The TOEFL iBT test is offered in the state of Kansas. The list below shows testing locations for computer based TOEFL exam. Please scroll down to find the most up-to-date list of available test centers (including addresses) in Kansas.
- Hays – Park Street – APCN-5336
701 Park Street, Picken Hall Rm 117a, Fort Hays State University,
Hays, Kansas 67601 United States
Kansas Area Codes
Short for KS, Kansas was admitted to United States on 01/29/1861. The capital city is Topeka. With an area of 213,096 km², Kansas has a population of 2,907,289. The population density is 13.64 people per km². According to ALLCITYCODES, Kansas has 4 area codes: 316, 620, 785, 913. If you need to call your testing center, please be sure to add such an area code before phone number you are given.
Some Notable Kansas Natives and Residents
- John Brown (1800–1859) was a famous fighter for the emancipation of slaves. Born in Connecticut, but later lived in Kansas.
- James Butler “Wild Bill” Hickok (James Butler “Wild Bill” Hickok, 1837-1876) – soldier, scout, famous shooter. One of the most popular characters in the folklore of the Wild West of the United States. Born in Illinois but later lived in Kansas.
- Carrie Nation (1846–1911) was a prominent temperance activist. Born in Kentucky, but later lived in Kansas.
- Susanna Salter (Susanna Salter, 1860-1961) – political and public figure, the first woman elected mayor of a city in the United States. Born in Ohio, but later lived in Kansas.
- Charles Curtis (1860-1936) – 31st Vice President of the United States. Born in Topeka.
- William Allen White (1868-1944) – journalist, public figure, one of the leaders of the progressivist movement in the United States. Born in the city of Emporia.
- Walter Chrysler (Walter Chrysler, 1875-1940) – entrepreneur, founder of a well-known automobile company. Born in the city of Wamego.
- Clyde Cessna (Clyde Cessna, 1879-1954) – one of the pioneers of aviation, an aircraft designer and entrepreneur, founder of a well-known aircraft manufacturing company. Born in Iowa, but later lived in Kansas.
- Walter Johnson (Walter Johnson, 1887-1946) – famous baseball player and coach. Born in the city of Humboldt.
- Dwight David Eisenhower (Dwight Eisenhower, 1890-1969) – 34th President of the United States. Born in Texas but later lived in Kansas.
- Walter Beech (Walter Beech, 1891-1950) – one of the pioneers of aviation and the aircraft industry in the United States. Born in Tennessee but later lived in Kansas.
- Hattie McDaniel (1895–1952) was the first black actress to win an Oscar. Born in Wichita.
- Buster Keaton (1895–1966) was a famous comedian and silent film star. Born in the town of Pikva.
- Amelia Earhart (Amelia Earhart, 1897 – went missing in 1937, declared dead in 1939) – one of the pioneers of aviation, the first female pilot to fly alone across the Atlantic Ocean. Born in Atchison.
- William “Bill” Lear (William “Bill” Lear, 1902-1978) – engineer and entrepreneur, founder of a well-known aircraft company. Born in Missouri but later lived in Kansas.
- Gwendolyn Brooks (1917-2000) is a well-known poetess, the first African-American woman to win the Pulitzer Prize. Born in Topeka.
- Charlie “Bird” Parker (Charlie “Bird” Parker, 1920-1955) is a famous jazz musician. Born in Kansas City.
- Robert “Bob” Dole (Robert “Bob” Dole, 1923–) is a famous politician. Born in Russell.
- Robert Duane Ballard (Robert Duane Ballard, 1942–) – Navy officer, professor of oceanology, famous underwater archaeologist. Born in Wichita.