Office of Admissions
The Office of Admissions is located on the ground floor of Dykes Library in room G035. Admissions can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (913) 945-7347. All applications are submitted online via the KUMC online application. Applicants for the School of Medicine apply via AMCAS; more information can be found on the School of Medicine web site.
- Guide to KUMC academic programs. Prospective students should contact their program or department of interest before beginning the application.
- KUMC online application. You can make an ApplyWeb account and do not have to finish the application all at once.
- Your application status. After you've applied, you may sign into ApplyWeb to check the status of your application, send reminder emails to recommenders, and view your admissions decision.
- Tuition & Fees
In the online application you will have the opportunity to attach unofficial copies of your transcripts. However, you will also need to submit official copies before you can be fully accepted to the university. Please check with your program to see when in the application process you need to submit your transcripts. These official transcripts should be sent directly to the department to which you are applying. Please check your program's website for mailing addresses and further instructions. Program contact information is also available on page 6 of the KUMC Online Application.
Doctor of Medicine applicants send their transcripts directly to School of Medicine Admissions.
Access to education is one key to opening the doors to mainstream society to people with disabilities. KU Medical Center is fully committed to complying with the laws regarding equal opportunity for all qualified students with disabilities; promoting the full participation of all qualified students in all aspects of campus life; and making reasonable accommodations as are necessary and appropriate to eliminate discrimination or disadvantage on the basis of disability from that its programs and activities.
Students who believe they may need accommodations in this class are encouraged to contact Cynthia Ukoko in the Academic Accommodations Services Office (1007 Dykes), 913-945-7035, as soon as possible to better ensure that such accommodations can be implemented in a timely fashion. Online appointments may also be made here. For online information about academic accommodations visit the Academic Accommodations website