Graduate Studies staff are currently working remotely. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
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Graduate Education & COVID-19
The information on this page is tailored to graduatuate students, graduate faculty, and graduate staff administrators. If you have questions related to how COVID-19 is affecting services at the University of Kansas, please visit CORONAVIRUS.KU.EDU. If you have questions about how to access and navigate online learning resources, please visit REMOTE.KU.EDU.
Note: If you're not finding the resources or answers you need, please let us know by contacting us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or by submitting to our KU Graduate Studies Suggestion Box.
A Message from the Vice Provost
The COVID-19 crisis has required us all to change how we live and work. It has altered academic plans, interrupted research, and required the rapid implementation of polices and systems that would normally undergo months of vetting. In the interest of protecting our communities, we are staying physically isolated. Yet what the pandemic underscores is that no matter how far apart we are, or how alone we might feel, we are all in this together. The Office of Graduate Studies is grateful for your contributions and the innovative spirit with which you are tackling these unprecedented challenges. We are also heartened by your care and encouragement of one another as you move into remote learning and teaching. Know that our Office is here to support you—if there are resources and/or information you’re currently missing that we can help provide, please let us know. Together, we will get through this crisis and hopefully emerge all the stronger and more connected on the other side.
With great gratitude,
Jennifer A. Roberts
Vice Provost for Graduate Studies
For an archive of additional communications related to COVID-19 sent by the Office of Graduate Studies, please click here.
FAQ for Current & Prospective Graduate Students
Virtual Doctoral Hooding Ceremony
Prospective Student Campus Visits
Prospective students who reach out to our office will be encouraged to contact their program of interest for information about virtual options.
Please continue to visit coronavirus.ku.edu for additional details about campus plans.
The Graduate Scholarly Presentation Travel Fund will resume accepting applications July 1, 2020. If you will incur costs by attending and presenting at a virtual conference, please apply through this link.