Kansas State University’s Housing and Dining Services shares information about the “Choose your Experience” housing options and upcoming deadlines. Ask questions in the comments below and additional information is available online at [ K-state.edu Link ].

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Yes, there is a place for you at Kansas State University.
Priority deadline for current students to select on-campus housing options is February 1. K-State's Housing and Dining Services, Kstatehds, will be with us this afternoon for a Facebook Live broadcast to help answer your questions.

Facebook Live Q&A with K-State Housing and Dining Services

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The #KState2025 plan is a vision dedicated to serving all aspects of the university. It's about promise. It's about possibility. It's about you.

It's the #WildcatWay. Learn more at bit.ly/WCWprogress.
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01/19/2017 at 23:00. Facebook
TV show featuring KState research on tiny houses airs tonight at 8 p.m. More details below.
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01/19/2017 at 16:17. Facebook
A recent study by World Wildlife Fund found that tallgrass prairies are diminishing at an alarming rate. Researchers at K-State's Konza Prairie Biological Station work to preserve these ecosystems. Learn more at bit.ly/2jwmmdJ.

Video: Konza Prairie Biological Station director discusses why preserving prairies is vital to world | Kansas State University | News and Communications Services

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01/19/2017 at 13:08. Facebook
#KState alum to receive honorary doctorate. Read more about this distinguished and honored scientist at bit.ly/2k1yuk7.

Highly recognized scientist earning honorary doctorate from Kansas State University| Kansas State University | News and Communications Services

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01/18/2017 at 14:43. Facebook
#KState scholarship deadline for continuing and transferring students is February 1. Complete the application today at bit.ly/SVJxHT.
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01/16/2017 at 14:44. Facebook
"There comes a time when one must take a position that is neither safe, nor politic, nor popular. He must take it because conscience tells him that he is right." — Martin Luther King, Jr.

"The Future of Integration" delivered at Kansas State University, Jan. 19, 1968.
The spring semester begins on Tuesday.

New and transfer students, please consider participating in Week of Welcome opportunities. View a complete list of activities at bit.ly/KStateWOW.
Kansas State University's Housing and DIning Services has announced early opening of residence halls due to impending weather. Details are in the link below.

Announcement: Hall Openings and Winter Weather

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A shrew and its parasites may be the equivalent of the canary in the coalmine for climate change, according to a Kansas State University researcher's work in NOAA's 2016 Arctic Report Card. Read how this research helps us understand past changes in the environment and what to expect in the future. bit.ly/2j7reWM

Study of Arctic shrews, parasites indicates how climate change may affect ecosystems and communities | Kansas State University | News and Communications Services

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K-State's Beach Museum opens the "John Steuart Curry: Mapping the Early Career" exhibit next week. Read about this unique look into his early artwork at bit.ly/2j2eHDT.
The Spring 2017 financial aid schedule is now available at bit.ly/2j6PLLA.

Spring 2017 Financial Aid Schedule

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#KState students included in latest Gilman International Scholarship awards. Read more at bit.ly/2ibxzwY.
#KState Professors Susan Sun and Donghai Wang have patented an environmentally friendly, low-cost resin with multiple uses. Discover the practical uses for this plant-based resin at bit.ly/2jm63x4.

Cost-saving, longer-lasting biodegradable adhesive patented by Kansas State University | Kansas State University | News and Communications Services

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A colorful start to our morning in Manhattan. K-State Alumni Association captured this photo over the Alumni Center and Berney Family Welcome Center.
Fresh, locally grown strawberries for more than a few weeks? Yes, please!