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Green Hall Intersession Visits
We are currently between semesters, which means that although visitors may sign up for a tour of Green Hall and a conversation with an admissions staff member, class visits and student-led tours are not available until the fall semester begins on August 27, 2015. While visitors are always welcome, you may prefer visiting during the fall semester to gain the full benefit from your visit.

If you would like to schedule a visit before August 27, please contact the Office of Admissions at admitlaw@ku.edu or 866-220-3654 (toll-free).


Green Hall Fall Visits
We love welcoming visitors to Green Hall! As our guest this fall, you will have the opportunity to take a tour from one of our Law Student Ambassadors and sit in on a first-year law class. Please stop by and find out from our students what it's like to be part of the KU Law community. To take part, just complete the form below and we will set up your visit. Our visit coordinator will contact you shortly.

  • Visits are available Monday-Friday. Visits will not be available October 12-13 or November 25-27.
  • Please provide at least one week's notice prior to your tour time. The Admissions Office will send you an email confirming the time and place, as well as providing directions to Green Hall.
No visits available October 12-13 or November 25-27.

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Office of Admissions

103 Green Hall
1535 W. 15th Street
Lawrence, KS 66045-7608

admitlaw@ku.edu
p: 866-220-3654
f: 785-864-5054

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