|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|University of Kansas Students||9%||15%||61%||19%||2%||3%||1%|
|All Bold.org College Students||11%||21%||37%||25%||2%||2%||1%|
These schools are similar to University of Kansas in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
100% of students
The atmosphere around KU is very welcoming and all the staff is very friendly.
Some classes feel like they are rushed and feels like the teachers are just trying to get through the lesson.
Teachers actually care about you and your grades. They want you to succeed, even if you don't ask for help they offer it. Most of my teachers so far are very understanding and also lenient.
Don't be afraid to ask for help because you will get it because it's literally everywhere.
My favorite things about the University of Kansas have been the community, tradition, and the way it feels like a small, tight-knit University despite its size.
I have no real complaints. I occasionally wish I would've chosen a different career path, but I am thankful for my incredibly supportive professors and advisor!
The living conditions were fantastic. I had access to quality food, toiletry items, and laundry all from the comfort of my dorm building. Additionally, the academics are exceptional. All of my professors truly cared about their students succeeding in their courses.
The cost is the major detractor. There are very few institutional scholarships making it a challenge to continue there without the stress of financials.
I loved my time at KU. The people were amazing & I loved everything about my school. I loved the classes & all my friends. I wish it was more diverse but other than that it was the best four years of my life.
I wish it was more diverse and my personal school building was old.
I thought it was a really good experience. I was nervous obviously because of the distance from home and new school work but I quickly learned a lot. There are many resources for people like myself who are low-income and first-generation. Meeting people is made incredibly easy due to hawk week and the numerous other events offered to freshmen.
Personally, I didn't have any issues this year with KU themselves. Certain staff can be difficult to deal with in terms of attitude but that can be found anywhere.