As the hub of student involvement, the Union houses several campus organizations that provide services and programs for the K-State student body. As a part of these organizations, students have the opportunity to lead, plan events, develop culture, and even find money for college. It’s all here.
Office of Multicultural Student Organizations
The Multicultural Student Organization (MSO) office provides a space for student organizations committed to promoting diversity. As a member of the K-State Office of Diversity, the MSO office works with several of K-State’s multicultural student organizations to aid in leadership development for students of minority groups, and to coordinate multicultural programs on campus.
Office of Student Activities and Services
The Office of Student Activities and Services (OSAS) has permanently relocated to the office suite on the east side of the first floor of the K-State Student Union.
Student Governing Association (SGA) has permanently relocated to the office suite on the east side of the first floor of the K-State Student Union.
Student Legal Services has permanently relocated to Holton Hall, room 201.
The Office of Student Activities and Services (OSAS) is the K-State student’s connection to campus involvement. OSAS works to enhance the academic experience at K-State by exposing students to social, cultural, recreational and governance programs. In addition to serving as the home of the Student Governing Association (SGA) and OrgSync, OSAS provides several services to the student body to maximize their time spent at K-State.
Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life
The K-State fraternity and sorority community has been a part of the K-State tradition since 1913. Each Greek organization is committed to academic excellence, leadership development, philanthropy and service to both the campus and Manhattan communities. The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life oversees 13 Panhellenic sororities and 25 Interfraternity Council fraternities and is dedicated to the personal and professional development of more than 3,900 community members. The office strives to assist the community in upholding its founding principles of scholarship, leadership, community services and lifelong friendship.
Powercat Financial has permanently relocated to room 302 of the K-State Student Union.
Powercat Financial provides free information and education to currently enrolled K-State students who are seeking help with financial planning and management. Powercat Financial can help students with long- and short-term financial goals, preparing a budget, analyzing loan options, understanding and using your credit and credit scores and transitioning into the professional world. If you are a current K-State student, check out their services and request an appointment.
91.9 KSDB FM
91.9 KSDB FM radio station has permanently relocated to 058 on the ground floor of the K-State Student Union.
91.9 KSDB FM is the student-run radio station at K-State. Since 1950, K-State students have taken pride in being a voice for the student body on the Manhattan radio airwaves. Whether it is introducing listeners to new music, broadcasting a football game from Bill Snyder Family Stadium or helping local bands find their footing in Manhattan, the station strives to bring the very best to listeners in the local community.
The K-State Veterans Center has permanently relocated to 217 of the second floor of the K-State Student Union.
The Veterans Center exists to aid in the transition from active duty military service to postsecondary education. The Center, part of the Non-Traditional & Veteran Student Services office, provides a physical space for veteran and military-affiliated students to study and connect with other students with similar experiences. Additionally, the Center serves as a resource for current and prospective veterans and their families.