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					2013-14 APPLICATION
for International Undergraduate Admission




BEFORE YOU APPLY                                                    Checks	should	be	written	to	The	University	of	Kansas.	
1. Select an academic field of study.                               There	are	no	waivers	of	the	application	fee.
   If you are undecided about your major, apply to the
   KU College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. After you               APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
   begin your studies at KU, you can choose, change, or             Send	these	required	materials	to	the	Office	of	
   add another major if you are eligible (pages 7-8).               International Undergraduate Admissions by the deadline.
                                                                    Your	application	will	not	be	considered	complete	or	be	
2. Review admission requirements and deadlines on                   reviewed	until	all	materials	have	been	received.	Failure	to	
   the Admission Options charts (pages 4-6).                        meet	deadlines	and	incomplete	applications	will	result	in	
   The requirements for admission and deadlines                     delays or deferral to another semester.
   depend on                                                        1. Complete and sign paper or online application form.
   •	the	KU	school	and	major	you	choose,                               iss.ku.edu/admissions
   •	whether	you	are	a	first-year	or	transfer	student,              2. Pay nonrefundable application fee of $75.
   •	the	semester	you	will	begin.                                      S
                                                                    3.		 end	official	academic	transcripts	of	all	secondary	
                                                                       (grades 9-12) and post-secondary (grades 13+)
3. Review the costs for tuition, fees, and living                      studies. Submit educational gap essay, if needed.
   expenses online at iss.ku.edu/admissions/cost.shtml                 R
                                                                    4.		 equest	official	TOEFL	or	IELTS	score	reports	to	be	
                                                                       sent directly to KU from the testing organization.
First-year applicants (freshmen) may enter programs                 5. Send additional materials required for some
in these six schools: the College of Liberal Arts and                  academic programs. See the Admission Options
Sciences (CLAS); the schools of Architecture, Design                   charts (pages 4-6).
and Planning; Business; Engineering; Journalism and                    I
                                                                    6.		 f	you	will	be	on	an	F-1	or	J-1	student	visa,	send	
Mass Communications; or Music.                                         proof	of	adequate	financial	resources	(page	11).
                                                                    7. Send a copy of the biographical information page of
Beyond the first year: Before applying for admission                   your passport. If you are in the U.S., in any status
to some programs and professional schools, you must                    other	than	F-1	or	J-1,	please	provide	proof	of	your	
complete prerequisite courses. These include the                       status (I-94, I-797 Notice of Action, etc.).
schools of Education, Health Professions, Nursing,                     I
                                                                    8.		 f	someone	is	helping	you	with	your	application,	
Pharmacy, and Social Welfare. See the Admission                        you must complete, sign, and send the Third Party
Options charts (pages 4-6).                                            Release	Form	(page	12),	so	that	we	can	communicate	
                                                                       with	that	person.	This	is	required	if	an	educational	
APPLICATION FEE                                                        agent is handling your application.
The nonrefundable $75 application fee is payable by                    A
                                                                    9.		 fter	admission,	if	you	wish	to	live	on	campus,	visit	
check, money order, or credit card online. Check or                    the	Student	Housing	Department	website	to	sign	a	
money order must be from a bank in the U.S.A and                       contract. housing.ku.edu
must	show	the	U.S.	mailing	address	of	the	bank.	



Online resources                       If you have questions                         Send application and $75 fee to
Academic programs: ku.edu/academics    International Undergraduate Admissions        The University of Kansas
Academic catalog: catalog.ku.edu       Telephone: 1-785-864-2616                     International Undergraduate
International viewbook:                Fax: 1-785-864-3404                           Admissions, Strong Hall
viewbook.ku.edu/international          issapps@ku.edu                                1450 Jayhawk Blvd., Room 17
Costs & Scholarships: tuition.ku.edu   iss.ku.edu/admissions                         Lawrence, KS 66045-7518 U.S.A.
ACADEMIC RECORDS                                                                     EDUCATIONAL GAP ESSAY
KU	requires	official	academic	records	from	every	                                    If	there	was	any	period	of	time	after	high	school	when	
high school, college, or university that you have                                    you	were	not	enrolled	in	an	educational	program,	
attended, including foundation year, college                                         write	and	submit	a	short	essay	about	your	activity	
preparatory programs, or intensive language study.                                   during that time. If you attended courses of any kind,
Official transcripts must be mailed in the school’s                                  include	information	about	what	you	studied.
sealed envelope directly from each school to KU.
All documents must be in the native language of                                      FINANCIAL RESOURCE STATEMENT
instruction and have English translations. Documents                                 Applicants	who	will	be	in	F-1	student	or	J-1	exchange	
must	be	original,	showing	official	school	seal	and	                                  visitor	status	must	submit	current	proof	of	finances	
signature	of	administrative	official.	Your	full	name	                                with	application.	This	is	required	for	issuance	of	Form	
and	date	of	birth	must	be	written	on	each	document.	                                 I-20	or	Form	DS-2019.		F-1s	need	proof	of	funding	
Records should be complete, providing detailed                                       for	the	first	year	and	J-1s	need	proof	of	funding	for	
information including dates of enrollment; courses                                   the	entire	period	of	study.	For	a	current	estimate	of	
for each term of study; grades earned; and diploma,                                  expenses, go to iss.ku.edu/admissions/cost.shtml
certificate,	or	degree	completed.	The	grading	scale	and	
number of credit hours attempted should be noted                                     Acceptable Documentation Examples
when	possible.	All records become the property of                                    Current	financial	document	must	be	dated	and	include	
KU and will not be returned or forwarded.                                            an	English	translation.	For	documentation	not	in	
                                                                                     student’s name, include a statement from the account
First-year applicants (freshmen) have completed                                      holder verifying support.
secondary school but have not yet enrolled in a regular                              • Bank statement from checking, savings, stock
session	at	any	college	or	university.	Submit	official	                                 holdings,	and/or	certificate	of	deposit.	
transcripts,	mark	sheets,	diplomas,	certificates,	or	                                •		 ank letter on letterhead indicating date account
                                                                                       B
official	examination	results	proving	completion	of	                                    opened and average balance.
secondary education (high school), listing courses                                   •		 cholarship or sponsorship letter verifying amount,
                                                                                       S
taken	and	grades	achieved.	Your	final	high	school	                                     source,	and	dates	of	award.
transcript,	examination	scores,	diploma,	or	certificate	
must be presented after you graduate and before                                      If	you	will	have	a	nonimmigrant	status	other	than	F-1	
enrollment.                                                                          or	J-1,	proof	of	financial	support	is	not	necessary.

