College of Education

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The College of Education at Kansas State can trace its lineage back to courses in vocational education, which were begun in the late 1890's. In 1900, a Department of Rural and Vocational Education, headed by Edwin L. Holton, was established. Professor Holton also served as Director of the summer school programs.


The Mission is fulfilled through:

  • the delivery of exemplary instruction to students at the undergraduate and graduate levels;
  • production, interpretation, and dissemination of sound and useful research and scholarship;
  • leadership, collaboration, and service within the profession;
  • and promotion, understanding, and celebration of diversity.


  • The College of Education at Kansas State University has a strong history of research and external funding. The research, research and development (R & D), and creative program endeavors of the college are responsive to emerging state and national needs as reflected in legislation and priorities in the field of K-20 education. 
  • The mission of the college mandates that our research and scholarly activities integrate research, education and engagement for preparing educational professionals at all levels.


The Center for Student Success and Professional Services (CSSPS) in the College of Education (COE) is seeking a detail oriented and driven graduate student to join our office. The graduate assistant will serve as the Program Coordinator for the Call Me MISTER program and will report to the Assistant Director of Enrollment Management and Institutional Partnerships.


Accredited by the Kansas State Department of Education and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, or NCATE.

Manhattan, Kansas, United States

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