University of Kansas
The University of Kansas is one of the top colleges in Kansas and opened its doors in 1866, and since that time it has provided a rich education to students from around the globe, with many prestigious graduates including Pulitzer and Nobel Peace Prize winners. The school has over 190 undergraduate majors with 42 nationally ranked graduate programs. US News and World Report places KU among the top 100 colleges in the US. It is also one of only 34 public schools to be a member of the Association of American Universities and conducts research in several disciplines on campuses throughout Kansas. To find out more about the school, visit www.ku.edu or call 785-864-2700.
Wichita State University
Wichita State University is the only urban-serving research state university in the state. It offers students a setting in Kansas’ biggest city, Wichita. In addition to the 330-acre main campus, Wichita State has several satellite campuses throughout the community. The school has six colleges and a graduate school. Call 316-978-3456 or visit www.wichita.edu to learn more about the school’s programs.
Kansas State University
Kansas State University is known as being a “cutting-edge” school, offering some of the most popular and innovative majors to modern college students. It has nine colleges and all of them except the College of Technology and Aviation are on the main campus in Manhattan, Kansas. K-State also has a graduate school offering 65 master’s degrees and 45 doctoral degree programs. The school has the distinction of having the most Rhodes, Marshall, Truman, Goldwater, and Udall scholars since 1986, ranking it one of the most elite schools in the country. Visit www.k-state.edu or call 785-532-6011 to learn more.
Fort Hays State University
Fort Hays State University is one of the top colleges in Kansas and has approximately 10,000 students offering associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s degrees in 28 different academic departments with over 60 majors to choose from. The school was founded in 1902 in the town of Hays and is known for its excellent integration of technology throughout the campus and educational programs. The campus is almost fully accessible to wireless Internet, and the school offers online courses in several of its programs. Call 785-628-FHSU or visit www.fhsu.edu to learn more.
Washburn University is in the capital city of Kansas, Topeka. It offers over 200 programs that include certifications, associate, bachelor’s, master’s and juris doctor degrees in arts, sciences, applied studies, nursing, business, and law. The school was founded in 1941 the school was ranked sixth in the Midwest for master’s level universities by US News and World Report. To learn more visit www.washburn.edu or call 785-670-1010.