Student Resources


IMSE students are required to see their advisers at least once each semester, generally in advance of enrollment for the following semester (usually in October in the fall and March in the spring). An email will be sent to your K-State address to notify you when advising begins.

Computer buying tips

In the market for a new computer? Check out K-State's technology guide.

Lab fees

Lab fees are collected by the IMSE office in 2061 Rathbone Hall.

Lost and found

A lost and found is located in Fiedler Learning Commons, 1093 Fiedler Hall. You can also contact the K-State Police Department, the location for the university's lost and found.

Missed assembly

There are no excused absences issued for missing assembly meetings. Every missed assembly must be made-up. Make-up work must be submitted in writing to the department head during the same semester or be subject to penalties.


IMSE undergraduate students can print up to 125 copies per month. The graduate student quota is 200 and Ph.D. students is 300 per month. IMSE IT Services provides print quotes and support for students with printing questions.

Scholars Assisting Scholars (SAS)

SAS is a free tutoring program provided by students who are paid attend the lecture, as well as provide tutoring services. By attending the course, they are better able to address student questions in a manner consistent with the way the course is being taught. All tutoring sessions are held in the Carter Learning Center in the Engineering Complex. Visit the SAS website for the tutoring schedule.

Student services

The Carl R. Ice College of Engineering Student Services office provides assistance with enrollment, graduation, and other policies and procedures.

Student ombudsperson

Your student ombudperson can listen to your concerns and help you navigate your situation with confidential guidance, resource referrals and more. Look to your ombudperson to assist you with: Develoiping conflict resolution techniques, navigating tough conversations and situations, and understanding university policies, procedures, and resources.