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Commencement:

For accessibility concerns related to commencement, visit the KU Commencement website.

Campus Visit:

Planning a visit to the campus to consider becoming a future Jayhawk? Contact the visitors center if you need an accommodation during the visit. You can find the accessibility features of campus buildings on this map (PDF).

Parking:

If you are coming to the campus and need accessible parking, follow the directions on the parking website for options.

Spencer Museum:

The Spencer Museum of Art offers accommodations for visitors to the museum and other art events they sponsor.

KU Athletics:

The KU Athletics Department works to promote accessibility at their events and has accessibility information available on their website.

Theaters:

The University Theatre offers accommodations to their full scale productions of musicals, dramas, comedies, and operas.

Accommodations are also available at the Lied Center.

Hawk Route:

The Hawk Route (PDF) provides an accessible route for getting from Sunnyside Avenue to Jayhawk Blvd and back.




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