KU Scholarship Deadline: Nov. 1
Students who apply by Nov. 1 are automatically considered for thousands of dollars in scholarships. A full list of scholarships can be found here.
Crimson & Blue Days (New Name!)
Previously known as Senior Days, Crimson & Blue Days are now open to students of all ages and remain a full-day overview of KU including information on academics, financial aid and housing. The cost to attend is $15 and visitors are asked to register in advance. Fall 2017 dates include:
Oct.14, 24, or 18 and Nov. 4.
KU offers multiple visit options to best fit where students are in the college search process. Details on all our visits can be found online at visit.ku.edu
Encourage Honors Program applicants
Honors students experience highly individualized advising, engaging courses taught by outstanding faculty members and post-grad success – University Honors has a 98 percent graduate placement rate which is one of the highest in the nation. Priority application date is Nov. 1.
FAFSA Open Oct. 1
This year, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) become available on Oct. 1 and uses tax information from 2015. Encourage students to file early so they can receive a clear picture of their financial aid package earlier. KU’s code is 001948.
Midwest Student Exchange Program
Top students from your state can benefit from a discount that takes KU tuition far below the nonresident rate. That adds up to more than $40,000 over four years — an impressive amount. But students can only take advantage if they apply by Nov. 1. Eligible students must have earned a 24 ACT (or SAT equivalent) and a 3.25/4.0 high school GPA.