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The Crimson and Blue Society (“CBS”) is a co-curricular initiative designed to expose KU students to the university's vast amount of opportunities and resources and provide them with a roadmap to develop skills through experiences beyond the classroom.  Students who complete the curriculum are rewarded with membership in the Crimson and Blue Society, a distinguished and selective honor's society that includes the following privileges:

Crimson and Blue Society certificates

Expanded professional network

Resume booster

Invitation to exclusive alumni events

CBS is designed to achieve a variety of key learning outcomes that enhance the KU experience for students.  The learning outcomes include:
  • Creates meaningful connections through campus involvement
  • Promotes acquiring knowledge from a range of disciplines
  • Uses campus experiences to develop personal and professional skills
  • Stimulates intrapersonal and interpersonal development
  • Guide students towards identifying and developing their leadership skills

CBS categorizes KU's opportunities and resources into 8 achievement areas:
  1. Academic Endeavors and Accomplishment
  2. Civic Engagement / Community Service
  3. Creativity and the Arts
  4. Cultural and Global Awareness
  5. Health and Wellness
  6. Leadership and Involvement
  7. Professional and Career Development
  8. Spirit, Pride and Tradition

How to earn membership in the Crimson and Blue Society:
  1. Login to RockChalkCentral.ku.edu using your KU Student ID and password
  2. Participate in campus events, programs and organizations listed on the Crimson and Blue Society Curriculum
  3. Complete the necessary items under each of the 8 achievement areas
  4. Earn membership in the Crimson and Blue Society.

Contact CBS@ku.edu for more information

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