Frequently Asked Questions
Are high school students eligible for federal financial aid, grants, and or loans?
No. The requirement is that students have a high school diploma or GED, to be eligible for federal aid.
How do I register for courses?
Please see the Enrollment & Courses page for step by step instructions.
Does the University academic calendar match the high school calendar?
The academic calendar for the University does not match the high school academic calendar. Start dates, end dates, final exam times, and holiday breaks will not match. It is important to follow the Academic Calendar for official university dates.
Are grades mailed to my permanent address?
Grades are not mailed to your permanent address. Grades are posted in the student's iSIS account. Students can view grades under their My Academics tab in iSIS.
Do I as a parent/guardian have access to their students academic records?
Parents/Guardians do not have access to a students academic record at the University level. Students log into iSIS by using their eID and password to access their academic record. K-State policy mandates that student's keep their eID password private. K-State policy prohibits using someone else's eID or sharing passwords.
Will credit earned be accepted by other universities and colleges?
Each university and/or college will have separate policies on whether or not they accept college credit earned during high school. Please check with an admissions counselor at the university or college you plan to enroll after you receive your high school diploma or GED.They will determine whether or not they will accept the academic credit. If academic credit will be accepted, a transcript request must be submitted for K-State to send your transcript.
How do I order a transcript?
Transcripts are ordered through students' iSIS accounts. Students view instructions by visiting the iSIS How to webpage.
Who do I call to arrange a campus tour?
We welcome any prospective student to campus. Please visit the Admissions webpage or call 785.826.2661 to schedule a tour.
How much will a course cost?
Depending on the course option you choose tuition and fees with be assessed. Tuition and fees are assessed on the 15th of the month and payment is due by the 14th of the next month.
What privledges do I receive as a student?
Each of the course options offer different privledges. Paying campus fees allows students to utilize library resources, the recreation center, and campus tutoring programs.
If I want to attend K-State as a full-time degree-seeking student, what do I need to do?
Students will need to complete the admission application a second time and submit high school transcripts with final grades. If you paid the $30 application fee you will not be charged a second time. If you have not paid the $30 application fee you will need to submit payment before your application will be processed.
Can I drop a course?
Yes, you can drop a course. Keep in mind that dropped courses may still be part of your academic record. There are also refund dates associated with dropped courses. You will have approximately 20 days to drop a course with a 100% refund. Please see the Academic Calendar for official drop dates.
I still have questions.
Help is available. At anytime a question or concern arises, please contact the Continuing Education office for more information.