Services for International Employees & Scholars

Request access to iHawk

A department or administrative user of iHawk is normally a department administrator, KU faculty member or member of the Shared Service Center.  This user will very often initiate a request process in iHawk.  Furthermore this department user does not have to have hiring authority at KU as many E-forms will have the ability for a second-approver to review, sign off on information, or submit correct information.

download instructions (pdf)

  1. Open a web browser and navigate to the iHawk website: https://ihawk.ku.edu.
  2. Click on the link for Administrative Service for University Departments located in the bottom left-hand corner. (image)
  3. Log into iHawk using your KU online ID and password
  4. Once you have successfully authenticated, make sure that the options under the Departmental Service tab on the left-hand side are expanded. (image)
  5. Select Departmental Access Request link
  6. Complete the required field to request departmental access
    1. Your KU online ID should be pre-populated
    2. For Campus questions, you will need to select the University of Kansas
    3. For Department question, enter the KU Department for which you work.
  7. Once you have completed the Departmental Access Request Form, electronically "sign" the form by checking the box in the confirmation statement and clicking the "Request Access" button.
  8. If you have attended the proper training, your request for access to iHawk will be approved within 3 days.  If you need access sooner, please send an email to International Programs at intlscholar@ku.edu and we will expedite the approval.

International Calendar

Founded in 1964 as part of a Ford Foundation campus internationalization grant
One of the first 12 intensive English programs in the United States
Each semester, the AEC enrolls about 250 students representing more than 35 countries on six continents
The Applied English Center offers field trips and conversation groups to our students
One of 34 U.S. public institutions in the prestigious Association of American Universities
44 nationally ranked graduate programs.
—U.S. News & World Report
Top 50 nationwide for size of library collection.
—ALA
5th nationwide for service to veterans —"Best for Vets: Colleges," Military Times