For the latest advocacy information from the Kansas Board of Regents, please review and share the materials presented below.

Contact Your Legislator 

The Kansas Legislature consists of a 125-member House of Representatives and a 40-member Senate. Representatives are elected for a two-year term and Senators are elected for a four-year term. The Legislature convenes on the second Monday in January for an annual session and generally adjourns in early May. The Kansas Legislature Website provides the information needed to contact Senators and Representatives, track the status and content of a bill, read supplementary reports and publications, find out what is happening in the chambers or committees, look at current statutes, and more.

Kansas Board of Regents System Overview (October 2013)

     "Providing expanded access to high-quality education will not only
     expand economic opportunity for residents, but likely do more to 
     strengthen the overall state economy than anything else a state can do."

An Analysis of the Alignment of Higher Education and the Kansas Economy

     "The level of higher education affects lifelong earnings for Kansas citizens,
     and the fastest growing and highest wage jobs in Kansas will require
     postsecondary education."

Public Higher Education System Economic Impact Study

     "In terms of the rate of return, each one dollar in state tax support
     resulted in $11.94 in Kansas economic activity."

Appropriations Biennial Tour - October 2013


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University Statements of Impact