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KU's Digital Signage solution provides a single campuswide system to support the informational, promotional, branding and emergency broadcast needs of the University, and individual schools and departments.
Enroll & Pay is KU's Student Information System. Enroll online, check your grades, pay tuition, put money on your KU card, and more.
KU’s eWaste recycling service provides a way for obsolete, unused or unwanted electronic equipment or data storage devices to be securely recycled.
KU partners with Apogee (ResNet) to provide advanced network services and cable TV to campus residence halls, scholarship halls and on-campus apartments.
The University of Kansas' Human Resource and Payroll System.
Use your KU Card to pay for meals, lab printing, check out Library books, and more.
KU provides the following directory services: KU Online Directory, KU People Search, KU Telephone Directory Assistance.
The myKU portal is a central hub for information and online services at KU. myKU makes it easy for students, faculty and staff to access many of KU's online services all from a single location.
myCommunity is a place where KU faculty, staff, researchers and students can come together to collaborate, share ideas and advance knowledge. Built on the Sharepoint Online platform, myCommunity let’s you customize your own spaces for projects, teams and groups using a single dynamic tool. Within myCommunity, KU students, faculty and staff have 1TB of free cloud storage via OneDrive for Business and access to online versions of Microsoft Office products through Office 365.
Looking to get involved at KU? Explore 600+ student organizations or register your organization at KU's Rock Chalk Central (managed by KU SILC).
Schedule of classes offered at KU, including how many seats are available.
With an understanding of your KU project, program and portfolio goals, our Technology Instruction & Engagement team can help you identify what solutions are currently available at KU and what additional solutions exist in the marketplace, develop business use cases to illustrate how those solutions will meet your needs, and develop a project plan.