We understand the transition to KU can be challenging.  In particular, the first and second years are critical for underrepresented populations.  Therefore, we provide academic enrichment that includes advising, tutoring, and seminars that enhance the retention and the successful matriculation of students.

Academic retention-based program designed to assist students of color and/or first-generation college students in navigating their first year at KU.

A major-specific scholarship and mentoring program designed for students of color and/or first-generation college students.

Haskell/KU Exchange Program

The purpose of the Haskell/KU Exchange Program is to give students at the University of Kansas an opportunity to take a class at Haskell Indian Nations University.  Visit www.haskellpartnership.ku.edu for more information.

Initiative for Maximizing Student Development (IMSD)

IMSD is designed to enhance the experience of a diverse group of students at KU who are interested in pursuing graduate study and a research career in a field related to biomedical research.

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Congratulations to Nicole and Sean Gilmore, Hawk Link graduates who are entering into graduate study at the University of Washington! Nicole joins the School of Social Work, concentrating on Administration & Policy Practice. Sean is studying Medical Speech-Language Pathology. Rock Chalk, ladies!
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