Transfer applicants have completed secondary school                                  TRANSFER CREDIT
and have been enrolled in a college or university.                                   Course	work	completed	at	an	accredited	higher	
Submit	official	transcripts	of	all	post-secondary-level	                             education institution may be considered for transfer
course	work,	including	college,	university,	ESL,	and/                                credit	at	KU.	For	your	classes	to	be	evaluated	for	
or	vocational	programs.	If	you	have	completed	fewer	                                 transfer	credit,	an	official	record	must	be	mailed	from	
than 24 credit hours of university or college course                                 each school you have attended. Credential evaluation
work	(one	full	year	of	study),	since	high	school,	you	                               service is offered only to admitted KU students. Read
also must submit your high school records. You may                                   about	transfer	credit	on	our	website.
not disregard your college record and apply as a                                     iss.ku.edu/admissions/transfer.shtml
freshman first-year student. All post-secondary
records must be submitted.




GRADING SCALE (GPA = grade-point average.)              COLLEGE PREP CURRICULUM                         ADVISING OUTSIDE THE U.S.
   A = 4.0, excellent, 4 points                         For a description of the Kansas Board           Contact educationusa.state.gov
   B = 3.0, very good, 3 points                         of Regents college preparatory curriculum,      for referral to an educational adviser in
   C = 2.0, average, 2 points                           specific credentials, and grades required for   your country.
   D = 1.0, poor but passing, 1 point                   individual countries, visit our website.
   F = 0, failing, 0 points                             iss.ku.edu/admissions/requirements.
Conversion to the 4.0 scale will be determined          shtml
by a KU admissions officer.



2   International Undergraduate Admission Application                                                                                               2013-14
SCHOLARSHIPS                                                                     PROFICIENCY REQUIRED FOR ENROLLMENT
KU offers a limited number of partial, merit-based                               Regardless	of	TOEFL	or	IELTS	scores,	all	new	
scholarships	for	new	undergraduate	international	                                international	students	will	be	evaluated	for	English	
students.	However,	KU	does	not	offer	financial	                                  proficiency	upon	arrival.	This	evaluation	will	
assistance or full scholarships that pay for all expenses.                       determine	whether	you	will	enroll	in	full-time	intensive	
Read	detailed	information	on	our	website.	                                       English courses, part-time intensive English courses
iss.ku.edu/admissions/scholarship.shtml                                          and part-time degree courses, or full-time degree
                                                                                 courses.		Scores	required	to	receive	a	waiver	from	
Note: Scholarships are highly competitive and are                                the	AEC	English	proficiency	test	are	higher	than	the	
awarded only to the top candidates in the applicant                              scores	required	for	regular	admission.	Students	with	
pool who have submitted complete applications                                    the	TOEFL	or	IELTS	scores	listed	below	may	receive	a	
by the January 15 deadline for fall semester. The                                waiver	from	taking	the	AEC	English	proficiency	test.
scholarship	coordinator	will	contact	you	by	email	if	you	
are being considered for a scholarship and inform you                              T
                                                                                 •		 OEFL	iBT	(Internet-based	test):	23	or	higher	on	the	
if additional items are needed.                                                    Reading, Writing, and Listening sections
                                                                                   T
                                                                                 •		 OEFL	(paper-based	test):	57	or	higher	for	each	
ENGLISH LANGUAGE                                                                   section score and 4.5 or higher on the Test of Written
ADMISSION REQUIREMENT                                                              English (TWE)
For	complete	details	about	our	English	                                            I
                                                                                 •		 nternational	English	Language	Testing	System	
proficiency	policy,	refer	to	iss.ku.edu/admissions/                                (IELTS), academic format: 6.0 or higher for each part
english-requirement.shtml                                                          and a band score of 6.5

  O
•		 fficial	TOEFL	or	IELTS	scores	must	be	submitted	                             Students	with	lower	TOEFL	or	IELTS	scores	are	
  for degree-seeking admission. Scores must be sent                              required	to	take	the	AEC	English	proficiency	test	before	
  directly from the testing agency to the University of                          enrollment.	Scores	on	the	AEC	English	proficiency	test	
  Kansas	(KU	TOEFL	code	6871)                                                    determine	how	many	ESL	and	how	many	university	
  F
•		 or	exceptions	to	this	requirement,	see	the	English	                          courses may be taken.
  Requirement	Chart	on	our	website	(as	above).
  T
•		 here	is	no	minimum	TOEFL	or	IELTS	score	                                     If	you	do	not	have	TOEFL	or	IELTS	scores,	you	may	
  requirement for undergraduate admission.                                       apply as a non-degree student through the Applied
  T
•		 OEFL	and	IELTS	scores	are	used	to	give	applicants	                           English Center at aec.ku.edu. You can take English
  an	estimate	of	how	much	time	they	may	need	to	                                 language courses before applying for admission to a
  spend in the Applied English Center ESL courses                                degree program.
  before	starting	their	degree	seeking	program.	Review	
  the	English	Requirement	Chart	on	our	website	to	see	
  if you might need to take ESL courses.




SAFETY AND CRIME ON CAMPUS                         The University of Kansas prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, religion,
The annual security report about KU safety         sex, national origin, age, ancestry, disability, status as a veteran, sexual orientation, marital status,
policies, crime statistics, and campus resources   parental status, gender identity, gender expression and genetic information in the University’s
is available online at ku.edu/safety or on         programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding
paper from the KU Office of the Vice Provost       the non-discrimination policies: Director of the Office of Institutional Opportunity and Access,
for Student Success, Strong Hall, 1450 Jayhawk     IOA@ku.edu, 1246 W. Campus Road, Room 153A, Lawrence, KS, 66045, (785)864-6414, 711 TTY.
Blvd., Room 133, Lawrence, KS 66045-7518
U.S.A. 1-785-864-4060.



