K-State First

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K-State First

 

K-State First is the University's first-year experience program, our way of helping students establish a great foundation for the rest of their college career. We offer first-year seminar courses and learning communities designed specifically for first-year students only.


We are the home for the University's common reading program (KSBN) and a one-on-one mentoring program (GPS) that connects new students with other members of the K-State family. In everything we do, K-State First is deeply committed to academic excellence, community, diversity, and the empowerment of students.


Contact us at kstatefirst@k-state.edu. We'd love to hear from you.

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  • Kansas State University, K-State First (2018-08-14)
    This guide provides resources for faculty and staff at Kansas State University on the book "The Hate U Give" by Angie Thomas. Included in the guide are discussion questions, suggested classroom activities, other titles of ...
  • Kansas State University, K-State First (2018)
    This short reading guide was distributed during Orientation and Enrollment and provided a starting point as students read through “The Hate U Give” by Angie Thomas. The guide provides questions and themes for readers to ...
  • Kansas State University, K-State First (2018)
    An announcement advertising "The Hate U Give" was selected as the 2018-2019 K-State Book Network common book. Sections include: synopsis, the book's awards, key themes, KSBN programming partners, and additional resources.
  • K-State First (Kansas State University, K-State First., 2016)
    Coming Out of the Shadows: A panel discussion. A panel of students share their experiences and thoughts about being an undocumented student at Kansas State University.
  • K-State First (Kansas State University, K-State First., 2016)
    This poster advertises two events. The first event is Coming Out of the Shadows: A panel discussion. A panel of students share their experiences and thoughts about being an undocumented student at Kansas State University. ...

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