Volleyball vs. UMKC
Sep. 05, 12:00 am
Labor Day - Campus closed
Sep. 05, 12:00 am
2015 Party on the Patio Alumni Event
Sep. 05, 09:00 am
2015 Party on the Patio Alumni Event
Sep. 05, 09:00 am
Jayhawk Day
Sep. 05, 09:00 am

Labor Day - no classes
Sep. 07, 12:00 am
Fall Break Begins
Oct. 10, 12:00 am
Classes Resume
Oct. 14, 12:00 am
Emerging Leaders Academy Graduation
Jan. 29, 03:00 pm

Volleyball vs. UMKC
Sep. 05, 12:00 am
Football vs South Dakota State
Sep. 05, 11:00 am
Football vs. South Dakota St.
Sep. 05, 11:00 am
Volleyball vs UMKC
Sep. 05, 04:00 pm
Soccer vs Oregon State
Sep. 06, 07:00 pm

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KU Bands:
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Basketball & Volleyball Pep Bands*
Jazz Ensembles*
Jazz Combos*
Symphonic Band*
Wind Ensemble*
*Requires an audition. 

KU Choirs:
Bales Chorale
Chamber Choir
Collegium Musicum
Concert Choir
Men’s Glee Club
University Singers
Women’s Chorale
Choir placements are made in August.

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How to join University Band

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How to join Basketball & Volleyball Pep Bands
To be a member of Basketball & Volleyball Pep Bands you must be a member of the Marching Jayhawks.

 

How to join Jazz Ensembles & Combos

 

How to join Symphonic Band

 

How to join Wind Ensemble

 

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