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With an acceptance rate of 95%, admission to Kansas State is hardly competitive. Based on our analysis, to have a good chance of being admitted, you need to be at the very top of your class and have an SAT score of close to 1150, or an ACT score of around 24.

So, you’re thinking about applying to Kansas State University, and you’re curious about your chances of admission. Well, we’re here to help! Of course, there are a lot of factors in the admissions process, and it’s impossible to accurately predict whether you’ll be admitted or not. However, the most important factors in the admissions game are your GPA and test scores. So, using those as a measure, we can give you an estimate of your chances.

With an acceptance rate of 95%, admission to Kansas State is hardly competitive. Based on our analysis, to have a good chance of being admitted, you need to be at the very top of your class and have an SAT score of close to 1150, or an ACT score of around 24.

Not quite there? Try taking our SAT prep course and you’ll still have a chance of getting in, but it’s in the single digits. Let’s take a closer look at Kansas State admission statistics.

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Kansas State Admissions Statistics

Kansas State’s acceptance rate in 2017 was 95%. For students applying to the class of 2021, out of 9,178 applicants, Kansas State admitted about 8,712. The average GPA of admitted applicants was 3.49, the average ACT score was 24, and the average SAT score was 1160.

For students who took the ACT, the 25th percentile score of successful applicants was 22, and the 75th percentile score was 28.

For students who took the SAT, the 25th percentile score was 1020. The 75th percentile score was 1300.

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If you’re somewhere in the middle of these numbers, remember that a high test score can compensate for a slightly lower GPA, and vice versa. If you’re at the lower end, it helps if you’re a diverse applicant, the child of an alum, or have incredible personal achievements. Still, at the 25th percentile, your chances of getting in are in the low single digits.

Other aspects of your application, such as athletics, extracurricular and recommendations, are important, but will likely only make a difference for admission if you’re in the 75th percentile range for your GPA and SAT/ACT scores.

As we said, admission to Kansas State is very competitive. Even if Kansas State is your dream school, and even if you’re in the 75th percentile, you’ll still want to make sure you apply to a wide variety of schools to ensure you’ll gain admission somewhere.

Generally, you should have at least three safety schools (where you are in the 75th percentile of GPA/test scores), three reach schools (where you are in the 25th percentile of GPA/test scores) and three target schools (where you are near the average for GPA/test scores) on your list.

OK, so you’ve decided to apply. We took a look at Kansas State’s admissions requirements to help you get everything in order.

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Kansas State Application Requirements

To apply to Kansas State, you’ll need to fill out the K-State Online Application, submit an ACT or SAT score, pay the $40 application fee, submit your high school transcript, and submit your full senior year class schedule. Everything should be submitted by November 1st.

Here’s a full list of application requirements:

  • Fill out the K-State Online Application
  • Submit an ACT score or SAT score
  • Pay the $40 application fee
  • Submit your high school transcript
  • Submit your full senior year class schedule

The application deadline is November 1st. December 1st is the financial aid application deadline.

Have you been admitted to Kansas State? Congratulations! Below is a glimpse of what your classmates will be like.

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Kansas State Admitted Students Profile

If you matriculate at Kansas State, you’ll be joining a diverse class, with students from all over the U.S. and the world, and have a chance to study in dozens of fields.

Here are some interesting facts about the recently admitted class:

  • Roughly 52% are male and 48% are female
  • 5% of students are international

Kansas State has a diverse class, as well, with a large number of people of color. The ethnicities of admitted applicants are:

  • International: 5%
  • Underrepresented minority: 1.1%
  • Two or more races: 3.6%
  • White: 82.3%

What do these admitted students plan to study? Kansas State offers dozens of majors, and students matriculating there pursue a wide number of subjects. Here is a list of some of the top programs:

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  • Engineering
  • Business
  • Agriculture

Now, how are you going to pay for this?

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Kansas State Tuition Figures

At $38,641, Kansas State’s cost of attendance is astronomical. But, don’t panic! Most incoming students receive some form of financial aid, and the average award is $4,417.

Here’s a fuller look at Kansas State tuition and financial aid in 2017:

  • Total budget: $38,641
  • Average financial aid package: $4,417
  • The average student debt of a Kansas State graduate is $27,198

Now, what is life like at Kansas State? Let’s take a look.

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Kansas State Location

The school’s main campus is located in Manhattan, Kansas.

Much of the campus’ architecture makes frequent use of the area’s native limestone deposits, while the school has been consistently adding new buildings to campus since 1986.

Remember, you’re going to Kansas State for its excellent academics! Below is a look at what academic life will be like.

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Kansas State Academics

Kansas State has dozens of majors. Some of the school’s more interesting majors are:

  • Agricultural Business and Management
  • Business Administration and Management
  • Communication Sciences and Disorders
  • Dietetics
  • Engineering/Industrial Management
  • Financial Planning and Services
  • Geography
  • Human Development and Family Studies
  • Information Science
  • Journalism
  • Kinesiology and Exercise Science
  • Mathematics
  • Natural Resources Management and Policy
  • Physical Sciences
  • Social Sciences
  • Wildlife Biology

Now, let’s take a look at life outside the classroom at Kansas State.

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Student Life at Kansas State

Kansas State has hundreds of student organizations, covering academic interests, creative and performing arts, cultural and racial initiatives, gender and sexuality affinity groups, government and politics interests, and various media and publications.

Here’s a sampling of Kansas State’s student activities:

  • Advertising Club
  • Biodiesel Initiative
  • Call of Duty Club
  • Dairy Science Club
  • Ebony Theatre
  • Friends of Four Paws
  • Gender Collective
  • Horticulture Club
  • International Buddies
  • Japanese Student Association
  • Karate Club
  • La Societe Francaise
  • Makerspace
  • Navigators
  • On the Spot Improv
  • Peer Advocates for Mental Wellness and Success
  • Robotic Competition Team

Are you an athlete? Kansas State’s got plenty of options for you.

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Kansas State Athletics

Kansas State offers a large number of intercollegiate sports, with extensive varsity, as well as club, offerings, for both men and women. So, if you’re not up to varsity level, remember there are plenty of club and intramural sports to try out for, too.

Kansas State’s sports include:

  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Football
  • Cross-Country
  • Golf
  • Track & Field

Who might you become with a Kansas State degree? Let’s take a look at some well-known and successful alums:

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Notable Alums

Cal Tech has produced politicians, business tycoons, entertainers, musicians, media figures, and leaders in dozens of other fields.

Here’s a list of some particularly well-known alums:

  • Actress Kirstie Alley
  • Improv theater pioneer Del Close
  • Comedian Eddie Griffin
  • White House photographer Pete Souza
  • Actor Eric Stonestreet
  • E-Trade founder William A. Porter
  • Activist Erin Brockovich

And this is only a partial list!

Remember!

Don’t despair if you get a no. If you have a strong GPA and high test scores, you have a great chance of getting into at least one of the more competitive schools. And if you don’t, remember: where you go is NOT who you are. If you work hard, you’ll end up at a school that’s right for you, and still get a great education.

If you need to boost your GPA or test scores before application time rolls around, you should consider signing up for a course with Prep Expert. We offer one-on-one tutoring and classes, both in-person and online, at locations throughout the United States.

Our expert teachers and tutors will not only share with you tried and true methods for improving your score, but also help you correct deficiencies in any subject that you’re having difficulty with—English, Writing, Mathematics or Science.

Additionally, online classes can be watched On Demand, so if you miss a class due to your busy schedule, you can catch it online later. We have helped hundreds of students get the scores they need to attend the school of their dreams.

Best of luck with your applications and go check out Prep Expert!

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