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K-State Student Ambassador Alumni Presentation

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Phillicia Thomas
Andrew Waldman Student Ambassadors Hail, Hail, Hail, Alma Mater One of the best Traditions Founded in 1863 as a public land-grant institution
centered on principles of service and accessibility Originally "Kansas State Agricultural College" ANDERSON HALL AGGIEVILLE First class consisted of 52 students:
26 males and 26 females More than 23,800 students, including 1,700 international students, call themselves Wildcats. Today... Nearly 24,000 students
- 50 states and 90 countries
9 colleges
Over 250 majors
Over 50 minors
- School of Leadership Studies Student Life Technology and Aviation
Over 1,000 undergraduate students
Nearly 50 modern aircrafts K-State Olathe Opened in April 2011
Home to Masters and PhD students
Bioscience, biotechnology,
animal health, and
food safety degrees Over 475 student organizations Aggieville Oldest shopping
district in Kansas
Over 100 locally
owned shops
and restaurants Academics Farrell Library Completed in 1926
Center of campus Hale Library Completed in 1997
Student initiative K-State Student Union Built in 1956 as a
"campus living room" In 1986, the KSSU was recognized by the New York Times
as one of the top five student Unions in America. Today... Theater and conference rooms
Offers safe After Hours activities
Bowling alley
Food court Van Zile Hall (1926) Oldest residence hall at K-State 8 other residence halls
have been built since 9 residence halls
House over 5,000 students
Ranked #15 by the Princeton
Review for campus food
Students surveyed by CampusSplash.com
ranked K-State #6 for best overall
residence halls and #3
for best residence
assistants in the
country. Residence
Halls 2025 Athletics The university is striving to make K-State a top 50 public research institution by 2025 under the leadership and strategic plan of President Schulz. Engagement in Service Athletics Facilities Graduate Experience Research and Discovery Faculty and Staff Undergraduate Experience Welcome Center The new "front door" of K-State
Pay tribute to K-Staters who served in WWI
Heart of the Union, Alumni Center, and Memorial Stadium Rec. Expansion Doubling space for cardio and weight rooms
An additional 10,000 square feet
Mind and body studios
Rock wall Basketball Training Facility Coaches offices
Weight room and team film room
Two full size courts $17.6 million project
50,000 square feet Willie the Wildcat "Sparky"
1947-1950s
*only female mascot 1980s
*Redesigned to make
the head look meaner 1960s
*Worn by fraternity
members Willie the Wildcat Head incorporates
powercat stripes Has electronic
cooling fan Ahearn Fieldhouse Home of 6 undefeated seasons Main arena until 1988 Memorial Stadium Field used until 1967 Still widely
used today Bramlage Coliseum Bill Snyder
Family Stadium Renamed in 2005 Seats over 50,000 "Octagon of Doom" Seats about 13,000 Traditions Wabash Cannonball The student experience Alumni Association Ranked #1 in the Big 12 in membership for 16 consecutive years
Alumni Center opened in 2002
Funded by private donations
Student programs The Princeton Review's "The best 376 Colleges" ranks K-State:
No. 2 in the nation where campus and community relations are great
No. 4 for the best quality of life
No. 8 for the happiest students
No. 12 in best-run colleges
No. 13 in their students love these colleges
No. 16 in the most religious students category Bill Snyder Family Stadium West Side Expansion Expected to open Fall 2013
Fan store, Dining hall,
and Hall of Honor
$75 million project
Funded by private donations Thanks to Missouri,
Arkansas, Oklahoma, Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama Northwest Kansas Emily Surdez
Contact Emily
1-800-432-8270 (toll free) kstate1@k-state.edu
Find her on Facebook! www.facebook.com/mykstate1 Matt Marchesini
California, Delaware, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Massachussetts, Rhode Island, Vermont,
New Hampshire, Maryland, New York, New Jersey, Maine Southwest Kansas
Contact Matt
1-800-432-8270 (toll free) kstate2@k-state.edu
