Diversity and Multicultural
K-State Polytechnic is committed to promoting diversity in every sector of the college, including campus functions, the student body, faculty/staff and the curriculum.
We are committed to providing equal access and opportunity to all campus programs and services for students with disabilities. Through collaboration and support of the entire campus community, the Diversity Coordinator promotes disability pride, self-determination of the student, and universally accessible design principles, so that everyone has full access to university life.
The Office of International Programs was established in 1991 to strengthen communication and coordination among K-State's many international programs, to achieve identified strategic planning goals for the university's further internationalization, and to provide a focal point for external contacts and agreements.
Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus is home to about 140 military students in higher education. It's easy to see why when you look at the ways we help soldiers, veterans and their families feel at home. Military-connected students have been a cornerstone of our campus for years. The Polytechnic campus is recognized nationally year after year for its military inclusiveness.