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Category: Issue 35, April 2014

That’s the Wildcat Way Spotlight: Miss Kansas USA

College of Arts and Sciences student named Miss Kansas USA

Audrey Banach, Miss Kansas USA

Few people can say they won the first pageant they competed in, but that’s exactly what Audrey Banach, senior in communication studies, did when she claimed the prestigious title of Miss Kansas USA 2014 in December 2013.

The College of Arts and Sciences student was born into a military family as the middle child of three. She began traveling around the country at a few months old, living in multiple states before settling down in Kansas, which has been her home for the past seven years.

“With so much change in my childhood, it led me to become a highly resilient and ‘glass half full’ kind of individual,” Banach said.

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Fall 2014 Enrollment

For current students

Enrollment at K-State is in full swing! Has your current student met with his or her major advisor and enrolled on iSIS? Check out the classes offered at K-State on the course Web page.

For new and incoming members of the K-State Family

Will your student be joining the K-State Family this fall? This is your chance to choose your classes, learn the keys to college success, and more. Registration will open in June for these dates:

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Graduation is just around the corner!

http://www.k-state.edu/president/images/gallery/yearone-2.jpgCongratulations to K-State seniors graduating in May! Students must apply for graduation online, through their student iSIS account, for all majors, minors, and/or secondary majors with which they plan to graduate.

The dates to apply for graduation are listed on the official Academic Calendar. The schools/colleges may have program-specific graduation deadline, so check with your Dean’s office for official dates.

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More than 3,100 students using SALT online money management program

By Jodi Kaus

Powercat Financial Counseling logo

Powercat Financial Counseling has achieved its spring semester goal of 3,000 SALT activations since launching in January 2013. Only 11 other SALT-user institutions — three of them being public universities — have hit the 3,000 registration mark. K-State has activated 3,156. Continue reading “More than 3,100 students using SALT online money management program”