The Kansas Board of Regents visited the Pittsburg State campus on Monday.
Every two-years the board visits universities across the state meeting with all of the stakeholder groups, including community members,students, and university officials.
Fred Logan, chair of the board, says one thing particularly great about Pitt State is the partnership the university has with the city of Pittsburg.
"That's really the future of higher education, to be able to have that kind of partnerships," says Logan. "Great collaborative effort between the city and the university is going to benefit students, it's going to benefit people throughout the region."
The Board of Regents oversees seven public universities, 19 community colleges, and six technical colleges.