919 Mid-Campus Drive, Manhattan, KS 66506
Kansas State University is a public university located on a stunning campus in Manhattan, KS. It is a relatively well-rated college, ranked one hundred and fiftieth in America. Admission is almost obtainable by all (93% acceptance rate). It has a larger student body with 15,931 full-time undergrads enrolled. Kansas State's most in-demand major is a Bachelor's degree in Animal Sciences and Husbandry, amounting to 5% of students. Additional popular choices include Business, which accounts for 5% of students, and Mechanical Engineering (4%). It ranks 5th in the country for its agricultural sciences program, and first in Kansas for its philosophy, business, and agricultural sciences programs. Also, Kansas State is 1st in Kansas on our best student life and best college food lists. At full price, tuition costs $9,863 a year for those of you based in Kansas. Otherwise, tuition can run you up to $24,592. Before you rule out applying because of the price, you should know that 9 in 10 Kansas State undergraduates are awarded some grant or scholarship funding. 63% of Kansas State University students culminate their learning with a diploma, hopeful and ready to join the job market. A couple years after receiving their degrees, alumni earn a median wage of $38,400. After another four years in the job market, the graduate's median yearly income rises 18.8% to $45,600, which is 13.7% higher than the national median salary. Some of you might want to hear that it costs $40 to apply and your high school rank is recommended to apply. In addition, 41% of part-time students continue pursuing their studies the following year. With respect to finances, be aware that Kansas State students awarded state grants receive $4,259 in financial aid on average and the average amount of aid awarded to undergraduates is $6,456. Our research team rated Kansas State a 10 for its campus and Kansas State's student life rating on School Authority is 10. When it comes to student life, 13% of male Kansas State students become fraternity members. Lastly, 25% of graduates make a starting salary of $25,400 or less and the lowest-earning 1/4th of graduates earn $31,200 or less six years after completing their studies.
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Animal Sciences and Husbandry