Students at the University of Kansas will have more opportunities for scholarships after GPA and credit hour requirements being lowered, changes that will go in effect in August 2023.
'That sounds pretty irresponsible': After KU ends Pell Advantage Grant, income diversity is disproportionately affected
The Pell Advantage Grant helped lower income students in pursuit of attending the University of Kansas, but with the University canceling the program, some alumni and faculty are concerned with how potential students will be affected.
Since the start of bus service at the University of Kansas, Student Senate has been the program’s primary source of funding. Many wondered why transportation funding was allocated under the Student Senate budget and not the University budget.
Genelle Belmas, a professor at the University of Kansas, tested ChatGPT's abilities and critical thinking.
The University of Kansas and the KU Alumni Association opened the Jayhawk Welcome Center on Feb. 27.
Students, faculty and staff at the University of Kansas discuss thoughts and concerns about the use of ChatGPT in academics.
With tensions rising from the recent Michigan State University mass shooting, University of Kansas students speak on their concerns. While the University's public safety offices and the Lawrence Police Department reiterate their training, the question of safety still remains.
A prospective faculty union, United Academics of the University of Kansas, is in the works due to poor compensation and several more factors.
The Kansas Board of Regents is planning amend their insurance policies for state university students, raising premiums and deductibles to consider inflation.
The University of Kansas is taking steps in fulfilling goals they set in December 2022 by appointing its first repatriation program director.
Students frequenting The Underground on campus are taking issue with a recent change in the payment system provided by KU Dining.
Jodi Whitt, digital navigator for KU's Center for Digital Inclusion aims to reduce recidivism by educating ex-convicts through her podcast, "Open Doors," crediting resources like the Intersection to Care program and the University's RETURN program.
Oliver Hall's demolition has been finalized, and the demolition for other campus buildings are coming up too. The conversation for these sites' futures continues.
Groups in the Lawrence community have gathered in an attempt to save Irma I. Smith Hall after the Kansas Board of Regents announced it "mission critical" to demolish the building in 2023.
The Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging removed the term “bad faith anti-Zionism” from its statement condemning antisemitism.
After the discovery of ancestral remains being housed on the University of Kansas campus in September, the Office of the Vice Provost and DEIB have sent an update to staff, faculty and students.