Academic Finale

As a senior, you still have many academic opportunities to explore.  Take your learning to the next level, with a capstone course in your major, an undergraduate research project, or other opportunities to put your classroom learning into practice.  Use an elective to explore a new subject area.  Refine your goals by taking LA&S 492 Job Search Strategies.  

Undergraduate Research

  • Students interested in completing an undergraduate research project should consider applying for an undergraduate research funding award.
  • Students completing undergraduate research should consider presenting their research at the annual Undergraduate Research Symposium or publishing their work in the Journal of Undergraduate Research.
  • Contact cur@ku.edu or stop by 151 Strong Hall for more information.

Experiential Learning

  • Students looking to add a great experience to their resume should speak with an academic advisor about completing a certificate program—or more than one!
  • Students with questions about the certificate programs can find information at Certifications in Experiential Learning or stop by 151 Strong Hall.

Visit the KU Writing Center

  • Even if you have done very little writing thus far in your academic career, as a senior you may be writing a thesis, a paper for a capstone course, graduate school applications, resumes and CVs, and application letters for employment. For any of these projects, the KU Writing Center can provide feedback and support.
  • We've been working with seniors just like you for the past 15 years, and we know what it takes to graduate and to take the next step in your life journey.

Help us feed hungry Jayhawks 

Because when you feel well, you do well.  And you can’t feel well if you are not getting enough quality food to eat.

The Divine Nine Campaign 

Your support can help give black Greek letter organizations a permanent home at KU.

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