Hall of Fame Criteria
The University of Kansas Athletics Hall of Fame has been established to formally recognize outstanding individual and team achievements and to preserve the heritage and tradition of the University's intercollegiate athletics program. The Hall of Fame display is located in the Booth Family Hall of Athletics. The Director of Athletics shall serve as the executive officer of the Hall of Fame and will thus assume responsibility for its upkeep and preserving.
Eligibility for Individuals
Individual athletes and teams shall be eligible for the Hall of Fame by achieving any of the following (five-year waiting period after the Hall of Fame qualifications have been achieved):
Eligibility for Teams, Coaches and Athletics Directors
Qualifying for the Hall of Fame does not guarantee admittance. The K-Club will be the caretaker of the Hall of Fame. The K-Club Board will make recommendations to the Athletics Director for admittance, according to individuals or teams meeting the criteria. Additionally, an inductee may be removed from the Hall of Fame for any action that brings dishonor to the University of Kansas. The K-Club Board would first vote to remove someone. The Athletics Director would make the final decision to accept or deny K-Club's suggestion.
Eligibility for Special Admittance
Other criteria to be considered for teams and individual is an accomplishment or contribution to a sport of such high stature that it is recognized nationally and subsequently has brought distinction and honor to those involved and to the University of Kansas.
Finally, the athletics department shall have the ability to admit no more than one special exemption per year. This exemption shall be for something exceptional that does not fit into any other criteria previously mentioned.
The Director of Athletics shall make all final decisions relative to admittance.