MARCH 17, 2020 ANNOUNCEMENT

DUE TO COVID-19 CONCERNS, CLASSES TO BE ONLINE FOR THE SPRING SEMESTER, CAMPUS PRESENCE TO BE REDUCED

On March 17, the University of Kansas issued the following updates for the Lawrence and Edwards campuses, effective immediately:

  • All instruction will be online for the remainder of the spring semester
  • There will be a significantly reduced on-campus presence for students, staff and faculty
  • KU Housing will be limited only to residents who need to maintain a physical presence on the Lawrence campus

More information is available at: https://coronavirus.ku.edu/

In the meantime, prospective students may take a virtual tour of the KU Geology Department here


 

 

The KU Department of Geology is a vibrant and diverse program that educates future geoscientists and drives cutting-edge interdisciplinary research addressing some of Earth’s most pressing issues impacting humanity. With world class facilities, award-winning faculty, and a strong sense of community, our program is ideally situated to support you through your degree and your professional career.

 

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