Kansas State University: Summer courses for K-12 teachers and administrators scheduled at K-State
MANHATTAN — Courses for K-12 teachers and administrators are being offered this summer at Kansas State University. Courses will be on the Manhattan campus, in various locations throughout the state, through distance education and through travel-study trips.
On the Manhattan campus, teachers can choose from a wide variety of scheduling formats: Monday through Thursday, for eight weeks; short courses of one, two, or three weeks, Monday through Thursday; or courses held on three or four Fridays or Saturdays.
Teachers who wish to take course work at a distance have many choices. Courses are offered via TELENET 2, videotape, the World Wide Web, guided study and at sites located throughout the state, including Kansas City, Salina, Topeka and Wichita. Course descriptions with dates, fees and locations are available through the Division of Continuing Education registration office.
For information concerning financial assistance, contact the student financial assistance office at 785-532-6420. On-campus summer housing information is available through the department of housing and dining at 785-532-6368.