We're Open... See U Here!

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The Union is open, clean and ready to serve you! (From an appropriate social distance, of course.) Whether you're looking for a quiet place to study, a bite to eat or a meeting room with Zoom capabilities, the campus living room is the place to be.


In a rush? Chick-fil-A nuggets are an easy finger food while you speed-walk across campus. Need a caffeine boost? The coffee at Radina's at the Union is hot – or iced – or flavored – or however you like it! Ready to relax? The Daily Unwind at Union Station by JP's features drink specials from 4 p.m.–close Monday through Friday, along with weekly food specials. Follow up your meal with a game of bowling at Wabash Cannon Bowl, only $2 on Fridays! Keep more money in your wallet by using Pocket Points rewards for free and discounted food, university apparel, gift items and more! Our Special Offers page highlights more ways to save at the Union.

Get game day ready at the Union with special hours on home football game days! Grab the latest in Wildcat attire at the K-State Campus Store. Enjoy a meal at Union Station by JP's before you head to Bill Snyder Family Stadium, or ask if the game will be available to watch on one of their many TV screens. Visit our hours page the week of a home page to see which Union locations will have game day hours.

Every location in the Union is following enhanced health and safety procedures and protocols in place to protect guests and employees while serving the campus community. Service hours of individual locations can be found here - restaurants and shopping/services.


Several of our meeting spaces feature built-in Zoom cameras, audience microphones and other technology systems to facilitate virtual gatherings. Lounge areas throughout the Union and the expansive second floor concourse feature multiple charging options for phones, laptops and tablets. All furniture has been appropriately spaced to allow for social distancing, making the Union the perfect place to get a change of scenery and study alone or with roommates.


Student leadership opportunities look a little different these days, but that doesn't mean they've gone away! Union Program Council is hosting a variety of virtual and socially-distanced events, and they've love to have you join and share your ideas for how to bring fun and relaxation to campus. Visit kstateupc.com for more information on upcoming events and how to get involved.