University of Kansas Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (18)
KU was a great place to attend college. The atmosphere is welcoming. Lawrence is a wonderful college town.
College was unforgettable! I learned so much more than just chemistry! It broadened my scope of the world and was a wondrous experience everyone should have!
If you like sports, KU is the place to be. The community and the city around it is amazing, however it is a basic education you are paying for and it is a big school where there are not a ton of places to be #1 at.
Some professors were a little too focused on research, but overall I had a wonderful experience. I loved the culture of the college.
It was a good experience. The music education program is a hidden jewel. The Scholarship Hall community and other smaller communities are fantastic and a great way to feel like you are at a small college while still being at a large college.
Nice campus, decent teachers, good liberal arts program, good selection of classes
Best four years of my life! Beautiful campus, great variety of people and good learning environments. Highly recommend KU. Rock Chalk!
My university was an above average state school located in a great midwest college town. The campus life and sports programming offered was incredible. Dependent on your major, KU offers very strong degree options. The study abroad program is one of the best in the nation.
KU has a beautiful campus and Lawrence is a wonderful college town. The campus is big, yet both getting to class and going out for the night is still convenient. I was fortunate to have some extremely wonderful and passionate professors. The gym is clean and well managed, the food options on campus are vast, and the campus is a treat to walk through. There is always something going on and new people to meet or a place to find solitude. Not to mention basketball! There is something magical about getting to be a part of that student section. Rock Chalk!
The first year that I was in college, I wasn't very involved. I went home every weekend, and only studied the bare minimum. I felt as though I wasn't getting much out of it. The subsequent years, I participated a lot more in the university experience. I joined clubs relating to my major, worked on research, became friends with my study groups, and participated more fully in class. I enjoyed those years a lot more, and gained a lot of confidence in my field of study. If you're planning on going to college, I heavily advise you to become as involved in your field as possible. This will not only make your college experience more rewarding now, but will better prepare you for your future.