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    Guide to KU Info
    Greetings from the University of Kansas!

    We’ve assembled information that will help you better consider and appreciate this great institution we call home. This page centralizes links to a variety of offices, activities, and initiatives that provide insight into KU as an institution and as an academic community. While not comprehensive in scope, the provided links offer you a greater understanding of what makes KU a truly distinctive place.

    Learn more about Lawrence:
    The university’s main campus is located in Lawrence, an alluring and engaged city and major destination in northeast Kansas. Lawrence’s historic roots stretch back to the pre-civil war era and the work of abolitionists to make Kansas a free state.

    Lawrence is just a stone’s throw away from the unique Kansas City metro area. Split by a state line, Kansas City offers all the top amenities expected in one of America's major vibrant cities and all the charm and hospitality of the Midwest. KC is home to the KU Edwards Campus and the KU Medical Center campus.

    Take a short drive west of Lawrence and you’ll be in the capital city of Topeka, a place of history with a growing future.

    Office of the Provost
    Feedback/Let Us Know

    Do you have a concern, or would you like to offer your thoughts on a proposal put forward by this office?

    The Provost Office offers an anonymous form so you can raise issues important to you or respond to issues and activities on campus. 

    Let Us Know.

    Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

    Several initiatives are furthering efforts to ensure KU offers a welcoming and supportive environment for all to learn, live, work, and discover.

    RT @KUbschool : Next Tuesday, join us for the 2019 Chandler Lecture, featuring @SecretaryToland . The event is free but registration is requi…

    Policy Library Search

    Visit the Policy Office for more information.

    Green Office

    Why KU
    • One of 34 U.S. public institutions in the prestigious Association of American Universities
    • 44 nationally ranked graduate programs.
      —U.S. News & World Report
    • Top 50 nationwide for size of library collection.
    • 5th nationwide for service to veterans —"Best for Vets: Colleges," Military Times