Kansas State University students have re-elected Nate Spriggs, senior in agricultural economics, Riverton, as student body president.
His running mate, Grant Hill, junior in accounting, Whitewater, will serve as student body vice president.
“I am humbled to have been chosen by our peers to represent the K-State student body for another year,” Spriggs said.
“In the coming year we look forward to working with students and administration to enhance the overall K-State experience both within and outside the classroom,” he said. “We look to establish a working relationship between a recently created administrative position, the vice provost for undergraduate studies, and student government to further improve students’ academic advising and enrollment experience.”
Spriggs said his administration and student government will also be active in the university’s 2025 plan by looking at top 50 public research institutions to evaluate their student life programs and services, and determine areas where the university could grow, such as in student design services.
“We also will remain committed to engaging students from across campus and work to balance campus needs with affordability when reviewing student tuition and fees,” he said.