Wildlife Schools in Manhattan, Kansas

Manhattan is located in Riley county and has a population of 44,831.

The average in-state tuition for full time undergraduate students in wildlife schools in Manhattan during the 2009 - 2010 school year was $6,603.00. The average tuition was $10,172.00 for non-residents studying in Kansas.

Books and supplies for wildlife schools in Manhattan cost an average of $1,698.00. Students who live on campus while attending a wildlife school in Manhattan, can expect to pay an average of $6,904.00 for room and board. Students who live at home can expect average costs to be $3,291.00. Students have a choice of one wildlife college in Manhattan to attend. Wildlife programs in Manhattan reportedly graduated 27 students in the 2008 - 2009 school year.

Wildlife Schools in Manhattan

Kansas State University

Anderson Hall
Manhattan, KS, 66506

Programs Offered

  • Bachelors in Wildlife Biology


  • Tuition (in-state): $6,186.00
  • Tuition (out-of-state): $16,893.00
  • Room & Board (on compus): $6,752.00
  • Room & Board (off campus): $5,373.00

Financial Aid

  • Number of students receiving aid: 2,991
  • Average aid received per student: $4,312.00

Wildlife Salary in Manhattan

ProfessionAverage SalaryNumber Employed in City
Conservation Scientists$67,320.00130
Forest and Conservation Technicians$42,570.00100

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