COVID-19

COVID-19 learning leads students to consider semester, year extensions

The hindrance the pandemic put on students' college experience has some students looking to add on semesters before graduating.

Updated vaccine mandate for Student Union, Athletics Department

The Kansas State Athletics Department and Student Union now fall under President Joe Biden's executive order requiring all employees to be fully vaccinated by Jan. 4, 2022

Executive order requires K-State employees to be fully vaccinated by December

Because K-State receives federal funding, President Joe Biden's executive order requiring all federal employees to be fully vaccinated by Dec. 8 applies to K-State employees.

Vaccine mandate announced for K-State staff, faculty, student workers

Kansas State announced it will comply with the federal COVID-19 vaccine requirement issued by President Joe Biden earlier in September.

International students provide global perspective into COVID-19 pandemic

Gradually, international students are returning to campus and learning how to handle in-person classes in the "new normal" brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Lafene offers COVID-19 vaccinated students opportunities to win prizes

Lafene Health Center not only offers vaccinations to students, but prizes for those who get them.

Study abroad program reflects on challenges, looks to rebound from pandemic shutdowns

The education abroad program at Kansas State came to a halt in March 2020. Since then, there has been a careful planning process to ensure the safe return of international learning.

Students excited for in-person experiences, campus communities

Students share what they are most excited for this semester as classes and activities return to in-person format.

Mask mandate returns to all K-State campuses

Following the CDC's recommendation that vaccinated individuals resume mask-wearing in public indoor spaces, K-State announced that all campuses will require face masks starting Aug. 3.
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