KU starts off your bright future with big fun. Hawk Week has so many live and festive events focused on community and inclusivity we couldn’t pack it in seven days and have stretched it to 10. Your path to the future is paved with learning, laughing, and a lot of free stuff.
Hawk Week responsibilities
These required events are valuable to your academic, social, and personal life at KU.
Catch the Jayhawk spirit and learn our traditions at Memorial Stadium. Traditions Night has been postponed because of possible inclement weather. It has been rescheduled for
7 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 21.
Jayhawks Give a Flock
Explore intervention tactics to protect yourself and the KU community. Check the schedule for your designated location.
Saturday, Aug. 20
Attend your academic school or unit’s welcome event. Review the schedule online to make your plans.
Sunday, Aug. 21
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Your future, your choice.
Hawk Week amplifies the potential that awaits you on the hills and in the classrooms of our campus – now, your campus. Welcome home.
Community and Inclusion.
Find your group. Find your inspiration. Find your groove.
Your community adventure begins at Hawk Week
Wellness and Support.
Self-care. Community care. KU cares.
Your path to wellness continues at Hawk Week
Academics and Exploration.
Connect. Engage. Repeat.
Explore your resources at Hawk Week
Hawk Week events occur on campus and through the weekend, so we open special bus routes for students looking to travel to the Hill. Get acquainted with KU’s stellar transportation system.
Contact and Accommodations
Hawk Week has answers.
If you have questions or need more information about Hawk Week, we can help. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you require a reasonable accommodation to participate in Hawk Week, please contact the Center for Orientation & Transition Programs two weeks in advance at email@example.com or 785-864-4270.