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Admission of Scholarship-Eligible Prospective Students

Policy
Purpose: 

To grant admission to new undergraduate, domestic and international freshman or transfer applicants who have been offered a scholarship from the University of Kansas.

Applies to: 

Undergraduate, domestic and international freshmen and transfer applicants applying for summer 2015 and beyond

Campus: 
Lawrence
Edwards
Policy Statement: 

Effective Summer 2015 Freshmen and Transfer Undergraduate Applicants:

  • If a student is on a KU-based scholarship and does not meet a stated admission requirement, the student shall be assured admission to the University of Kansas.
  • Admission is only assured to the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS), but professional schools may admit students directly at their own discretion.  
  • Domestic students who do not meet minimum KU and KBOR admission standards must be admitted into the exceptions window, and must therefore complete an Individual Plan for Student Success (IPSS) as required by state statute.
    • All normal IPSS requirements must still be met, and normal academic progress standards are still required.
Contact: 

Office of Admissions
adm@ku.edu
(785)864-3911

Approved by: 
Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor
Approved on: 
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Effective on: 
Saturday, August 1, 2015
Review Cycle: 
Annual (As Needed)
Keywords: 
scholarship, admission standards, undergraduate applicants
Review, Approval & Change History: 

09/04/2015: Policy added to the Policy Library.

08/01/2015: Policy went into effect.

10/01/2014: Policy Approved by the Provost.

09/2014: Prior to final approval by the Provost, the policy was endorsed by the Vice Provost for Enrollment Management


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