2013-14                                                                                                                    THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS        3
ADMISSION OPTIONS
for first-year and transfer students
                                                                                                                        MONTHS FOR EACH SEMESTER OF STUDY
                                                                                                                        Fall August–December
If	you	enter	KU	as	a	first-year	student,	you	may	enter	the	College	of	Liberal	                                          Spring January–May
Arts and Sciences or the School of the Arts in CLAS; or the Schools of                                                  Summer June & July
Architecture, Design and Planning; Business; Engineering; Journalism
                                                                                                                        DEADLINE FOR SCHOLARSHIPS
and Mass Communications; or Music. Eligible transfer students also may                                                  Jan. 15. Awards are made in fall only
apply to enter these schools. Apply as early as possible. Some programs
may	fill	before	the	deadlines.	If	you	are	undecided	about	your	major,	apply	
to the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

    SCHOOL                            REQUIREMENTS                                                                                     WHEN TO APPLY
                                      First-year students                            Transfer students

    College of Liberal                1. High school diploma with a college          1. At least 24 credit hours from an               First-year applicants
    Arts & Sciences                      preparatory curriculum.                        accredited college or university with          Fall April 1
                                      2. 2.5 grade-point average (GPA)                  minimum 2.5 GPA or equivalent.                 Spring October 1
    (CLAS)
                                         or equivalent.                              2. Eligible for readmission to any institution    Summer March 15
    clas.ku.edu                                                                         previously attended.
                                                                                     3. If you have fewer than 24 credit hours,        Transfer applicants outside U.S.
                                                                                        high school transcripts are required,          Fall April 1
                                                                                        with minimum 2.5 high school GPA or            Spring October 1
                                                                                        equivalent.                                    Summer March 15

                                                                                     Note: If you have taken any post-secondary        Transfer applicants in U.S.
                                                                                     studies after high school graduation,             Fall June 1
                                                                                     including college, university, ESL, and/or        Spring November 15
                                                                                     vocational programs, you are considered a         Summer May 1
                                                                                     transfer student and must submit academic
                                                                                     records from all schools attended.


    School of the Arts                1. High school diploma with a college          1. 3.0 GPA or higher from college                 First-year applicants
    within the College of Liberal        preparatory curriculum.                        or university.                                 Visual Art & Dance
    Arts & Sciences                   2. 2.5 GPA or equivalent.                      2. Visual Art majors must submit answers to       Fall February 1
                                      3. Visual Art majors must submit answers to       3 essay questions and portfolio of             Spring October 1
    sota.ku.edu                          3 essay questions and portfolio                10 to 20 images to the Department              Summer February 1
                                         of 10 to 20 images to the Department           of Visual Art.                                 Film & Media Studies
    Admission is competitive             of Visual Art.                                 Dance majors must audition.                    Theatre
    for Visual Arts and Dance.           Dance majors must audition.                    Film & Media Studies majors must               same as CLAS
    Contact School of the Arts.          Film & Media Studies majors must               complete FMS 100 & FMS 380
                                         complete FMS 100 & FMS 380                     with 2.5 GPA after arriving at KU.             Transfer applicants
                                         with 2.5 GPA after arriving at KU.             Theatre majors must complete                   Visual Art & Dance
                                         Theatre majors must complete                   prerequisite courses with 2.5 GPA              same as first-year applicants
                                         prerequisite courses with 2.5 GPA              after arriving at KU.                          Film & Media Studies
                                         after arriving at KU.                                                                         Theatre
                                                                                                                                       same as CLAS


    School of                         1. High school diploma with a college          1. At least 24 credit hours with a 3.5 GPA        First-year applicants
    Architecture,                        preparatory curriculum.                        at an accredited college or university.        Fall February 1
                                      2. 3.5 GPA or equivalent.                      2. One semester of required math and              Spring October 1
    Design & Planning
                                      3. 3 years of science including physics; 3        physics with grades of C or higher.            Summer February 1
    Department of Architecture
                                         years of math including trigonometry,       3. TOEFL or IELTS scores that qualify for
                                         precalculus, or calculus (preferred); and      regular admission.                             Transfer applicants
    sadp.ku.edu
                                         at least 3 art or drawing classes.          4. Complete the Architecture Interest             Fall February 1
                                      4. SAT math score of 600 or ACT math,             Profile at sadp.ku.edu/architecture/           Spring October 1
    Admission is competitive.
                                         science & composite scores of 26               admissions/undergrad.                          Summer February 1
    Early application is encouraged
                                         or higher.
    for transfer students.
                                      5. TOEFL or IELTS scores that qualify for
    Contact Architecture
    Admissions Office.                   regular admission.
                                      6. Complete the Architecture Interest
                                         Profile at sadp.ku.edu/architecture/
                                         admissions/undergrad.




4   International Undergraduate Admission Application                                                                                                                  2013-14
  SCHOOL                           REQUIREMENTS                                                                                               WHEN TO APPLY
                                   First-year students                                Transfer students

  School of                        1. High school diploma with a college              1. 24 or more credit hours at an accredited             First-year applicants
  Architecture,                       preparatory curriculum.                            college or university with a 3.0 GPA or              Fall January 15
                                   2. Minimum 3.0 GPA or equivalent AND                  higher. (Due to the sequence of the design           Spring October 1
  Design                                                                                 studios, the degree will require 4 years to          Summer January 15
                                   3. Design applicants must submit answers
  & Planning:                         to 3 essay questions & submit a portfolio          complete.)
  Department of Design                of 10 to 20 images to the Department of         2. Design applicants must submit answers to 3           Transfer applicants
                                      Design.                                            essay questions & submit a portfolio of 10 to        Fall January 15
  sadp.ku.edu/design               4. TOEFL or IELTS scores that qualify                 20 images to the Department of Design.               Spring October 1
                                      for regular admission                           3. To transfer credit, design majors must submit        Summer January 15
  Admission is competitive.                                                              transcripts for review.
  Contact Department of Design.                                                       4. TOEFL or IELTS scores that qualify for
                                                                                         regular admission


  School of Business               1. High school diploma with a college              1. Complete 60 college credit hours, including          First-year applicants
                                      preparatory curriculum.                            ACCT 200, ACCT 201, DSCI 301, IST 301,               Fall April 1
  business.ku.edu                  2. Minimum 3.25 GPA on a 4.0 scale in high            ECON 142, and ECON 144. Completion                   Spring October 1
                                      school.                                            of the following courses is strongly                 Summer March 15
  Admission is competitive         3. Minimum SAT score of 1150 (math and                recommended: PSYC 104 and one Culture
  for transfer students.              critical reading) or ACT of 25 (composite          and Society (SC) course.                             Transfer applicants
  Applicants satisfying minimum       score).                                         2. Achieve a minimum GPA of 2.5 in all course           outside U.S.
  requirements are ranked based                                                          work, in all professional course work                Fall April 1
  on GPA in all professional                                                             (business and economics classes), in course          Spring October 1
  course work. Applicants are                                                            work completed at KU, and in professional            Summer March 15
  then admitted based on                                                                 course work completed at KU, excluding
  their position in this ranking                                                         activity hours.                                      Transfer applicants in US:
  and available space in the                                                                                                                  Junior
  School of Business. Students                                                        Apply to the School of Business during                  (60 hours or more)
  are encouraged to contact                                                           the semester when you will complete the                 Fall February 15
  an adviser in the School of                                                         preadmission requirements.                              Spring September 15
  Business, 206 Summerfield
  Hall. Contact Business Student
  and Academic Services office
  for information.


