State Fair

The Kansas State Fair, held in early September annually in Hutchison, attracts more than 300,000 people of all ages, giving KU an opportunity to showcase the advantages of being a Jayhawk and how the school serves the state.  Be sure to stop by to ask questions and grab giveaways.  We'll see you there!

Check out the Kansas State Fair.

We are seeking volunteers for the 2014 Kansas State Fair!  Bring your winning smile to share the KU message at this year's fair. 


Can you guess what year our throwback photo was taken? We’ll give you a hint: Memorial Stadium became a nest. Tags: Kansas Jayhawks Big Jay Baby Jay #KUtbt #TBT #KUexperience #Jayhawks Photo credit: University Archives in Spencer Research Library.

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