Admission

Students enrolled for pre-college or concurrent credit are admitted to courses based on the admission requirements, procedures, or prerequisites that apply to the same courses taught at Kansas State University Salina. Choose your option:

 

Option 1

Option 2

Option 3

Course Delivery

Academic course taught at your high school

Academic course taught at K-State Salina

Academic course taught online

Location

High School

K-State Salina on Campus

K-State Salina Distance

Instructor

High School Instructor overseen by K-State Faculty

K-State Faculty

K-State Faculty

KSU Tuition

Reduced rate of $122.00 per credit hour for course levels 299 or below.

Reduced rate of $122.00 per credit hour for course levels 299 or below.

Normal tuition rate of $379.00 per credit hour.

KSU Fees

No Fee Charged

Fees charged at $64.88 per credit hour

Fees charged and vary by course.

Admission Fee

No Fee Charged

Normal admission fee of $30.00

Normal admission fee of $30.00

Admission Requirement

3.0 cumulative high school GPA and meet established ACT or placement testing requirements.

How to Apply

High School

On Campus

Online

Admission Documents

  1. ACT Score or COMPASS Score
  2. Signed HS Enrollment Form
  1. ACT Score or Compass Score
  2. HS Transcripts
  3. Signed HS Enrollment Form
  1. ACT Score or Compass Score
  2. HS Transcripts
  3. Signed HS Enrollment Form

 

 

Degree-seeking college students will have first priority in on campus or distance courses.

Placement Requirements:

Students who feel the ACT scores are not reflective of ability or who have not completed ACT testing may take the Compass Placement Test to attempt to meet admission requirements. The Compass placement tests will be administered at the K-State Salina Testing Center. Students must contact the Testing Center to schedule an exam and pay a $10.00 administrative fee.

 

Course

ACT Score

COMPASS Score

Requisite

ENGL 100: Expository Writing

20+

84+

 

ENGL 251: English Literature

 

 

Completed ENGL 100 with a C or better.

MATH 100: College Algebra

22+

50+

 

MATH 150: Plane Trigonometry

 25+

63+

C or better in MATH 100; or two years of high school algebra and a score of 25 or more on Enhanced ACT mathematics.

MATH 215: Calculus I

 

 

Completed with a C or better three years of college preparatory mathematics including trigonometry and recommendation of the high school mathematics instructor.

MATH 220: Analytic Geometry & Calculus 1

 

 

 Completed with a B or better in MATH 100 and C or better in MATH 150; or three years of college preparatory mathematics including trigonometry and Calculus I.