Sesquicentennial celebration

Posted on Sep 12, 2016 in Alumni News, Campus News, and News

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"KU's First Morning" by Streeter BlairThe KU Alumni Association is commemorating the 150th anniversary of KU’s first day of classes on September 12, 1866, with a 15-hour sale on membership. Starting at 9 a.m. on September 12, Jayhawks can receive a $15 discount on Annual Memberships and a 15% discount on Life Memberships. The sale lasts until midnight.

A limited-edition KU keepsake, a print of Streeter Blair’s painting KU’s First Morning in 1866, is also being offered for sale exclusively to members, thanks to a partnership with KU’s Spencer Museum of Art. Details about the promotion can be found at kualumni.org/ku150 along with a summary of other sesquicentennial celebrations that have taken place throughout the year.

Alumni support has been a longstanding tradition at the University of Kansas. The KU Alumni Association is grateful for the 42,000 proud members who have helped make KU a truly great university. Learn more.

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