Colleges and Universities of Kansas

Kansas (KS) 

The Kansas Board of Regents governs or oversees thirty-seven public institutions. It also empowers numerous private and non-governmental institutions to operate in the state. In the fall of 2009, the state's six public universities reported a total of 93,307 students, more than a quarter of whom were non-resident students and over one-seventh off-campus students.

Among the state-funded universities, the University of Kansas (KU), with 26,826 at the Lawrence campus, the KU Edwards campus at Overland Park, and the Public Management Center (formerly Capitol Complex) at Topeka, is the largest study site. The total number of university enrollments, including the KU Medical Center, was 30,004. About 31% were non-resident students.

Baker University

Benedictine College

Bethany College

Bethel College

Emporia State University

Fort Hays State University

Friends University

Kansas State University

Kansas Wesleyan University

McPherson College

MidAmerica Nazarene College

Newman University

Pittsburg State University

Rockhurst College

Saint Mary College

Southwestern College

Sterling College

Tabor College

University of Kansas

Washburn University

Wichita State University  

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