QUALIFIED ADMISSIONS RULES & REGULATIONS


Effective for Students Graduating from High School and Applying for Admission Prior to the 2015 Summer Session
 

Regulation Description
88-29-1 Definitions
88-29-2 Scope
88-29-3 Categories of admissions
88-29-4 Qualifications required for the admission of an applicant with 24
or more transferable credit hours
88-29-5  Qualifications required for the admission of a Kansas resident 
who is under the age of 21
88-29-6 Qualifications required for the admission of a Kansas resident
who is 21 or older
88-29-7 Qualifications required for the admission of a nonresident who
is under the aged of 21
88-29-7a Qualifications required for the admission of a nonresident who
is 21 or older
88-29-8 The exception window for resident freshman class admissions
88-29-8a The exception window for resident transfer admissions
88-29-8b The exception window for nonresident transfer admissions
88-29-8c The exception window for nonresident freshman class admissions
88-29-9  Admission policies for state educational institutions 
88-29-10 Methods for state educational institutions to use when evaluating
qualifications for admission
88-29-11 Requirements for the qualified admission precollege curriculum
88-29-12 Establishment of a qualified admissions precollege curriculum by
an accredited high school in Kansas
*88-29-13 Content requirements for qualified admission computer technology
courses
88-29-14 Content requirements for qualified admission English courses
88-29-15 Content requirements for qualified admission mathematics courses
88-29-16 Content requirements for qualified admission natural science
courses
88-29-17 Content requirements for qualified admission social science
courses
88-29-18 Functional equivalents of the qualified admission precollege
curriculum; residents
88-29-19 Functional equivalents of the qualified admission precollege
curriculum; nonresidents

 *Not required for students seeking admission to state universities
 

Effective for Students who Graduate from High School and/or Apply for Admission in the 2015 Summer Session or Later
 

Regulations Description
88-29a-1 Definitions
88-29a-2 Scope
88-29-3 Categories of admissions
88-29-4 Qualifications required for the admission of an applicant with 24
or more transferable credit hours
88-29a-5  Qualifications required for the admission of a Kansas resident 
who is under the age of 21
 
88-29a-6  Qualifications required for the admission of a Kansas resident
who is 21 or older
 
88-29a-7  Qualifications required for the admission of a nonresident who
is under the age of 21
 
88-29a-7a Qualifications required for the admission of a nonresident who
is 21 or older
88-29a-8 The exception window for resident freshman class admissions
88-29-8a The exception window for resident transfer admissions
88-29-8b The exception window for nonresident transfer admissions
88-29a-8c The exception window for nonresident freshman class
admissions
88-29a-9 Admission policies for state educational institutions
88-29a-10 Methods for state educational institutions to use when evaluating
qualifications for admission
88-29a-11 Requirements for the qualified admission precollege curriculum
88-29-12 Establishment of a qualified admission precollege curriculum by
an accredited high school in Kansas
88-29a-18 Functional equivalents of the qualified admission precollege
curriculum; residents
88-29a-19 Functional equivalents of the qualified admission precollege
curriculum; nonresidents

 

Effective for Students who Graduate from High School and/or Apply for Admission at the University of Kansas for the 2016 Summer or Later

The University of Kansas' new admission standards are effective in summer 2016.  The five other state universities will not use KU's summer 2016 standards to evaluate applicants for admission.
 

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