Find him on Facebook! www.facebook.com/mykstate2 Kelsey Flickner Colorado, Utah, Montana, Arizona, Wyoming, New Mexico South Central Kansas Contact Kelsey
1-800-432-8270 (toll free) kstate3@k-state.edu
Find her on Facebook! www.facebook.com/mykstate3 Adam Miller Geary, Sedgwick, Shawnee & Wyandotte Counties Greater Kansas City Missouri Area Nevada, Hawaii, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, Alaska
Contact Adam
1-800-432-8270 (toll free)
kstate4@k-state.edu
Find him on Facebook! www.facebook.com/mykstate4 K-State offers more than 250 majors and options. From engineering to human nutrition, a degree from K-State can take you to endless career opportunities. K-State has nine colleges on three campuses in Manhattan, Salina and Olathe:
Arts and Sciences
Engineering
Business Administration
Agriculture
Human Ecology
Education
Architecture, Planning and Design
Technology and Aviation (Salina)
Veterinary Medicine At K-State, you can study in more than 80 countries. Choose from summer, semester or year-long options at universities across the globe. Average class size is 23 students and
90% of classes have 49 students or fewer. K-State Awards more than $200 million in financial aid
and $16 million in scholarships annually. The Princeton Review calls K-State "tremendously affordable."
Seven out of ten K-State students receive financial assistance. For over 25 years, K-State has ranked first nationally among all public universities in overall recipients of the
Rhodes, Marshall, Truman, Goldwater and Udall scholarships. K-State has more national CASE/Carnegie Professors of the Year
than any other public research university in America.
We also have more state winners than any other Kansas University. In a survey of recent bachelor degree graduates, 99 percent of students would recommend K-State to their friends K-State Proud, a student led philanthropy based on the philosophy of students helping students, raised over $550,000 since it began in 2006. One hundred percent of the donations go directly back to students in need. According to StateUniversity.com, K-State ranks as one of the safest campuses in the Big 12. K-State's Black Student Union has the most #1 Chapter Big 12 titles in the past decade The intramural program offers a wide variety of individual, team, and meet sports. Participants number in the thousands each year in over 60 intramural sports. 20% of the student body is Greek. At K-State there are 29 fraternities and 18 sororities. K-State Greeks organize more than 74 philanthropy and community service projects each year. K-State Greeks do more than 25,000 hours of community service annually. K-State's Career and Employment Services hosts the largest career fair in the Big 12; along with mock interviews, resume reviews, and dining etiquette dinners.
Interested in K-State? Come and see for yourself!
Call 1-800-432-8270 for your personalized campus visit. Visit: Apply: Ready to become a Wildcat?
Apply for admissions and scholarships at k-state.edu/admissions

November 1 is the priority date for freshmen to submit their applications for K-State scholarships.

February 1 is the priority date for students transferring to K-State from another college or university and for continuing K-State students to submit the K-State scholarship application. Meet the K-State








Admissions Representatives Katie Kozacek Johnson County West Virginia, Virginia, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina,
South Carolina Contact Katie
1-800-432-8270 (toll free)
kstate6@k-state.edu
Find her on Facebook! www.facebook.com/mykstate6 Blair Kocher Southeast Kansas Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky,
Ohio, Tennessee Contact Blair
1-800-432-8270 (toll free)
kstate5@k-state.edu
Find him on Facebook!
www.facebook.com/mykstate5 Katy Zapletal Northeast Kansas Nebraska, Iowa,
Northwest Missiouri,
South Dakota,
North Dakota, Michigan Contact Katy
1-800-432-8270 (toll free)
kstate7@k-state.edu
Find her on Facebook!
www.facebook.com/mykstate7 Cole Galyon Texas Regional
Representative Contact Cole
1-800-432-8270 (toll free)
kstate8@k-state.edu
Find him on Facebook!
www.facebook.com/mykstate8
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