My experience in ksu isn't that fascinating, the problem in attending a university which you don't know anything about will be shocking especially when the university is not meeting your expectations.
I can't lie and say that I am spending the best days of my life here, on the contrary, living here at this small part of the country in the middle of nowhere has more cons than its pros. As I saw other universities and places on the east and west coast, I would say that this university and its college town is nothing in comparison.
People may argue with me about the previous point which I stated, but they are not deceiving except themselves. And I noticed that most of the people who are enjoying this place are the resident of Kansas. I would not believe that a Newyorker, chicagoian, or san franciscan would appreciate such a place whatsoever.
As a Fulbright scholar, I regret not choosing a university other than this one; however, being here is much saver than being in other place which I know.
The certain departments and colleges are unorganized and lack communication. Others are organized and communicate within. Education department needs to communicate within itself, secondary and elementary. But the in the class experience is wonderful if you get a good teacher. Engineering department has their act together and organized. Other than that there are lots of promising professors and staff that are willing to help students. I personally liked every year except my last because of the disorganization in Education. It is worth the money if you get a scholarship. General education classes were good but take them at a Community College to save money. After attending I am willing to let my kids go to any college of their choice, even KU. Remember that you the students are there to learn, you are their client and consumer and can go elsewhere if your needs are not being met.