1. K-State home
  2. »College of Health and Human Sciences
  3. »Personal Financial Planning
Institute of Personal Financial PlanningInstitute of Personal Financial PlanningInstitute of Personal Financial PlanningInstitute of Personal Financial Planning
PFP Summit
Sponsored by IPFP
CFP logo
Certified Financial Planner™ Board Approved Program
AFCPE logo
Meets Educational Requirements for
Accredited Financial Counselor™ Exam
UPCEA logo
2017 North Central Region Mature Program
(Credit) Award
ACHE logo
2015 Distinguished Program:
Credit Program Award

Institute of Personal Financial Planning
Kansas State University
343 Justin Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506-1403

785-532-5505 fax

Interested in Business & Have a Heart for People?

 Business + People icon Top program icon Job Placement icon
 Business + People
Profession that positively impacts people's every day lives.
Top 5 Program
Consistently ranked as one of the top 5 programs in the Country.
100% Job Placement
In spring of 2018, every graduating PFP student had received a job offer.
Diversity icon High Earning icon Certified icon
38% of our students are female, compared to 20% in the profession.
High Earning Major
Financial Planners earn a median salary of $90,530/year (Bureau of Labor Statistics).
CFP™ Certified
Upon completion of the degree, students are eligible to sit for the CFP™ exam. 


We exist to prepare professionals to transform lives through financial planning.


The Personal Financial Planning unit at Kansas State University strives to be world known for its research, education, service, and outreach in financial planning offering emphases in financial counseling and financial therapy.

Latest Salary Trends in Financial Planning

Kitces LogoSign up for Kitces's Blog! It is a free source of really great information about everything from salary trends in the field to upcoming financial conferences, as well as useful tips on financial planning strategies.

Latest News

College of Health and Human Sciences hosts digital HHS Live Well event series this spring for the campus community

Thursday, February 4th, 2021

In fall 2020, the College of Health and Human Sciences launched the HHS Live Well event series to engage their community on topics of wellness and to complement their integrative studies curriculum on the five essential elements of well-being including community, social, financial, physical and career/purpose.   Each event is on zoom and hosts a speaker from the college or campus community. The well-being topics often involve subjects found in the diverse majors of Health and […]

Continue Reading »

More News »

Give to K-State