Future Jayhawks receive an exclusive, KU-themed gift upon each annual membership. They will also receive a special birthday card from Baby Jay and other goodies to keep them connected to KU traditions! We’ll follow your fledgling from birth to high-school graduation.
Summer Reading Challenge
Watch your mailbox in June for the annual Summer Reading Challenge. Read 31 books or 31 hours in 31 days during July! If you can’t read, don’t worry—we’ll count books that are read to you.
Summer Activity Sheets
Whether you’re going on vacation or enjoying a staycation, our Jayhawk activity sheets will keep your Future Jayhawk entertained. Click on a sheet below to open a PDF you can print. Or, click here to print Jayhawk coloring sheets.
Where in the World is your Jayhawk?
Download a flat Jayhawk, take it with you on your summer adventures, and send us pictures! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, post them on our Facebook page or share them on Twitter or Instagram using #futurejayhawks.
Legacy Recruitment Program
Help us identify future Jayhawks by sharing with us the names of prospective KU students who are in the sixth grade or older. After you complete the Legacy Recruitment Program form, your future ‘Hawk will become part of the Office of Admissions mailing list and will receive information about KU. (Note: A student who has already applied for admission to KU is already on the mailing list.) Contact Joy Maxwell at email@example.com for more information.
Want to learn more about KU?
Prospective students who want to learn more about the University of Kansas should visit the KU Office of Admissions at www.admissions.ku.edu. There you can schedule a campus visit, view application requirements, and learn about scholarships and costs for freshmen.