Non-resident student population at K-State for Fall 2024 is on the rise, according to Kansas State University President Richard Linton.
Out-of-state enrollment at K-State is up 20% from the previous year. School visibility is important to drive these students to the University.
Linton says athletics is a method to increase mindshare among potential out-of-state students.
There is another method K-State is presently using to drive out-of-state residents to the school.
The statewide official numbers from the Kansas Board of Regents is expected to be released next week. Our full conversation with Dr. Linton is available online at NewsRadioKMAN.com.