Arial photo of Jayhawk Boulevard in the fall

Visiting KU

We love sharing our beautiful hilltop campus and talking about all the reasons students choose the University of Kansas. You can learn about life at KU through online experiences, interactive info sessions, and in-person campus visits.

Connect virtually with KU

At our online info sessions for general and transfer audiences, we’ll virtually share our campus, its people, and the opportunities that await. Bring your questions and excitement.


In-person campus visits

When possible, we host in-person visits for students and families. During our Jayhawk Days and Transfer Fridays events, we provide a presentation and campus tour to small, physically distanced groups of guests.

Academic info sessions

Use the following pages to find virtual opportunities to connect with representatives in the academic units that interest you.

For a comprehensive index of campus units and their contact information, visit our Schools and Spaces page.

Visit the Hill from wherever you are.

Take a virtual tour of campus or explore KU on YouTube and Instagram.

Special virtual events

Throughout the year, KU hosts a slate of virtual events for students at various levels or with special interests and goals. Register for an upcoming event, or check back later for updates to the schedule.

  • Destination KU

    All-day visit for students of color and first-generation students

  • Junior Days

    All-day visits for students in 11th grade who are curious about KU

  • Sophomore Day

    Visits for students in 10th grade who are ready to start the college search

  • Rock Chalk Receptions

    Fun and informational events that bring knowledgeable Jayhawks to your community.

  • KU in KC

    School-specific evening events hosted by the Office of Admissions in the Kansas City area.

  • KU in Wichita

    A chance for Wichita-area students to meet Jayhawks and get answers to questions about specific KU schools.

Get started

Ready to apply? We often respond in less than a week to completed applications, which don’t require essays or final transcripts. If you want more information, join our mailing list or contact your admissions rep.