Hawk Link

The Hawk Link program provides support for you as a new Jayhawk while you navigate your first two years at the University of Kansas. The program is intentionally crafted to support students of color, queer students and undocumented students. Through participation in the Hawk Link living learning community in Oliver Hall, you will have the opportunity to build a community that fosters a strong sense of belonging. Hawk Link provides the following services: individualized academic advising, academic coursework, free tutoring, experiential learning opportunities and seminars.



Contact person:

Cody Charles, Associate Director

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Marginalized identity
  • First-year student

Why this program?

  • Academic support in the form of advising, academic coursework and free tutoring
  • Experiential and service learning opportunities
  • Professional and social seminars
  • Networking opportunities
  • Lasting relationships with peers, faculty and staff
Apply now!

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