- BNSF Outreach
- Bioengineering, Biomedical, Environmental, and Health Care Engineering
Retention, Diversity, and Inclusion
Kansas State University
1042 Rathbone Hall
1701 Platt St.
Manhattan, KS 66506
Scholars Assisting Scholars (SAS) is a peer-to-peer tutoring program that is designed to support students in core engineering and science classes. SAS tutoring is FREE to all K-State students enrolled in the supported courses. Since its inception in Spring 2006, SAS has tutored over 3,300 K-Staters! SAS is funded by College of Engineering partners and grants from the K-State Student Governing Association.
The Office of Women in Engineering supports programs throughout the College of Engineering including Society of Women Engineers, Women in Civil Engineering and Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering Women. WiE provides funding and opportunities for activities and mentoring. Our primary mission is supporting women engineering students academically, socially, and professionally.
Our CONNECT Program works to make sure family members are "in the know" about what an engineering education looks like. We work with engineering students' parents and family members from June orientation/enrollment through the students' first year on campus.
MEP is a comprehensive program designed to identify, recruit, educate, and graduate Black, Hispanic, and Native American students who are interested in a career in engineering, math or science.