MANHATTAN — With residence halls filled to capacity, Kansas State University officials knew in August that enrollments would be stable for the fall semester. The 20th day enrollment figures, announced today, show record numbers of students with 23,581; students of color with 2,488 and on-campus enrollment in Manhattan of 20,206.
Last year’s total enrollment was 23,520, with 2,278 students of color, and 19,991 on campus students in Manhattan.
“Interest in K-State is high,” said K-State President Kirk Schulz. “K-State attracts impressive students and we will do everything we can to make their experience the best in the nation. Student success combined with affordability are a tradition at K-State and an integral part of our K-State promise.”