Rock Chalk Days

    Prioritize what matters to you most!

    Our Rock Chalk Days are open house-style events intended for high school juniors or seniors looking to curate their own visit experience.

    Whether you want to dive into academics, campus life, student involvement and organizations, or traditions, these half-day or full-day events allow you to prioritize what matters most to your college experience.

    Upcoming Rock Chalk Days

    Schedule

    This day is similar to an Open House. You pick the sessions you want to attend and customize your Rock Chalk Day experience. 

    College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 
    Exploratory Pathways 
    Pre-Medicine 
    School of Architecture and Design 
    School of Business 
    School of Education and Human Sciences
    School of Engineering 
    School of Health Professions 
    School of Nursing 
    School of Pharmacy 
    School of Social Welfare
    University Honors Program
    William Allen White School of Journalism and Mass Communication  

    College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 
    Exploratory Pathways 
    Pre-Medicine 
    School of Architecture and Design 
    School of Business 
    School of Education and Human Sciences
    School of Engineering 
    School of Health Professions 
    School of Nursing 
    School of Pharmacy 
    School of Social Welfare
    University Honors Program
    William Allen White School of Journalism and Mass Communication  

    Explore our beautiful campus!

    Departments across campus will offer drop-in tours of their buildings.

    Please note that parking on campus is carefully controlled. Complimentary parking will be available in all campus parking lots, but please do not park in handicapped (unless applicable) or reserved parking spaces. You will not pay for parking; register your vehicle for the entire day of your visit (7a - 5p). We have also provided a campus parking map for your convenience.

    There is no experience quite like visiting the University of Kansas! Register now to join us in person for one of our Rock Chalk Days this spring to explore what it means to be a Jayhawk—from outstanding academics to Rock Chalk spirit and traditions.