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Congratulations! Now that you have been admitted to the University Honors Program, here's what you can do next.

Visit the University Honors Program

Take advantage of our special opportunities for honors students to visit campus. Schedule your Honors Experience Planning appointment and look for your invitation to our Honors Reception.

Sign your contract for student housing

Templin Residence Hall is the Honors living-learning community. Honors students may choose to live in other residence halls, such as the Scholarship Halls. 

Templin Hall

Located on Daisy Hill, Templin Hall houses 280 students, almost all of them part of the Honors Program community. In Templin, you will enjoy a living environment that emphasizes academic achievement and faculty-student interaction. With study facilities and even classrooms located in the floor lobby, you will have all the resources you need for academic success. 

This Residence Hall consists of recently renovated two person rooms with baths and four person suites. The building is located right across the street from Nunemaker Center, home of the University Honors Program.

For more information on Templin Hall, click here.

Scholarship Halls

Many honors students also choose to live in the Scholarship Halls. Around 50 people live in each of the 12 Scholarship Halls, creating a close-knit community feel. Students help with cooking and cleaning, which reduces the cost of living. You will need to complete an additional application for the Scholarship Halls. More information can be found here.

Important housing dates

November 1: Scholarship hall first decision date. Submit all supplemental materials by this date to find out in December if you’re selected for scholarship halls.

March 1: Final deadline to submit scholarship hall materials for the fall semester.

 

Accept your invitation

Once you have made your college decision, let us know if you will be joining the Honors Program by emailing us.

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Course offerings are “among the most comprehensive in the nation,” according to “A Review of Fifty Public University Honors Programs”
98% of University Honors Program graduates are employed or accepted to graduate school within six months of graduation
40% of students in the University Honors Program conduct research before graduation
9 to 1: Average ratio of KU honors students to faculty advisors
1 of only 7 programs nationwide to receive a top rating from “A Review of Fifty Public University Honors Programs” in 2014
60% of University Honors Program students study abroad
KU honors students select their advisors from top-ranked KU faculty
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