KU Medical Center strives to educate exceptional health care professionals through a full range of undergraduate, graduate, professional, postdoctoral and continuing education programs. We operate three schools:
KU Medical Center actively seeks to advance the health sciences through world-class research programs.
The Office of Academic Accommodations helps to facilitate and provide equal educational access and opportunity for all members of our community. We work closely with faculty in each school to provide reasonable accommodations to qualified students. We offer support services to students who have documented disabilities or impairments and demonstrate the need for specific academic adjustments.
A.R. Dykes Library is engaging minds through the discovery and sharing of knowledge by connecting people with information anywhere, anytime.
KU Medical Center is home to The University of Kansas Cancer Center, a National Cancer Institute-designated cancer center (one of only 71 NCI-designated centers in the country), as well as a National Institutes of Health-designated Alzheimer's Disease Center (one of only 32 such centers in the country).
Its main campus at the corner of 39th Street and Rainbow Avenue in Kansas City, Kan., consists of the University of Kansas School of Medicine, School of Nursing and School of Health Professions, as well as The University of Kansas Hospital, which is a separate entity. The School of Medicine — the only medical school in Kansas — also has campuses in Wichita and Salina. The KU School of Nursing has campuses in Kansas City and Salina.
As part of the continuum of health care at KUMC, Kirmayer provides an integrated outlet for recreation, wellness and fitness.
The University of Kansas is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (hlcommission.org), a regional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. This institution has been continuously accredited since 1913.
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