Housing & Child Care Resources

Jayhawker Towers campus apartments

Living in Lawrence is one of the great benefits of a KU Law education. There is plenty of affordable student housing near campus. Typical monthly rents for students range from $400-$600 for a one-bedroom apartment or $250-$400 for room shares. And housing is very easy to find; just follow our guide to locating housing in Lawrence.

On-Campus Housing

Although most students choose to live in private housing, the University of Kansas offers housing for graduate students. Among the choices are Stouffer Place Apartments, Jayhawker Towers and residence halls. For complete information, please visit housing.ku.edu.

Off-Campus Housing - Find a Roommate

Having a roommate is a great way to share expenses and to meet new people. Every year the Admissions Office hosts a roommate finding service on our website open to current and incoming law students.

Note: Housing postings tend to commence in June or July.

Typical rents for students range from $400-$600 per month. Lawrence offers a number of attractive, safe neighborhoods in which to live.

Other housing resources:

Helpful Information about Moving to Lawrence

Hilltop Child Development Center

Child Care

The University of Kansas offers professional preschool service at the Hilltop Child Development Center located just across the street from Green Hall. Although children of KU students receive first priority for openings, we encourage you to sign up as soon as possible to ensure a spot for your child. For more information on Hilltop, visit hilltop.ku.edu or call 785-864-4940.

Child Care Aware of Eastern Kansas offers a free child care referral service and tips for choosing high-quality child care.

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