On-campus Student Resources
We are committed to supporting and serving all our of students. The following resources are here to help you succeed and if you need anything else, please reach out to either Dr. Sutley or Palvih.
Living on Campus
Responsible for providing leadership to all on-campus housing for over 5000 students living in a variety of communities that include nine residence halls, three apartment buildings, and twelve scholarship halls.
KU Dining offers convenience and quality with over 20 dining locations across campus, never far from classes or home. We're here to serve you, KU!
Our mission is empowering students by access to healthy food and resources through collaboration among KU departments and community agencies, exemplifying the Jayhawk Values of Unity, Inclusion, Innovation, and Engagement.
A KU degree is a valuable investment — one the Financial Aid & Scholarships staff can help you fulfill. We’re here to inform and advise you as you prepare for and pursue a successful career as a Jayhawk.
Provides financial education, including managing personal finances, understanding credit card, loan indebtedness, and planning for life after graduation. Works to improve students’ financial situations by empowering students to analyze their finances and commit to controlling their financial lives.
Oversees campus student organizations; supports student leadership development, provides student engagement opportunities, and offers resources for non-traditional students.
Provides social justice-based education, resources, programming, events, training, and support that centers queer and trans students, staff, and faculty at the intersections of identity
Seeks to engage and empower members of the KU and Lawrence community to act in ways that promote intersectional feminist change through expansive programming around gender and identity
Provides support and services for students from historically marginalized populations. Enhances the retention and persistence of students, while supporting their academic, personal, and professional development.
MSP helps Jayhawks grow as leaders in their field and community while providing professional and cultural opportunities.
McNair Scholars are KU undergraduates who represent a variety of disciplines, but all share a common desire to conduct research and pursue a graduate degree.
Taking Care of your Self
Provides comprehensive and affordable outpatient healthcare by licensed professionals in a nationally accredited facility
Promoting a safe and secure Jayhawk Community
Provides individual and group therapy, psychiatry services, outreach and peer support, training for students in mental health, and consultation through multidisciplinary professionals to the KU community
Provides sports clubs, intramurals, outdoor recreational fields, group fitness and personal training to make you healthy and happy.
The Office of the Vice Provost for Student Affairs coordinates and develops student support services and programs and serves as an advocate for student needs across the university community that contribute to overall academic success. Student Affairs extends beyond the classroom. There are a variety of campus departments that are here to help you.