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Housing and Dining Services

Housing and Dining Services 

Are You Prepared for the End of the Semester? 

The residence halls and the Living Community at Jardine close at 1 p.m. Saturday, May 16. You must vacate your room by this time or within 24 hours of your last final, whichever occurs first. Please be sure to attend your hall meeting(s) and sign up for a checkout time with staff. 

Breakfast on May 16 will be the last meal of the spring 2015 semester, and will be served only at Derby Dining Center. Kramer Dining Center will close after dinner on Friday, May 15, and Van Zile will close after lunch on May 15. Visit our dining hours page for finals week dining schedules.

If you'll be returning for the 2015-2016 year, don't forget to order your parking permits as early as possible! Read more about parking at the residence halls and Smurthwaite, Jardine Apartments and Honors House.

Summertime Housing on Campus

Housing and Dining Services offers flexible and convenient housing options to students taking classes during the summer semester. Any student who will be enrolled in classes or completing academic work at Kansas State University during the summer semester is eligible for on-campus housing.

Read more.

The Fall 2015 Contract is Available

If you are new to the on-campus housing community and have completed an application to live in one of our on-campus residences, the contract is now available for you to complete. Here are the next steps to officially preference your space.

  • Access the contract. You will need your K-State eID and password.
  • Indicate your preferences and submit the $400 payment. (It is refundable until June 1.)
  • Watch for the email confirmation notifying you that your contract is complete.

Assignments are made on a first-come, first-served basis and are determined by the day your completed contract and payment are received. You can make changes to your hall, room type and roommate preferences online until June 1, 2015.

Now is a good time to consider turning your living experience into a living-learning experience. Residential CAT Communities provide an added opportunity for first-year students to connect with others who share their academic interests by placing them in the same residence hall. Read more.

Should you have questions, contact us at 785-532-6453 or 

Current residents: The RSVP reservation process for the 2015-2016 academic year concluded March 1. If you wish to live on campus again next year but missed the opportunity to secure a space, please contact Housing and Dining Services to review available options.


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