In order to meet increasing demand from incoming freshmen, housing and dining services will now limit the number of upperclassmen who may live in the residence halls.
Beginning with the 2013-2014 academic year, if you have lived on K-State’s campus (or have been eligible for housing on campus) for six or more semesters as of spring 2013, your on-campus housing options will consist of either Jardine Apartments or the Living Community (LC) at Jardine. The occupancy limit does not apply to the spring 2013 semester — if you currently live in a residence hall, you may remain in your space until hall closing on May 18, 2013.
- At Jardine Apartments, you’ll find traditional apartment-style living.
- The LC closely mimics the residence hall environment and operates under the same terms and conditions of the residence hall contract.
- Both options offer programming, staffing, resources and proximity to classes.
How They Differ:
LC at Jardine Contract
|Jardine Apartments Agreement|
For those students who will be affected by this change, we’re pleased that we’re able to offer an alternative of equal value to the residence halls, and we’re confident that the implementation of this change will benefit all involved, not just students who are new to campus.
If you have questions, please feel free to contact Housing and Dining Services at