Welcome to the University of Kansas Parent Association

The KU Parent Association is here to enhance communication between the University and families of KU students. Our purpose is to foster the University partnership with families in providing a quality education experience.

If you're a parent or a family member of a KU student (undergraduate or graduate), you're already a member. There are no forms to sign or dues to pay. We are committed to enhancing your experiences at the University while your student is here at KU.

                                    Parent Break Station at University of Kansas Move-In

                                                                                                                             

Student Affairs Shares

We are excited to present Student Affairs Shares, a presentation where staff members share information and resources on our campus with Parents and Family. 

Please watch for further updates as we look to return in the fall, and welcome KU's Provost Barbara Bichelmeyer!

Please watch the video below to learn more about returning to campus this fall.

Please watch the video below to learn about Student Services.

 

Please watch the video below to learn about Being Home for the Semester Break.

 

Please Watch the video below to learn about Parking, Transit and Dining

 

Please watch the video below to learn about moving in KU Student housing

 

Please watch the video below to learn a bit more about mental health services available to students on our campus.

Sign up for the KU Parent Newsletter

KUPA Updates

Parent Assistance

Contact the Parent Assistance Line for help or to answer questions - 785-864-5872, or by email at parents@ku.edu.


Facebook Parents of currently enrolled students are invited to join the KU Parents/Family Facebook group.  It is a private group and you will be asked for your student's first and last name.  If your student is admitted for Fall 2021, Admissions will start a new group just for you in August 2020.   


 


 


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