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Information for honors alumni and friends

Though you may visit Nunemaker Center less than you did as a student, the University Honors Program will always be your home. Here are ways to connect and contribute as an alumni.

Give to the program

Our program excels thanks to the contributions of our generous, invested, and alumni. KU Endowment oversees donations of all amounts intended for the program. You can also give your time, be it as a mentor to a student or a speaker at a signature event.

Keep up on program news

Our annual alumni newsletter, the Honoread, along with our quarterly e-newsletter, Alumni & Friends, shares the stories of past and current students, as well as the honors experience. If you’d like to be featured, get in touch.
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Join KU Mentoring+

The KU Alumni Association provides a LinkedIn-style networking platform to all Jayhawks. Create a profile, then join the University Honors Program group to connect with former classmates and make yourself available to current students for mentoring.
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