KU Summer Camps

This summer, the University of Kansas again will offer a variety of academic and athletic camps for children of all ages. Check our complete online guide to find a camp for you. All camps take place on the Lawrence campus unless otherwise noted. Browse camps »

Imposter fossils

New findings by geologists at KU show that microscopic structures many scientists had thought to be the oldest evidence of life on Earth really are bits of hematite, a lifeless mineral. Photos & more info »

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Follow @KUOread on Twitter

Oread used to show up in your mailbox, then in your inbox. Now, you can follow Oread wherever you go. That’s right, we're Tweeting. Twitter.com/kuoread »

Scene on campus

Considered one of the most beautiful campuses in the nation, KU's main campus occupies 1,000 acres on and around Mount Oread in Lawrence, a community of 88,500 among the forested hills of eastern Kansas.
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Campus closeup
Andrew Shoemaker, associate director, Disability Resources
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