Walking tours leave every half hour from the admissions booth in the Union. En español: The 1 p.m. tour will be conducted in English and Spanish.
Stop by booths in the Union to explore your housing options. Then see the halls in action by visiting any of K-State’s living options. Hop on a shuttle from Bosco Student Plaza for a ride to any of the residence hall complexes or Jardine Apartments.
Drop by the halls throughout the day for tours of suites and traditional rooms, refreshments, and fun. A $6.50 all-you-can-eat sandwich bar will be available at Derby and Kramer dining centers during lunch.
Stop by our model room in the Union to meet with staff members, pick up information about living on campus, and win prizes.
Tour K-State’s newest landmark: the Tower Building at Jardine. Ride the elevator to capture the view. Then stop on the third floor for breakfast and snacks between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. Tours of apartments will be offered during this time.
Fraternities and sororities
Tour Greek houses from noon to 3 p.m. Many chapters host luncheons for future members and their families. Visit our table in the Union to pick up recruitment information, learn about Greek life, and get your questions answered by fraternity and sorority leaders.
Scholarship/cooperative house tours
- Women: Smurthwaite Leadership/Scholarship House, 1500 N. Manhattan Avenue; Alpha of Clovia, 1200 Pioneer Lane.
- Men: Smith Scholarship House, 331 N. 17th Street.
Visit the Chester E. Peters Recreation Complex, the campus hub for fitness, recreation, intramurals, and sport clubs. Guided tours will be offered all day, or drop by to look around. Parents or guests accompanied by a K-State student can get a free daily pass. Denison Avenue and Olympic Drive (east of the football stadium).
Stop by the Alumni Center for a cup of lemonade. The center, home to the K-State Alumni Association, is also a meeting and conference center for campus and community events. Highlights of the building include the memorabilia room, the original Bluemont Arch from 1859, a bronze Wildcat statue, and more.
Beach Museum of Art
Check out art by the late Sue Jean Covacevich, art by Gail Gregg, and photography by the late Richard Avedon.