  School of                        1. High school diploma with a college              1. Transfer applicants are evaluated                    First-year applicants
  Engineering                         preparatory curriculum.                            on a case-by-case basis.                             Fall April 1
  including architectural          2. Minimum 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale in               2. Overall minimum college 2.5 GPA                      Spring October 1
  engineering                         high school.                                       on a 4.0 scale.                                      Summer March 15
                                   3. Minimum SAT math score of 540 or minimum        3. Minimum SAT math score of 540 or
                                      ACT math score of 22. Architectural                minimum ACT math score of 22 or grades of            Transfer applicants
  engr.ku.edu
                                      engineering, computer engineering,                 C or higher in calculus.                             Fall April 1
                                      computer science, electrical engineering, and   4. If you have had an educational gap of longer         Spring October 1
  Competitive admission:              interdisciplinary computing: minimum SAT math                                                           Summer March 15
                                                                                         than one semester, please include an essay
  Meeting minimum                     score of 640 or minimum ACT math score of          detailing your activity during that time.
  requirements does not               28. Architectural engineering: SAT 540-650 or
  guarantee admission. Selection      ACT 22-28, on a case-by-case basis.
  is offered to best applicants.   4. If you have had an educational gap of longer
                                      than one semester, please include an essay
                                      detailing your activity during that time.



  School of                        1. 3.0 GPA or equivalent AND                       1. 24 or more credit hours at an accredited             Fall February 1
  Journalism                       2. Combined critical reading + math SAT score         college or university with a 2.5 or higher GPA       Spring September 1
                                      = 1110 or composite ACT 24 or higher AND           or equivalent AND                                    Summer February 1
  and Mass
                                   3. English proficiency as determined by AEC        2. English proficiency as determined by AEC
  Communications                      evaluation.                                        evaluation AND
                                                                                      3. Completed or enrolled in JOUR 101 the
  www.journalism.ku.edu                                                                  semester of application AND
                                                                                      4. Grade of C or higher in JOUR 101 (admission
  Admission is competitive.                                                              is rescinded if a C or higher is not earned).


  School of Music                  1. High school diploma with a college              1. At least 24 credit hours from an accredited          First-year applicants
                                      preparatory curriculum.                            college or university with minimum 2.75 GPA          Fall February 1
  music.ku.edu                     2. 2.75 GPA or equivalent.                            or equivalent.                                       Spring October 1
                                   3. Music majors will be admitted to their          2. Music majors will be admitted to their specific      Summer December 1
  Contact School of Music.            specific majors only after an audition.            majors only after an audition.
                                                                                      3. To transfer credit, performance majors               Transfer applicants
                                                                                         must audition.                                       Fall February 1
                                                                                                                                              Spring October 1
                                                                                                                                              Summer December 1




2013-14                                                                                                                                    THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS        5
ADMISSION OPTIONS
beyond the first-year level
                                                                                                                            MONTHS FOR EACH SEMESTER OF STUDY
                                                                                                                            Fall August–December
First-year	students	who	plan	to	enter	the	schools	and	programs	listed	                                                      Spring January–May
on this page usually begin in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences                                                      Summer June & July
and apply to these programs as sophomores, juniors, or seniors. Eligible
                                                                                                                            DEADLINE FOR SCHOLARSHIPS
transfer students also may apply to enter these schools. Apply as early as                                                  Jan. 15. Awards are made in fall only
possible.	Some	programs	may	fill	before	the	deadlines.	




    SCHOOL                            REQUIREMENTS                                                                                             WHEN TO APPLY


    College of Liberal                  Apply for admission to KU. Complete an application for the major in the department office,               Sophomore
    Arts & Sciences                     meet specific GPA requirements in KU courses, and take certain prerequisites; not all students           (30 to 45 hours)
                                        meeting minimum requirements are admitted.                                                               Deadlines vary by major.
    (CLAS)
                                        For details, consult collegesas.ku.edu/students/admissions_requirements.shtml, the academic
    collegesas.ku.edu
                                        department, or KU’s Academic Catalog, catalog.ku.edu.


    School of Education                 1. Have a cumulative 2.5 GPA for health and physical education or a 2.75 or higher GPA                   Athletic Training:
                                           for all other majors.                                                                                 Sophomore
    soe.ku.edu                          2. For teacher education programs, complete core of specific prerequisites with 2.75 GPA,                (30 hours or more)
                                           and pass 3                                                                                            Fall only May 1
                                           sections of the Pre-Professional Skills Test before submitting application
                                        3. Complete requirements in the School of Education section of KU’s Academic Catalog,                    Teacher Education:
                                           catalog.ku.edu.                                                                                       Sophomore
                                                                                                                                                 (30 hours or more)
                                        Admission in selective programs is competitive.                                                          Spring only September 22
                                        Consult a pre-education adviser immediately upon entering KU.
                                                                                                                                                 HSES & HPE: Junior
                                                                                                                                                 (45 hours or more)
                                                                                                                                                 Fall February 1
                                                                                                                                                 Spring September 22


    School of Health                    Admission does not occur until junior or senior year. Admission requirements and prerequisites           Junior or Senior
    Professions                         vary by major. Please consult an adviser in the school during your first year at KU by email             (entry levels vary by major)
                                        healthprofessions@kumc.edu or online healthprofessions.kumc.edu/school/students/advising_                Deadlines vary by major.
    www.healthprofessions.              recruitment.html. Students interested in careers in health sciences should contact the program of
    kumc.edu                            interest as early as possible.

                                        See the School of Health Professions website for program information and required application forms.


