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KCUMB offers several publications that showcase our University and the accomplishments of our alumni, faculty and students.
KCUMB Magazine is an award-winning publication distributed three times a year to bring you in-depth stories on topics of interest in your profession, plus interesting alumni news, campus developments and updates on KCUMB's research, community involvement and education.
Marc B. Hahn, D.O., FAOCA, president and chief executive officer of KCUMB, shares news, events and how the University is accomplishing our strategic initiatives.
KCUMB's annual reports and lists of donors recognize the generous contributions of our supporters.
As KCUMB embraces its new mission and embarks on a path toward implementation of its key initiatives during the next several years, the University recognizes that the Strategic Plan will guide our decision-making and resource allocation. However, it is also an ever-evolving document that can and should be regularly reviewed and revised. With this principle in mind, we look forward to exploring KCUMB’s potential as we strive to meet the challenges of another 100 years of educating students.
Beginning in 2012, KCUMB engaged students, faculty, staff and administrators, in partnership with Helix Architecture, to outline a Campus Master Plan. These renovations and additions to our campus will ensure that KCUMB has the best possible academic resources for its students, and the University community has the top-notch facilities necessary to continue to grow and compete in its next 100 years. | View full Campus Master Plan (flip PDF) | See a birds-eye view (.jpg)
* Note: The Strategic Plan and the Campus Mater Plan are offered as
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