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Registration is open for the fifth edition of Kansas University’s Mini College, a four-day-long experience on the Lawrence campus that includes a variety of courses and extracurricular activities.
This year’s Mini College will run from June 3 to June 6. It’s open to anyone, KU alumni or not.
Subjects of the non-credit courses this year will include Italian cooking, the city of London, stand-up comedy and science of cancer. Other activities this year will include a Dean’s Panel, featuring deans from KU’s different schools, and a graduation party at Liberty Hall in downtown Lawrence. Participants can stay on the campus if they like, in suites at Margaret Amini Scholarship Hall, for an additional cost.
The cost of the program is $250. More details are available at minicollege.ku.edu, where participants can also register.
The Mini College program is operated by KU’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, with help from other campus schools and offices.