Allen Fieldhouse, one of the most-recognized landmarks on campus. The KU Jayhawks basketball teams play on the fieldhouse's court. Several athletic offices are also found in the fieldhouse.
Budig Hall's facade, which still bears the name "Hoch Auditorium." The structure caught fire after a lightning strike in 1991, and was rebuilt and dedicated in 1997.
Strong Hall, home to KU's administrative offices.
KU's Campanile and WWII memorial. A high-visible landmark which includes a carillon and the names of several students who feel during the Second World War. During graduation ceremonies, students file through the campanile.
Watson Library, found between Fraser and Wescoe Halls. Watson has several floors of texts, digital media, internet access, and study areas.
The Kansas Board of Regents on Wednesday approved a budget request that could get back over three years all the funding that lawmakers and Gov. Mark Parkinson have cut from post-secondary schools this year.
Danforth Chapel, a nondenominational refuge tucked behind Fraser Hall on Jayhawk Boulevard. The chapel is a popular place for meditation, contemplation, and weddings.
The Kansas Union on Jayhawk Boulevard. The Union serves the students in many ways, from an arcade and bowling alley on the first floor, the KU Bookstore on the second floor, several restaurants on the third floor, and student organization offices and meeting rooms.