academic advisor prior to enrolling.
2. Your readmission application must be received at least five working days prior to the beginning of the semester.
3. You will receive advising/enrollment information when you are readmitted. Readmitted students enroll with continuous students according to the Enrollment Time Chart (page 11).
5. Questions: Contact the Office of Admissions
785-532-6250.


II. Graduate Student

A. New Graduate Student

1. If you are a new graduate student enrolling for the first time on campus, you must be admitted through the appropriate academic department prior to enrolling.
2. Questions: Contact the appropriate departmental office.

B. Readmitted Graduate Student

1. If you did not attend KSU Summer 2001 or Spring 2002 Semester, then you must be readmitted prior to enrolling.
2. Contact the Graduate School Office 785-532-6191 or, in the United States, 1-800-651-1816.


Continuous Students Advisement / Enrollment


I. Advisement

A. University Advising Plan

1. Students are required to visit with an advisor and get an advisor's signature. Advisors can give an electronic signature via KATS or sign the enrollment worksheet.
2. As approved by the dean and the Provost, the following students are NOT required to get an advisor's signature prior to initial enrollment.

COLLEGE STUDENT CLASSIFICATION

Graduate All except 21 curriculums,
Contact your department
Veterinary Medicine All students

B. Access to Course Schedule Booklet

1. Via the WWW February 28 at url http://
courses.ksu.edu/fall2002/booklet
for both Fall and Summer 2002 Semesters.
2. Hard copy available March 18 in K-State Union Bookstore.

C. Acquiring Appropriate Support Documentation and/or Signatures

1. Complete the Enrollment Worksheet.
2. Obtain any required special permission signatures for closed or permission courses; instructors can give an electronic permission via KATS or sign a course section permit form for closed/permission courses.
Note: Some courses are offered in multi-section combinations only (i.e. PHYS 113). For these courses, sign up for all sections such as
quizzes, labs, recitations, etc. which are listed in the Course Schedule Booklet.


II. Enrollment

A. KATS WWW

1. Assigned time (see Enrollment Time Chart, page 11).
2. url of http://kats.ksu.edu/
3. Know your student ID number and KATS PIN.

B. KATS Phone-In

1. Assigned time (see Enrollment Time Chart, page 11).
2. Telephone number of 1-785-395-1200.
3. Know your student ID number and KATS PIN.

C. Walk-Through

1. Assigned time (see Enrollment Time Chart, page 11).
2. Enrollment Services, 217 Willard Hall, 8:15am-11:45am, 1:00pm-4:45pm.


D. Late

A $50.00 late enrollment fee is assessed for enrolling after the semester begins. See page 9 (Fall) or page 10 (Summer) for payment information.

E. Course Cancellation

The University reserves the right to cancel any course for justifiable reasons.


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