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Visit K-State Physics

Alumni and friends of Physics at K-State play a vital role in the life of the Department. We are building a database to keep you updated on our activities and achievements.   We look forward to hearing from you so email office@phys.ksu.edu or phone us at (785) 532-6786.

We hope you will consider visiting our department!

Prospective undergraduates can set up a campus visit on the consider k-state web page by informing the Admissions Office of their desire to visit the Physics Department. If there are any problems with that process, please contact Kim Elliott directly by phone (785) 532-6786 or e-mail and she will assist you.

Prospective graduate students can write to graduate@phys.ksu.edu.  We will pay the expenses for most U.S. students to visit K-State, so please contact us to inquire about the possibilities.

Alumni and friends should contact head Amit Chakrabarti at (785) 532-6786 or email amitc@phys.ksu.edu

Campus Map

Cardwell Hall, home of the Physics Department is marked on the JPEG-image campus map linked to above. The main office is located in room 116. If you need further information contact us at (785) 532-6786.

City Map

The Manhattan Convention and Visitors Bureau's map and guide to the city, in Adobe Acrobat format.

Life at K-State

Living in the University and Manhattan communities.

Local Weather

The ever-changing Manhattan-area forecast, via the Weather Channel.

Direct Flights into Manhattan

A link to flight information regarding the Manhattan Regional Airport.

Driving Directions to the Holiday Inn and the KSU Campus

Visitor Parking

Visitor permits may be obtained from the Information Kiosk on 17th Street adjacent to the garage from 7:30 am - 4:30 pm M-F, from the Parking Services Office at 1 KSU Parking Garage at the corner of 17th and Anderson from 7:30 am to 5 pm M-F, and are available 24/7 from the KSU Police Dispatch located in Edwards Hall.

A Physics Client Parking visitor permit may be requested from Peggy Matthews via email to peggym@phys.ksu.edu.