Resources for AEC Students

The Applied English Center provides a wide range of student support services including a cross-cultural advising office, The Point (a tutorial support center), conversation groups, and student activities including cultural and educational trips to nearby sites like the Kansas State History Museum in the state capital Topeka, and the Nelson-Atkins Art Museum in Kansas City.

LEO Lab

 

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Cross-cultural Advising

 

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The Point

 

 

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AEC Student Handbook

 

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AEC Newsline

 

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Conversation Groups and Activities

 

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AEC Digital Library

 

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One of the first 12 intensive English programs in the United States
Each semester year, the AEC enrolls about 250 students representing more than 35 countries on six continents.
Start working on your degree now! You can take university classes for credit at the same time you are taking English classes.
Earn university credits now! You can use 9 AEC credits as elective credits toward your KU degree in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Business, and Architecture.
Fulfill a university requirement! Completion of your English proficiency requirements means you have finished your foreign language requirement at the University of Kanas.
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