Wounded Warrior Scholarship

KU is proud to offer a Wounded Warrior Scholarship for disabled military servicemembers, veterans, primary caregivers, and surviving spouses/children studying at KU. Continuing in the Fall semester of 2015, KU will offer scholarships up to $10,000, which are renewable for up to four years. Learn more...

KU Student Veterans Center

KU Veterans Service Center

The new KU Student Veterans Center (KU SVC) will be opening in early 2017. The new KU SVC will establish a “one-stop shop” for veteran services and addressing the three crucial phases of the student veteran’s university education: (1) transition from the military to the campus (first-year experience); (2) persistence to graduation; and (3) transition from the campus to the civilian workforce. This important center will be a valued addition to the support our Student Veterans currently receive at KU. For more information, or to see how you can help, see the KU Student Veteran Center. If you wish to make a donation to help fund this important resource for our Veterans, check out LAUNCH KU.


    

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Students, Fort Riley Soldiers will team up for cyberdefense competition​ Learn more here

KU School of Business earns No. 4 spot on Best for Vets list - Learn more here.

Navy veteran who studied for decades finally achieves his graduation goals - See full story here

KU ranked as No. 10 best school in the country for veterans - See more here

 

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