Mini College is a week-long program developed by the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences. It has been providing lifelong learners the opportunity to rediscover the student experience since summer 2009.

As the largest academic unit at the University of Kansas, the College is uniquely positioned to offer a broad program that satisfies a wide variety of interests. We teach courses that span the humanities, natural sciences and mathematics, social and behavioral sciences, international and interdisciplinary studies, and the arts.

With courses ranging from astrophysics to English and art to economics and everything in between, everyone is sure to find something to enjoy. Plus, with numerous extracurricular activities and social events, it's hard not to make new friends while you're here.

Mini College is open to all adults, not just KU alumni, so tell your friends and neighbors, and invite them to experience a KU education.

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Strong Hall, Room 200


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