Fall 2020 Resources for Students
Updated on August 24, 2020 at 9:00 a.m.
Learning and studying
Please review the resources below and make sure you have access to these services:
- Blackboard: blackboard.ku.edu/students/resources
- Zoom: kansas.zoom.us
- KU email: technology.ku.edu/email/owa
- Microsoft Teams: howto.ku.edu/microsoft-teams
KU IT provides a diverse range of technology support for KU students through its customer service center. KU IT is also offering technology lending programs during the fall 2020 semester. Learn more at help.ku.edu/technology.
Additional university resources are available in the “studying” section of remote.ku.edu.
KU Law Student Emergency Fund
In an effort to make sure an unforeseen circumstance doesn’t prevent a student from continuing on to graduation, the University of Kansas School of Law has established the Student Emergency Fund. The fund provides one-time grants of up to $500 to students in need of emergency financial assistance. Grants do not need to be repaid. Students can apply for assistance by contacting Leah Terranova at email@example.com or sending her a completed application form. Gift cards to Dillons or other grocery stores are also available for students struggling with food insecurity. Please contact Leah Terranova to obtain a card.
- Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
- Watkins Health Services
- Campus Cupboard
- Student Emergency Aid Network
Legal databases and study guides
KU Law students enjoy remote access to numerous electronic legal research databases covering a wide range of resources and subjects. Visit the law library's Legal Databases page to access those services. Most databases can be accessed off-campus using your KU Online ID.
KU Law students also have remote access to numerous law librarian-curated Research & Study Guides. These carefully tailored resources cover numerous areas of law and provide information on topics of interest to law students. Recent additions include: