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Engineering Hall

Facility Expansion

Engineering Hall has created approximately 108,000-square feet of instructional, research and office space in the heart of the university’s engineering campus. The project has consolidated functions currently dispersed over multiple locations, to create a flexible environment to inspire and support interdisciplinary learning and collaboration.
It is also housing the departments of Computing and Information Sciences and Electrical and Computer Engineering. The front doors of Rathbone Hall now open to a reception center, a 250-seat, state-of-the-art auditorium and a conference room to meet the needs of students, faculty and alumni.

Now is the time to invest in the future of K-State Engineering! To secure space, please contact the College of Engineering development team today.

"Higher education is a team sport. Our new building will fuel collaboration among students, faculty and industry and help to define and differentiate KSU engineering."

— Sue Barsamian ’81, EE

"If you’re going to attract qualified faculty and students to increase the level of research, I think having a nice facility helps that."

— Thayne Kraus ’56, ME

"I look at what I got out of K-State and it’s unbelievable. Talk about a return on your investment. I wanted to give back to something that had such an impact on me."

— James Stonehocker ’77, IE