Four high schools were filled with festive atmospheres as five students from three Kansas counties learned Thursday (Feb. 22, 2024) that they have full-ride scholarships to Emporia State University to pursue their career goals. Each of the five learned the news during assemblies at their high schools.
News in 2024
Seven members of the class of 2024 Kansas Master Teachers were named today (Thursday, Feb. 22, 2024).
Emporia State University Theatre presents “Late, A Cowboy Song” by Sarah Ruhl. Performances are scheduled for Feb. 29 and March 1 and 2 at 7:30 p.m. and March 3 at 2 p.m. in the Ronald Q. Frederickson Black Box Theatre, in Roosevelt Hall.
The Kansas Small Business Development Center will be offering a Business Resiliency Bootcamp at Emporia State University on March 14, 2024.
The 2024 Bonner and Bonner Diversity Lecture, featuring keynote speaker Wesley Hamilton, will take place on Thursday, March 7, at 7 p.m. in Albert Taylor Hall. The theme of the keynote is “Overcoming Any Obstacles by Allowing Disruptions.”
Emporia State University’s landmark Together, Forward fundraising campaign raised $91,714,500, surpassing its original goal to become the most successful fundraising effort in ESU history.
Emporia State University’s Prophet Aquatic Research and Outreach Center, or PAROC, is planning several upcoming science-themed events designed to be fun and educational. PAROC continues its monthly Science Saturdays and adds an evening option for Science Storytime targeted at children 7 and under.
After the significant damage on Sunday to the Student Recreation Center, we know that you have questions. Here are the answers we have so far.
Emporia State University has taken a bold step to expand accessibility and remove a financial barrier for future students by eliminating the undergraduate application fee, making it free to apply to the university. This move streamlines the admissions process and simplifies a student’s first steps to becoming a Hornet.
Emporia State University is proud to introduce the SMaRT Kansas 21 (Science & Math Recruitment of Teachers in Kansas for the 21st Century) program, a groundbreaking initiative aimed at transforming teacher recruitment, preparation, and support in the state of Kansas. This innovative program is made possible by a legislative budget appropriation of $510,000 per year, demonstrating a strong commitment to the future of education in Kansas.