Chancellor Douglas Girod announced Monday evening that next weekend's Commencement ceremony will honor both the Class of 2020 as well as the Class of 2021, following three cancelled ceremonies Sunday.
The state of Kansas has reached a milestone of two million doses of the Covid-19 vaccine administered. Approximately 43% of Kansans have received at least one dose.
The University of Kansas cancelled the final commencement ceremony of the day, scheduled for 6:30 p.m, because of severe weather, according to an alert from KU’s emergency notification system.
Due to weather concerns, the 2:30 p.m. commencement ceremony for the class of 2021 has been canceled. The university will provide updates throughout the day about the 6:30 p.m. ceremony.
The University of Kansas canceled the first commencement ceremony, scheduled to begin at 10:30 a.m, due to severe weather, according to an alert sent out through KU’s emergency notification system.
After the CDC issued new guidance saying that anyone fully vaccinated no longer needs to wear a mask, KU responded by lifting its outdoor mask mandate.
KU Solar Car team unveils new car as they prepare for summer races, as well as plans for future projects.
The construction of Integrated Sciences Building 2 would give the University of Kansas the ability to retire some campus buildings with growing deferred maintenance problems, said KU’s Chief Financial Officer Jeff DeWitt in a budget message April 23.
Naismith Hall, which has been used as an isolation space for students this year, has been asked to clearly identify on its website that it is off-campus housing.
University of Kansas faculty governance leaders are frustrated with a proposal from administration for a second Integrated Sciences Building that would cost nearly $200 million to construct.