Exchange Program

KU and Haskell students will be enrolled and pay tuition to their home institution for the amount of credit hours that apply.  There are no additional costs to participate in this program except for any listed course fees. The Haskell/KU Exchange Program does not qualify the KU students for in-state tuition & fees.

Costs and scholarships

For more information about eligibility, see the Costs & Scholarships page. Haskell students may also be eligible for academic programs that provide scholarship funding such as the Multicultural Scholars Program or the Initiative for Maximizing Student Development.

Financial Aid

The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships can provide information about how to finance your KU education, including information about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Learn more about the financial aid process.


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