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Communications and Agricultural Education

Communications and Agricultural Education

Kansas State University
1612 Claflin Road
301 Umberger Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506-3402

785-532-5633 fax

Transferring into ACJ?

Welcome to K-State's ACJ program. We want to help make the transition into our program as easy and enjoyable as possible and help you make the most of your time at K-State.

Whether you are a high school senior or a second-year college student, we can help you decide on courses to make the most of your time at community college and at K-State. Ask us about our 2+2 plans for your community college. Check out the course transfer equivalency list to find out how your courses will transfer to K-State. Or visit our enrollment information page from the College of Agriculture.

K-State offers many resources for transfer students, including transfer requirements, scholarships, course equivalencies and much more.

Meet Sadee Rohleder

Sadee Rohleder
Major: Ag Communications and Journalism
Minor: Advertising
Hometown: Russell, Kan.

Sadee Rohleder

Why did you choose ACJ?
I was interested in high school yearbook and was editor, as well as being active in 4-H and FFA. With my background and interests in writing and design, this was a perfect fit.
How is the Department of Communications and Agricultural Education helping you with your career goals?
All of the advisers are very helpful. They will answer all of your questions and share opportunities for jobs and internships.
What’s your favorite part of being an ACJ major?
Everyone is so nice and welcoming.
How have you gotten involved on campus?
Ag Communicators of Tomorrow
Collegiate Farm Bureau
Agriculturalist Editor for Fall 2012
"I met with an ag communications adviser at K-State before I even started at Hutchinson Community College. They helped me set a schedule at Hutch and I had guidance for making the transfer easily and painlessly." - Sadee Rohleder