Experience all things K-State at its 55th annual All-University Open House

By Ryan Duey

Kansas State University is bringing educational access to the public during its All-University Open House on April 6th from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Manhattan campus. Welcoming all ages to explore academic programs, campus life, and student organizations free of charge. Registration is encouraged for tailored event information.

Vice Provost Karen Goos highlights the event’s value in showcasing K-State’s educational and research excellence. Activities include hands-on experiences, live entertainment, campus tours, and demonstrations at various colleges, such as eclipse viewers and glassblowing demonstrations.

The College of Agriculture will host the Little American Royal Showmanship Contest and offer free lunches at the grain science department. The College of Engineering will feature student inventions, while the College of Architecture, Planning & Design will offer a city planning activity. The College of Health and Human Sciences will teach towel animal creation and clothing design, plus much more. Visit www.k-state.edu to get more information and to register for events.

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