Admitted Students Weekend

KU Law Admitted Students Weekend

April 7-8, 2017   |   Lawrence, KS

Please join us for Admitted Students Weekend 2017. This will be a wonderful opportunity to meet future classmates and faculty, learn more about the KU Law experience, and explore Lawrence, Kansas. If you would like to attend, please fill out the form below and preview the open house schedule. If you're coming from out of town, you might want to check out this list of lodging and food resources. Questions? Contact the Office of Admissions at

Board of Governors Reception
Friday, April 7 | 6 to 8 pm | Cider Gallery
Members of the University of Kansas School of Law's Board of Governors invite you to join them for drinks, food and good conversation at Cider Gallery. The Board comprises our most accomplished alumni who fly in from all over the U.S. to return to Green Hall. Meet federal judges, general counsel for Fortune 500 companies, CEO's of national nonprofit organizations and many more local and national leaders. This is an amazing group of KU Law alumni, and they would like to welcome you to KU Law.

Professor's Breakfast
Saturday, April 8 | 9 to 10 am | Green Hall
Enjoy mingling with KU Law professors and your future classmates.

Open House
Saturday, April 8 | 10 am to 4 pm | Green Hall
A comprehensive overview of the KU Law experience, with a chance to interact with current students, faculty and future classmates. View the detailed agenda (PDF).

Jayhawk Reception
Saturday, April 8 | 4 pm | Liberty Hall
Join KU Law students, professors and administrators for food, drinks and conversation.

Register for Admitted Students Weekend

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