Credit Class Policies & FAQs

Recreation and Fitness courses are offered for K-State credit through the Kansas State University Global Campus with the cooperation of various Kansas State University departments.

For full class descriptions and information please visit UFM’s course description page (see link below). Enrollment is available on KSIS (see link below).


KSU Policies

Below are the credit course policies and FAQs.
For additional information and links about K-State Global Campus Policies and Procedures, see the link below.


Policies & FAQs

Credit Class Refunds & Withdrawals

Tuition refunds are calculated based on the number of calendar days in the class. You may be eligible for a full or partial refund of tuition if you choose to drop your class before a certain date. Please refer to the full withdrawal and refund policy (link below). Some fees may not be refundable.


Drop Policy

All drop deadlines are calculated based on the number of calendar days in the class. The following polices apply: a student may drop a class prior to 33% of the class duration with a grade being recorded on the student’s transcript: if a student drops after 33% but before 62% of the class duration, a grade of W will be issued; and no drops will be accepted after 62% of the course duration. Failure to drop a class may result in a failing grade.

Credit Enrollment Fees

Courses taken for credit carry additional fees required for University administration of the credit program. A one-time $50.00 late fee will be charged for enrollments taken beginning the first day of classes.  Additional campus privilege and health fees may be assessed for students enrolled in 12 or fewer K-State credit hours. There is a non-refundable material fee for withdrawing from some classes after the first day.

Disability Support Services at the Student Access Center

A student with a disability who wishes to request accommodations for a credit course should notify the course instructor or contact the Student Access Center office (see link below). Early notification is requested to ensure that accommodations can be provided in a timely manner.