As with other colleges, freshman year generally means class sizes in the hundreds. However, the professors and teaching assistants do a relatively good job on relaying information to classes of these sizes. Most of my classes used PowerPoint slides which made it easy to follow along while the professor was lecturing.
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I moved here in 2012 from the big city of Dallas. The campus is beautiful and the weather is perfect. If you love the snow like me you will love KU. the classes are somewhat enjoyable. The basketball life and social life isnt bad either!» Read More
KU is a really friendly atmosphere, with many opportunities to get involved. The University has a ton of great staff many of which attend the university, giving them a better understanding of your questions and concerns. There is a Student Alumni Association that allows you to connect with past alumni as well as offer many internship and job opportunities.» Read More
The University of Kansas is a great place to be! I am so happy with my choice to be here and would recommend it to anybody I know! Being on campus is just an overall amazing experience and if you're thinking about being here you should definitely take a campus tour!» Read More
KU is a quality school. I attend the Med Center, and have taken many science classes on the Med Center and Lawrence campuses, as well as Edwards. The education for my program is top-notch and well-regarded by professionals in my chosen career path.» Read More