Enroll at Your High School
After talking with your high school counselor, enroll in Jayhawk Blueprint course(s) at your high school. This usually happens in the spring when you enroll in your other high school classes.
Complete the Sign-Up Form
After you have enrolled at your high school, you will need to fill out the online sign-up form. This must be done every semester, even if you have taken a Jayhawk Blueprint course before.
Apply & Set Up Your KU Online ID
Once you fill out the sign-up form, you will have to apply to KU as a non-degree seeking student. If you took a Jayhawk Blueprint course in the fall, you do not have to apply again in the spring. If this is your first Jayhawk Blueprint course for the academic year (or ever), you will have to fill out the free non-degree seeking application.
You will receive a letter from Admissions with your KU ID number. This will allow you to set-up your KU Online ID, KU email, and password. Your KU Online ID allows you to log-in to Enroll & Pay and view your course(s), pay your bill, and set your parent/guardian as a delegate, etc. It also allows you to order a transcript online. Contact your high school counselor if you need your KU ID number. If you need help accessing your KU Online ID, contact Melissa Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wait for the KU Jayhawk Blueprint Team to Enroll You
You will be enrolled by KU staff members. Once enrolled, log in to your Enroll & Pay account with your KU Online ID and password to view your course(s), access your tuition/fees bill, and set your parent/guardian as a delegate, etc. The Jayhawk Blueprint team will only register you for the current semester because KU registers for classes by semester, instead of by year like your high school.
Pay for Your Course(s)
The last step is to pay for your Jayhawk Blueprint course(s). Payment is made to the University of Kansas online through the Enroll & Pay system using an eCheck or a Credit/Debit card. Check your KU email for important payment deadlines. We also recommend setting a parent/guardian as a delegate if they plan to pay your bill.