The 2020s

(2020-present)

Starting off the decade with the COVID-19 pandemic, the K-State Student Union provides a valuable connection to services, space, technology, food and resources for students. Your Union is more than mortar and bricks; it's the heartbeat of K-State. It's the campus living room, where students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends gather and form lasting memories. Whether hanging out with friends, seeing a notable speaker or comedian, attending meetings, enjoying an art exhibit or catching a quick nap between classes, the Union is a welcoming place for all.

Highlights

  • The COVID-19 pandemic reduces campus operations
March 2020 The university begins limited operations and moves all classes online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Union closes its doors until August. Events and services transitions to be primarily virtual through the spring semester with a series of summer furloughs further reducing operations.
August 2020

The Union reopens with limited operations following the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

November 2020

The Morris Family Multicultural Student Center opens directly to the east of the Union. The center is managed by Diversity and Multicultural Student Affairs, but there is a connecting pathway between the center and the Union’s multicultural student organizations office.

November 2020

Union Kitchen closes.