About Our Staff
Our mission is to provide information and support to Kansas State University Global Campus students, faculty and alumni, to extend the university's academic excellence and culture to online students, and to enable those students to enrich the university with the diversity of their experiences and culture.
The Student and Faculty Services office strives to expand services, advocates for student needs and fosters an online environment that helps students feel part of the K-State community.
Jason oversees the Student and Faculty Services office in providing the information and services that K-State distance education students need. In his role as director, he has helped create an inviting, helpful atmosphere so both future and current students always feel welcome to contact the office and keep connected with the university. Jason received Kansas State University’s “Putting Students First Award” in 2012.
Maleah facilitates communication and services for K-State distance education students, including social media and electronic communications. She works closely with university staff to ensure that distance education student voices are represented and that services can be provided to meet their needs.
Laura schedules and administers proctored exams for distance education students and identifies best practices and trends in distance learning exam delivery technology. She provides assistance to K-State instructors who teach online through the K-State Global Campus.
Lydell serves as the first point of contact when future or current students contact the office for assistance. He supervises and manages the K-State Global Campus call center and the office’s team of student staff.
Rachel oversees the advising staff for K-State Global Campus and serves as primary advisor for general business bachelor's degree students. She is also the point of contact for military students with questions about tuition assistance, GI Bill information, Go Army Ed and other active-duty and veteran student services.
Ashley advises K-State distance students in interdisciplinary social science as well as nutrition and health bachelor's degrees. She also advises students completing courses to qualify for family studies and human services, early childhood education and dietetics distance programs.