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University of Kansas Open House

Starting date:

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Event# 785-864-3911

Event Details

Tour campus-visit museums. Meet students and professors-learn about their projects and watch demonstrations. Attend admissions' presentations. Meet the Jayhawk and Spirit Squad. Watch live street theatre and listen to music. Tour KU's newest buildings: the Dole Institute, Learned Hall addition, Student Recreation Center.
Time: 10am-2pm

University of Kansas Open House

Address : KU Campus Lawrence KS
Phone : 785-864-3911   (Always call and confirm events.)

Admission Fee : Free

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