    School of Nursing                   1. Have a 2.5 or higher GPA.                                                                             Junior
                                        2. Take prerequisite courses.                                                                            (62 hours or more)
    nursing.kumc.edu                    3. Submit online application available beginning July 1                                                  Fall October 15
                                           from nursing.kumc.edu/academicinformation/bsn.htm                                                     No admission for summer
                                                                                                                                                 or spring.
                                        Consult the prenursing adviser upon entering KU. Admission is competitive.                               Late applications considered
                                                                                                                                                 if space permits.


    School of Pharmacy                  1. Have a 2.5 or higher GPA and take all required prerequisite courses.                                  Junior
                                        2. Complete School of Pharmacy application form.                                                         (68 hours or more)
    pharm.ku.edu                        3. PCAT examination and interview are required.                                                          Fall January 15
                                                                                                                                                 No admission for summer
                                        Admission is competitive. Consult the School of Pharmacy.                                                or spring.


    School of                           1. Have a 2.5 or higher GPA.                                                                             Sophomore
    Social Welfare                      2. Complete MATH 101, ENGL 101, and ENGL 102.                                                            (36 hours or more)
                                        3. Download application from www.socwel.ku.edu/academics/bsw/admissions/index.shtml.                     Fall only
    www.socwel.ku.edu                                                                                                                            Transfer applicants
                                        Consult the presocial work adviser during your first year.                                               outside the U.S.A.
                                                                                                                                                 October 1
                                                                                                                                                 Transfer applicants in U.S.A.
                                                                                                                                                 June 1




6    International Undergraduate Admission Application                                                                                                                      2013-14
UNDERGRADUATE FIELDS OF STUDY                                                                                     DEGREE DEFINITIONS
for first-year and transfer students                                                                              BACHELOR OF ARTS (BA)
                                                                                                                  The traditional liberal arts degree. It requires
                                                                                                                  study in a major subject area and in a broad
This	page	and	the	next	list	the	fields	of	study	and	undergraduate	degrees	                                        range of liberal arts and sciences, including a
                                                                                                                  foreign language and a laboratory science.
that	KU	offers.	You’ll	need	to	select	a	prospective	field	of	study	when	you	
fill	out the KU application for admission, or you may select Undecided.                                           BACHELOR OF GENERAL STUDIES (BGS)
                                                                                                                  Similar to the BA in that it requires study
                                                                                                                  in a major subject area and the liberal arts.
                                                                                                                  However, it requires neither the study of a
SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE,                                East Asian Languages & Cultures (BA) – East Asian          foreign language nor a laboratory science.
DESIGN & PLANNING                                         Studies with Chinese, Japanese, or Korean Language
Architectural Studies (BA) 4-year (preprofessional)    East Asian Languages & Cultures (BA) –                     BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (BS)
Architecture (MArch) 5-year (professional)                Japanese Language & Literature                          A specialist’s degree. It has fewer liberal arts
Design – Industrial Design (BFA)                       Economics (BA, BGS, BS)                                    requirements and requires more hours of
Design – Interior Design (BFA)                         English (BA, BGS)                                          study in the major subject area. Most of the
Design – Photo Media (BFA)                             English (BA, BGS) – Creative Writing                       degrees offered by KU’s professional schools,
Design – Visual Communication (Graphic Design) (BFA)   English (BA, BGS) – Language, Rhetoric, & Writing          such as the BSN (bachelor of science in nursing)
Design – Visual Communication (Illustration) (BFA)     Environmental Studies (BA, BGS, BS)                        and BSEE (bachelor of science in electrical
                                                                                                                  engineering)
                                                       French (BA)
SCHOOL OF THE ARTS                                                                                                have requirements similar to those for the BS.
                                                       French (BA) – French & Italian Studies
Dance (BA, BFA)                                        French (BA) – Italian
Film & Media Studies (BA, BGS)                                                                                    CERTIFICATE PROGRAM (CERT)
                                                       Geography (BA, BGS, BS)
History of Art (BFA)                                                                                              CERT stands for certificate program. Please
                                                       Geography (BS) – Geographical Information
Theatre (BA, BGS) – Performance                                                                                   contact the school for more information.
                                                          & Analysis
Theatre (BA, BGS) – Theatre, Culture, & Society        Geography (BS) – Physical Geography
Theatre Design (BFA)                                   Geology (BA, BS)
Visual Art (BA)                                        Geology (BS) – Earth & Space Science Licensure
Visual Art (BFA) – Ceramics                            Geology (BS) – Engineering Geology
Visual Art (BFA) – General                             Geology (BA, BS) – Environmental Geology
Visual Art (BFA) – Metalsmithing/Jewelry               Geology (BS) – Geophysics                               Undecided (CLAS)
Visual Art (BFA) – Textiles/Fibers                     Germanic Languages & Literatures (BA)                   Women’s Studies (BA, BGS)
Visual Art Education (BAE)                             Global & International Studies (BA)
                                                       History (BA, BGS)                                       SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS                                     History of Art (BA, BGS)                                Athletic Training (BS)
Accounting (BSB)                                       Human Biology (BA)                                      Community Health (BSE)
Business Administration (BSB)                          Humanities (BA)                                         Elementary Education (BSE)
Finance (BSB)                                          Latin American Studies (BA)                             Health & Physical Education (BSE)
Information Systems (BSB)                              Liberal Arts & Sciences (BGS)                           Middle-Level Education (BSE)
Management & Leadership (BSB)                          Linguistics (BA, BGS)                                   PK-12 (BSE) – Foreign Language
Marketing (BSB)                                        Mathematics (BA, BS)                                    Secondary Education (BSE)
Supply Chain Management (BSB)                          Microbiology (BA, BS)                                   Sport Science (BSE) – Exercise Science
                                                       Philosophy (BA, BGS)                                    Sport Science (BSE) – Sport Management
COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS                                Physics (BA, BS)                                        Unified Early Childhood (BSE)
& SCIENCES                                             Physics (BS) – Interdisciplinary Physics
African & African-American Studies (BA, BGS) –         Physics (BS) – Preprofessional                          SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
   African Studies                                     Political Science (BA, BGS)                             Aerospace Engineering (BS)
African & African-American Studies (BA, BGS) –         Preclinical Laboratory Science                          Architectural Engineering (BS)
   African & African-American Studies                  Precytotechnology                                       Chemical Engineering (BS)
African & African-American Studies (BA, BGS) –         Predentistry                                            Chemical Engineering (BS) – Biomedical
   Arabic & Islamic Studies                            Pre-Education                                           Chemical Engineering (BS) – Environmental
American Studies (BA, BGS)                             Pre-Education Elementary                                Chemical Engineering (BS) – Petroleum
Anthropology (BA, BGS)                                 Pre-Education Secondary                                 Chemical Engineering (BS) – Premedical
Applied Behavioral Science (BA, BGS)                   Pre-Health Information Management                       Civil Engineering (BS)
Astronomy (BA, BS)                                     Pre-Health Professions                                  Civil Engineering (BS) – Environmental
Atmospheric Science (BS)                               Prejournalism                                           Computer Engineering (BS)
Behavioral Neuroscience (BS)                           Prelaw                                                  Computer Science (BS)
Biochemistry (BA, BS)                                  Premedicine                                             Electrical Engineering (BS)
Biology (BA)                                           Prenursing                                              Engineering Physics (BS)
Biology (BS) – Biodiversity, Ecology,                  Pre-Occupational Therapy                                Engineering Physics (BS) – Aerospace Systems
   & Evolutionary Biology                              Pre-Optometry                                           Engineering Physics (BS) – Chemical Systems
Biology (BS) – Cellular Biology                        Prepharmacy                                             Engineering Physics (BS) – Digital Electronic Systems
Biology (BS) – Genetics                                Prephysical Education/Health Teacher Education          Engineering Physics (BS) – Electromechanical Control
Biology (BS) – Neurobiology                            Prephysical Therapy                                        Systems
Biology (BS) – Organismal Biology                      Prephysician’s Assistant                                Information Technology (BS)
Biology (BS) – Teaching Biology                        Prerespiratory Care                                     Interdisciplinary Computing (BS)
Chemistry (BA, BS)                                     Presocial Welfare                                       Mechanical Engineering (BS)
Chemistry (BA) – Biological                            Presport Science/Community Health                       Mechanical Engineering (BS) – Biomechanical
Chemistry (BA, BS) – Environmental                     Preveterinary Medicine                                  Petroleum Engineering (BS)
Chemistry (BS) – Biochemistry                          Psychology (BA, BGS)                                    Engineering Undecided
Chemistry (BS) – Chemical Physics                      Religious Studies (BA, BGS)
Classical Antiquity (BA, BGS)                          Slavic Languages & Literatures (BA) – Polish            SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM
Classical Languages (BA, BGS)                          Slavic Languages & Literatures (BA) – Russian           & MASS COMMUNICATIONS
Communication Studies (BA, BGS)                        Slavic Languages & Literatures (BA) –                   News & Information (BSJ)
East Asian Languages & Cultures (BA) –                    South Slavic Studies                                 Strategic Communication (BSJ)
   Chinese Language & Literature                       Sociology (BA, BGS)                                     Journalism Undecided
East Asian Languages & Cultures (BA) –                 Spanish (BA)
   Double Language                                     Speech-Language-Hearing (BA, BGS)                                                                 Continued ➤


