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Carl R. Ice College of Engineering

Carl R. Ice
College of Engineering

1046 Rathbone Hall
1701B Platt St.
Manhattan, KS 66506

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Prospective Students

Building Security

Engineering Complex (Durland/Rathbone/Fiedler/Engineering Hall)

Monday - Thursday:

7 a.m. - midnight
7 a.m. - 9 p.m.
7 a.m. - 6 p.m.
10 a.m. - midnight

DUF1107 - Fiedler Auditorium

Monday - Friday:
Saturday - Sunday: 
7 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Locked 24 hours

Seaton Hall (West Entrance)

Monday - Sunday:  7 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Ward Hall

Monday - Friday:    7 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Note: Normal building hours will remain during holidays.

Building access to research labs is limited to those who have followed proper procedures for lab access. Please visit the appropriate department to discuss procedures for gaining access to a lab.

Please carry your K-State identification card with you when using the building after hours in case you are asked to show identification to university police. Do not confront a suspicious person – push one of the blue light emergency buttons found throughout campus or call (785) 532-6412.

If you feel threatened or at risk for your personal safety while on campus, especially after hours, contact Wildcat Walk Escort Service at (785) 395-SAFE or push one of the blue light emergency buttons found throughout campus and an escort will meet you and walk you to another on-campus destination or up to two blocks off-campus. Wildcat Walk is a service provided by the KSU police department.

Also available is LiveSafe, a safety app for smartphones. It is free and can be downloaded on any iPhone and Android-based device through iTunes or Google Play. LiveSafe enables smartphone users to anonymously send text, photo and video tips to campus police; have friends and family monitor their walks via GPS; find campus safety procedures and resources; and more.

Features in the LiveSafe app include:

  • Texts, photos and video tips can be anonymously sent to campus police.
  • A “virtual escort” feature called SafeWalk enables users to invite friends or family members to look out for them while moving from one location to another. Once notified, a guardian can monitor the apps user’s walk on a map in real time using GPS.
  • An emergency dialer that can call 911.
  • The ability to directly call other safety resources such as the University’s SafeRide and the Office of Student Life.
  • A GPS-driven map shows users crimes that have been reported in their area as well as shelters and safe spots.
  • An easy-to-navigate directory that includes information for emergency procedures such as how to respond to an active shooter; snow, tornadoes and severe weather; and campus resources such as counseling services and the Center for Advocacy Response and Education.