Does your son or daughter plan to be a Jayhawk?

Below, you’ll find some of the many resources KU offers Jayhawks and their parents, as well as a few important dates.

Once your student becomes a Jayhawk, the KU Parent Association will serve as a valuable point of connection between you and KU.

For your student’s admissions calendar and checklist, visit the high school junior and senior or transfer student planning page.


Parent Timeline

 

Feb. 1:

Tax return info for FAFSA

Dependent students will need their parents’ federal tax information or tax returns including IRS W-2 information, in order to fully complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

 

April:

PLUS form / promissory note

Parents who request a Federal Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS) must complete the PLUS Loan Request form and a PLUS Master Promissory Note (MPN).

 
 

Nebraska Regional Representative
(531)200-3363
Admissions Representative
785-864-5407
Chicago Regional Representative
773-710-9527
Admissions Representative
785-864-5160
International Admissions Representative
Minnesota Regional Representative
602-717-9407
Assistant Director, Colorado Regional Representative
719-344-9986
Wichita Regional Representative
785-545-5961
Admissions Representative
785-864-5213
Southern California Regional Representative
619-501-5453
St. Louis Regional Representative
620-794-0110
Chicago Regional Representative
785-764-6734
Admissions Representative
785-864-5411
Admissions Representative
785-864-5424
Admissions Representative
785-864-5410
Assistant Director for Freshmen Recruitment, Admissions Representative
785-864-3920
Admissions Representative
785-864-2617
Admissions Representative
785-864-5370
Texas Regional Representative
214.533.2251
Transfer Admissions Representative
785-864-5408

 


 
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