About Emporia State University

Located in the heart of the scenic Flint Hills, Emporia State University is in close proximity to the three major metropolitan areas of Kansas -- Wichita, Topeka and Kansas City. Emporia State serves 6,500 students in nationally recognized academic programs. Outstanding athletics and diverse offerings in theater and the arts round out a unique and dynamic learning environment for students and visitors alike.

Graduation

Graduation ceremonies conclude Emporia State's fall 2014 semester

Hats off to the more than 500 candidates for December graduation at Emporia State University.

about 1 month ago
Scholarship

Scholarships changing lives of Emporia State students

Emporia State University is pleased to announce that over $3.72 million in scholarship funds are helping more than 1,600 students from Kansas, 17 other states and 16 foreign countries realize their educational dreams during the 2014-15 academic year.

about 1 month ago
Scholarship

Graduate students in adaptive special education program receive scholarships

The adaptive special education graduate program at Emporia State University awarded over $45,000 in scholarships for the 2014-15 academic year -- nearly double last year's amount.

3 months ago
Drama or Musical Achievement

Family show 'The Arkansaw Bear' wraps up Emporia State Summer Theatre season

The 60th anniversary season of Summer Theatre at Emporia State University ends with a beloved children's show, "The Arkansaw Bear," running July 23-26. Written by Aurand Harris, the play is celebrated worldwide as a sensitive and family-friendly depiction of life and death.

7 months ago
Drama or Musical Achievement

One-Woman Show Celebrates 60th Anniversary of Emporia State Summer Theatre

Marah Melvin presents "Miss Adelaide's Late Night Hour (The Psychology of Love)" on Friday, July 11.

7 months ago