Effective immediately, masks and social distancing are no longer required for students, faculty, staff or visitors.
With many travel restrictions and other COVID-19 precautions starting to expire, students are taking advantage of a semi-ordinary summer.
Steven Parker, freshman in supply chain management, does not know what a typical finals week looks like on campus, and he's not alone. Most freshmen, along with many transfer students, haven't experienced in-person finals since starting at K-State.
As K-State moves through phases of the university reopening plan, students and faculty voice their pandemic struggles and what they look forward to in the fall.
The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted many students' plans last summer by forcing employers to cancel, postpone or move student internships and jobs.
For the week of April 18, the positivity rate was 3.2 percent. Of the 1,028 tests performed, 33 were positive.
The shockwaves of the pandemic altered the graduate experience for both incoming graduate students and those already here at K-State.
In this morning’s podcast, see what the end of the countywide mask mandate means for you, find out about a challenge to get out outdoors and explore and more.