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SCHOOL OF MUSIC                                         SCHOOL OF PHARMACY                                   PROGRAMS OFFERED AT KU MEDICAL
Bassoon (BM)                                            Pharmacy (PD)                                        CENTER, KANSAS CITY, KAN.
Clarinet (BM)
Double Bass (BM)                                        SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WELFARE                             SCHOOL OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS
Euphonium (BM)                                          Social Work (BSW)                                    Clinical Laboratory Science (BS)
Flute (BM)                                                                                                   Clinical Laboratory Science (BS) – Molecular
French Horn (BM)                                        PROGRAMS OFFERED AT KU EDWARDS                          Biotechnology
Harp (BM)                                               CAMPUS, OVERLAND PARK, KAN.                          Cytotechnology (BS)
Jazz Studies (BA)                                       Business Administration (BBA)                        Health Information Management (BS)
Music Composition (BM)                                  Developmental Psychology (BA, BGS)                   Occupational Studies/Occupational Therapy (BS/
Music Education (BME)                                   English Literature, Language, & Writing (BA, BGS)       MOT)
Music Theory (BA, BM)                                   Molecular Biosciences (BS)                           Respiratory Care (BS)
Music Therapy (BME)                                     Public Administration (BA, BGS)                      Diagnostic Cardiac Sonography (CERT)
Musicology (BA, BM)                                     Systems Analysis & Design (CERT)                     Diagnostic Ultrasound Technology (General and
Oboe (BM)                                                                                                       Vascular) (CERT)
Organ (BM)                                              The KU Edwards Campus is in metropolitan Kansas      Nuclear Medicine Technology (CERT)
Percussion (BM)                                         City, a 45-minute drive from the Lawrence campus.
Piano (BM)                                              Programs are designed for upper-division students    SCHOOL OF NURSING
Piano, Organ, & Orchestral Instruments (BA)             who live independently off campus and who have       Nursing (BSN)
Saxophone (BM)                                          their own transportation. Most classes are offered
Theatre & Voice (BFA)                                   in the late afternoon and evening.                   KU Medical Center is in the metropolitan Kansas
Trombone (BM)                                                                                                City area, about an hour’s drive from the Lawrence
Trumpet (BM)                                                                                                 campus. It offers educational programs through
Tuba (BM)                                                                                                    the Schools of Health Professions, Medicine, and
Viola (BM)                                                                                                   Nursing. Students enter these programs after two or
Violin (BM)                                                                                                  more years of post-secondary preparatory study.
Violoncello (BM)
Voice (BA, BM)




OTHER KU OFFICES AND RESOURCES                                                 You	may	contact	these	offices	directly	for	additional	information.


