The K-Plan
1.
EXCELLENT ACADEMICS
2.
EXPERIENTIAL EDUCATION
3.
STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS
4.
INDEPENDENT RESEARCH
85%
RECEIVE FINANCIAL AID AND/OR SCHOLARSHIPS
56%
PARTICIPATE IN CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS
62%
OF K GRADUATES HAVE STUDIED ABROAD

Hornet Sports

11%
PARTICIPATE IN INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS
Alzheimer's research

Grant Empowers Alzheimer’s Research at K

Two professors have secured a National Science Foundation grant to help students research key proteins involved in Alzheimer’s disease....

Hiyama Internment

Alumnus Recalls Leaving Internment Camp

The Rev. Paul Hiyama ’49, now 94, still has vivid memories of his time living in an internment camp for Japanese-Americans during World War II....

African Studies Documentary Screening

Documentary Screening, Lecture Slated

On Oct. 25, the African Studies program will host a screening of the documentary “The Language You Cry In” before a talk with anthropologist Joseph Opala....

92%
Of job seekers are employed six months after graduation
81.5%
Graduate within 4 years (2014-16 average)
3
Major cities host innovative K-Treks career immersion experiences