KU Holds Multi-Cultural Road Show in Topeka

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KU recruiters stopped in Topeka Tuesday on their state-wide tour aiming to increase student diversity.

A reception was held at the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library Tuesday night for the 6th annual multi-cultural road show.

KU staff members presented information on financial aid, housing and admissions, and answered questions and gave advice to prospective students.

Staff members travel to community centers, churches, and high schools throughout Kansas to help attract students of color.

They will be in Wichita Wednesday.