Friday, March 17, 2006

What makes K-State at Salina unique?

K-State at Salina has small classes and hands-on experience:

Enrollment in first-year English and speech courses are limited to 22 students. The average class size is 25. The biggest class offered on campus has a total of 40 students. Student/faculty ratio is approximately 16:1. Professors teach 100 percent of the classes. No graduate assistants are used. Students begin their hands-on education the very first semester. Private pilot students begin flying the second week of school.