Applied English Center                                  School of Business                                   School of Nursing
aec.ku.edu                                              business.ku.edu                                      nursing.kumc.edu
aec@ku.edu                                              bschoolundergrad@ku.edu                              soninfo@kumc.edu

College of Liberal Arts & Sciences                      School of Education                                  School of Pharmacy
collegesas.ku.edu                                       soe.ku.edu                                           pharm.ku.edu
clas109@ku.edu                                          soeadvising@ku.edu                                   pharmacy@ku.edu

CLAS: School of the Arts                                School of Engineering                                School of Social Welfare
sota.ku.edu                                             engr.ku.edu                                          socwel.ku.edu/academics/bsw/
sota@ku.edu                                             kuengr@ku.edu                                        admissions
                                                                                                             admissionsBSW@ku.edu
Disability Resources                                    School of Health Professions
disability.ku.edu                                       www.healthprofessions.kumc.edu                       Student Housing Department
                                                        healthprofessions@kumc.edu                           housing.ku.edu
Graduate Studies                                                                                             housing@ku.edu
graduate.ku.edu                                         School of Journalism
graduate@ku.edu                                         & Mass Communications                                University Registrar
                                                        www.journalism.ku.edu                                registrar.ku.edu
School of Architecture,                                 jschool@ku.edu                                       registrar@ku.edu
Design & Planning
sadp.ku.edu                                             School of Music
archku@ku.edu                                           music.ku.edu
design@ku.edu                                           music@ku.edu


For information on costs and scholarships, go to iss.ku.edu/admissions/cost.shtml




8   International Undergraduate Admission Application                                                                                                        2013-14
INTERNATIONAL UNDERGRADUATE
STUDENT APPLICATION

INSTRUCTIONS
  S
•		 ee	admission	requirements	and	deadlines (pages 4, 5, and 6.)
•	See	mailing	instructions	(page 11)                                                            IS THIS THE CORRECT FORM FOR YOU?
•	See	application	fee	instructions	(page 11)                                                    Are you a U.S. citizen or has your U.S. permanent
                                                                                                resident, asylee, or refugee status been approved?
                                                                                                   yes     no
APPLICANT INFORMATION
                                                                                                If you answered “yes” to this question, you are filling out the wrong form,
•	Fill	out	both	sides	by	typing	or	printing	in	English.	                                        and it will cause delays in processing your application. You need to fill out
  C
•		 omplete	the	name	section	exactly	the	way	your	                                              the application for U.S. citizens and U.S. permanent residents. Information is
  name	appears	(or	will	appear)	on	your	passport.	                                              available from 1-785-864-3911, adm @ ku.edu, or admissions.ku.edu (online
                                                                                                application). An individual in any nonimmigrant status or with a pending
  S
•		 ubmit	a	photocopy	of	the	biographical	information	page	
                                                                                                application for permanent residence must apply as an international student.
  of your passport.

                                                                                                                                      2. Birth date

 1. Surname (Family name)                              Given name (First name)                          Middle name
                                                                                                                                       month          day             year

 Preferred name                                                                                                                       3. Gender
                                                                                                                                          male               female

 5. Current Mailing Address (number, street, P.O. box, etc.)                                  6. City                                 4. Is English your native language?
                                                                                                                                          yes              no

 7. Region, state, province, etc.                      8. Postal code                         9. Country                              IMPORTANT: Check your email often.
                                                                                                                                      We use email to communicate admissions
                                                                                                                                      decisions & other official information. Add
 10. Email                                             11. Telephone number                                                           issapps@ku.edu to your email address book
                                                                                                                                      to avoid delivery to spam or junk folder.




 12. Parent or legal guardian: Surname (Family name)                                                    Given name (First name)                             Middle name


 Parent or legal guardian: Surname (Family name)                                                        Given name (First name)                             Middle name



                                                                                          21. If known, nonimmigrant                       If J-1 is requested,
                                                                                          status preferred
 13. Permanent non-U.S. home address required (number, street, P.O. box, etc.)                F-1 (most common)             J-1
                                                                                                                                           Country of legal permanent residence
                                                                                              Other
 14. City
                                                                                                                                           Job position in home country
                                                                                          (F-2, H-4, J-2, L-2, applicant for U.S.
 15. Region, state, province, etc.                     16. Postal code                    permanent residence, out-of-status, etc.)


                                                                                          22. If in U.S., current nonimmigrant             If in U.S. as F-1, name of school that
 17. Country
                                                                                          status (attach copy of I-94 card and             issued current I-20.
                                                                                          immigration document)

 18. Country of citizenship                                                                   F-1           J-1
                                                                                                                                           Which school’s I-20 will you
                                                                                              Other                                        be using while studying at KU?
 19. City of birth


 20. Country of birth                                                                     Will you be traveling outside the U.S. immediately before coming to KU?            yes     no


 23. Please list dependents (spouse or unmarried, minor children) who will enter on dependent visa and live with you while you attend school in the U.S.:
 Surname                Given name           Date of Birth (month/day/year)          Country of Birth             Country of Citizenship          Gender              Relationship




2013-14                                                                                                                                           THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS                9
 ENROLLMENT INFORMATION
 24. Have you ever applied to KU before?         yes      no                   25. Are you currently enrolled at the KU Applied English Center?                  yes     no

 26. When will you enter KU? Year:                                                     Semester:        fall (August)         spring (January)        summer (June)

 27. Do you plan to seek a degree from KU?        yes        no                28. Your KU classification will be         First-year       Transfer         Other

 29. Enter your proposed field of study from the list on pages 7-8 or write “Undecided” if you have not yet decided what to study.

 30. Did members of your family attend or graduate from KU?
                                                                    name                                                          relationship

 31. How did you hear about KU


 TEST SCORE HISTORY—TOEFL, IELTS, SAT, ACT
 Enter any TOEFL, IELTS, SAT, or ACT
 tests that you have taken or plan to
 take before admission. The TOEFL or          Name of test                                     Name of test                                        Name of test
 IELTS is required for admission to any
 KU undergraduate degree program              Highest score (if known)                         Highest score (if known)                            Highest score (if known)
 unless you are government-sponsored,
 university-sponsored, or otherwise           Date taken or scheduled                          Date taken or scheduled                             Date taken or scheduled
 exempt. You must request that official
 scores be sent by the testing
 organization directly to the University       month          day             year              month         day               year                month         day              year
 of Kansas by the application deadline. If
 we do not receive official scores by the     Has official report been sent                    Has official report been sent                       Has official report been sent
                                              to the University of Kansas?                     to the University of Kansas?                        to the University of Kansas?
 deadline, your application will be
 incomplete. SAT or ACT scores are                yes          no                                  yes          no                                     yes          no
 only required for specific programs.
                                              If yes, date sent to KU                          If yes, date sent to KU                             If yes, date sent to KU


                                               month          day             year              month         day               year                month         day              year

 EDUCATION INFORMATION
 You must list all educational institutions you have attended or plan to attend before entering KU, including intensive language programs, foundation year, college preparatory
 programs, etc. beginning with the current or most recent school. List them in order of attendance. Failure to fully report all schools attended may result in denial of
 admission or dismissal. If necessary, you may attach a separate piece of paper to list all schools attended.
 Are you currently enrolled in a school?        yes      no          May we communicate with your high school counselor?                  yes         no

