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Lawrence, KAN - January 17, 2024: Unveiled on September 23, 2023, during the 1923 Jayhawk 100th birthday celebration amid family weekend festivities, the KU Bookstor

Family Weekend Scheduled for September 22-23, 2023

June 15, 2023 – LAWRENCE, KAN: KU Student Affairs is excited to announce Family Weekend will take place September 22-23, 2023. Events will lead up to the KU football game against Brigham Young University at the David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium.  

Ascher Dedication Statue Unveiling

Ascher Dedication Statue Unveiling September 23, 2022– LAWRENCE, KAN: The KU Memorial Union will host an unveiling ceremony for the newest Asher Family Plaza Statue at 1:30 p.m., Friday, September 23, 2022 on Asher Family Plaza.


The Union Friends Organization has selected Sue Buckley as the first recipient of its Union Service Award at Homecoming.  This event will take place on Saturday, October 16th at 11:00am


Brenda Selman, an accomplished painter, returns to her alma mater for a Homecoming exhibit of her recent work. A student of the legendary Robert Sudlow, Brenda creates compelling oil landscapes from her childhood home in the Kansas Flint Hills to the mountains of California. The exhibit will run…

NEW STAND Opens in Burge Union

New Stand is open in time for the fall semester. They are located on the first floor of the Burge Union, directly next to the Coffee House. This location offers a comfortable and welcoming area for students to gather between classes. The atmosphere is meant to relax and entice students throughout…

Grubhub is now available at The DeBruce Center at University of Kansas

Starting this semester, the Courtside Cafe and The CoffeeHouse at the DeBruce Center will be on the GrubHub app, making ordering meals and coffee on the KU campus a snap. All users on campus can get $3 off their first order with the promo code "NOMS." Mo

University of Kansas Memorial Corporation celebrates 100 anniversary

Over 100 years, ago on May 10, 1921, a group met for the first time on The University of Kansas campus to discuss the construction of what would ultimately become a student union -- the home to a number of student groups, Student Senate chambers, and ultimately a "home away from home" for all Jay

KU Union Student Programs Persevere Despite COVID-19 Restrictions

The Big Event KU hosted its fall event, Mini Big Event, in a socially distanced format. Despite the obvious restrictions, students pulled off a safe and successful day of community service. Students were very intentional, from the mask mandate to touchless registration.


We're glad you're back. The Kansas Union, the Burge Union, and the DeBruce Center are officially open and operating. At the KU Memorial Union, we are committed to providing services that foster a sense of community while supporting each other in good times and in bad. As we reopen our doors, we…

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