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Kansas State Non-Traditional Student Services

We pride ourselves in being a central point of information and resources, providing you with the opportunity and resources to address most any question and/or concern you may have about being a non-traditional student at K-State. We are committed to supporting and encouraging your higher education journey. We can connect you not only to the campus, but to the surrounding community. We value and appreciate the skills, talent, and knowledge that you bring to K-State.

You are considered a non-traditional student if you are • 25 years of age or older • Married • A parent • A veteran • Returning to school after an absence (usually 3 or more years) As a non-traditional student, you are part of a growing population of students at K-State. In the Spring of 2007, 23.4% of K-State students (graduate and undergraduate) were non-traditional:

Undergraduate students 1,384 students 25 to 39 years of age 291 students 40 to 59 5 students 60+ 272 under 25 years and married Graduate students 2,113 students 25 to 39 711 students 40 to 59 25 students 60+ 51 under 25 years and married We can provide you with useful information in the following areas General student information Free tutoring Scholarships and funding questions Child care services Campus referrals Student health insurance Networking with peers Student advocacy Housing and consumer and tenant affairs information Alternative credit opportunities

Staff Suzanne Lueker, Director Jocelyn Mattoon, Graduate Assistant Office hours Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (open through the noon hour) Evenings by appointment only 101 Holton Hall Manhattan, KS 66506-1305 Phone: 785-532-6434 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              785-532-6434      end_of_the_skype_highlighting begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              785-532-6434      end_of_the_skype_highlighting Fax: 785-532-6457 E-mail:

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