 If you are a first-year applicant (page 2), you must list and send official transcripts from all secondary institutions you have attended from grades 9 to 12.
 HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION (secondary school)
 School name                                                               City / State / Country

 1.                                                                                                             from                                        to
                                                                                                                         month              year                 month             year

 2.                                                                                                             from                                        to
                                                                                                                         month              year                 month             year

 3.                                                                                                             from                                        to
                                                                                                                         month              year                 month             year
 Expected date of graduation


     month       day            year         Name of graduation or completion document you will receive             School or governing body that will issue your graduation certificate



 If you are a transfer applicant (page 2), you must list and send official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions you have attended, including
 college or university, vocational, or English as Second Language programs.
 POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION (college or university, including English as Second Language programs)

 1.
      School name (in native language with English translation—do not abbreviate)

                                                                               from                                      to
      City / State / Country                                                           month             year                 month              year             degree earned

 2.
      School name (in native language with English translation—do not abbreviate)

                                                                               from                                      to
      City / State / Country                                                           month             year                 month              year             degree earned



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 COURSE WORK IN PROGRESS
 List all courses (not on your transcript) in which you are currently enrolled or that you will finish before entering KU. Attach extra sheets as needed. Give course name, course
 number, the year & term or semester in which you are or will be enrolled, the number of hours per week or credits and predicted grade. You must also submit your final
 transcript showing grades received upon completion of these courses.
 Course name                                     Course number                    Year & term in which you are                     Number of hours               Predicted
                                                                                  or will be enrolled                              per week or credits           grade

                                                                                                    fall    spring     summer


                                                                                                    fall    spring     summer


                                                                                                    fall    spring     summer


                                                                                                    fall    spring     summer


                                                                                                    fall    spring     summer


                                                                                                    fall    spring     summer

 Expected date of graduation


  month        day             year         Name of graduation or completion document you will receive        School or governing body that will issue your graduation certificate



EDUCATIONAL GAP ESSAY                                                                        family member, counselor, friend, etc.) you are required
If you have had any period of time longer than 3 months                                      to	complete	the	Third	Party	Release	Form	(page	12)	
after	high	school	when	you	were	not	enrolled	in	an	                                          and	submit	it	by	the	deadline	with	the	application	for	
educational	program,	write	and	attach	a	short	essay	                                         admission.	Failure	to	provide	this	information	will	
about your activity during that time (see page 2). If you                                    result in delay in processing or deferral of admission.
attended any courses, include that information.
                                                                                             MAILING APPLICATION AND FEE
STUDENT’S FINANCIAL                                                                          Send the application and $75 nonrefundable application
RESOURCE STATEMENT                                                                           fee to the address below. The check or money order should
Credible	and	up-to-date	documentation	of	financial	                                          be made payable to The University of Kansas; it must be
support	must	be	submitted	with	the	application	in	order	                                     drawn from a bank in the U.S.A. and show the mailing
to	prepare	Form	I-20	(for	an	F-1	visa)	or	Form	DS-2019	                                      address of a U.S. bank.
(for a J-1 visa). (See page 2 for details.)
                                                                                             The University of Kansas
For	a	current	estimate	of	expenses,	go	to:	                                                  International Undergraduate Admissions
iss.ku.edu/admissions/cost.shtml                                                             Strong Hall, 1450 Jayhawk Blvd., Room 17
                                                                                             Lawrence, KS 66045-7518
AGENT OR THIRD PARTY RELEASE                                                                 U.S.A.
Is a third party handling your application?
   yes     no                                                                                Telephone: 1-785-864-2616
                                                                                             Fax: 1-785-864-3404
If someone else is completing this application for you,                                      issapps@ku.edu
or	if	you	wish	to	authorize	sharing	information	about	                                       iss.ku.edu/admissions
your	application	with	a	third	party	(educational	agent,	

 APPLICANT’S SIGNATURE
 I	certify	that	all	information	given	on	this	application	is	complete	and	correct	and	will	be	used	to	determine	my	
 admission status. I authorize the university to verify information I have provided. I agree to notify the proper
 officials	of	the	institution	of	any	changes	in	the	information	provided.	I	understand	that	all	application	materials	
 become the property of the University of Kansas and that the application fee is nonrefundable.

 I understand that this application is a legally binding document and falsification or omission of any
 of the academic information will void my admission, cancel my enrollment, and result in appropriate
 disciplinary action.

 Signature of prospective student or person preparing this form                                                                                           Date



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THIRD PARTY RELEASE FORM                                                                       DO YOU NEED TO COMPLETE THIS FORM?
                                                                                               If someone (family member, friend, educational agency, or
                                                                                               agent) is assisting with your application, you must identify
                                                                                               that person. You and your agent must complete this form.
                                                                                               Otherwise, you may leave this form blank.




Applicant’s complete name                                                                                            Date of birth


APPLICANT’S RELEASE STATEMENT (student must sign and date)
I authorize the following person to represent me in applying for admission to the University of Kansas (KU). This representative may contact the KU International
Undergraduate Admissions Office on my behalf. The KU International Undergraduate Admissions Office may communicate directly with this representative.


Applicant’s signature                                                                                                Date


NAME OF MY REPRESENTATIVE (please print)

Agent’s name                                                                                                         Name of agency


Agent’s email                                                                                                        Agent’s phone


Agent’s fax


Address where admission letter, immigration document, and welcome packet should be mailed:


     Applicant’s mailing address (item 5, page 9)


     Applicant’s permanent non-U.S. address (item 13, page 9)


     Other address:
Whose address is this?         Applicant       Agent

AGENT’S RELEASE STATEMENT (agent must sign and date)

As the above named applicant’s representative, I promise to submit the applicant’s actual documents, including educational records, essays, references, communications for
the University of Kansas, and all other materials, and to provide accurate translations of these documents. I will act as a conduit for communications from the University of
Kansas to the applicant and from the applicant to the University of Kansas and will not edit, omit, or editorialize.


Agent’s signature                                                                                                    Date


RETURN THIS FORM TO:

The University of Kansas
International Undergraduate Admissions
Strong	Hall,	1450	Jayhawk	Blvd.,	Room	17
Lawrence,	KS	66045-7518
U.S.A.

Phone: 785-864-2616
Fax:	785-864-3404	
issapps@ku.edu




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