Kansas City University

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This is an article about the defunct university in Kansas. For the university sometimes previously known by the same name located across the state line in Missouri, see University of Missouri–Kansas City. For the health sciences university in Kansas City, Missouri, see Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences

Kansas City University was a private Methodist university in Kansas City, Kansas[1] that was founded 1896[2] and ceased operations in 1933.[3] During the term of college president D. S. Stephens, the university was the site of a church conference between United Brethren and Methodist church conferences where a controversial merger was discussed.[4]

It was the successor-in-interest of Lane University and Campbell College (Kansas).

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Methodist year-book By William Harrison De Puy, 1921
  2. ^ Patterson's American education, Volume 2 by Homer L. Patterson, published 1905, American Educational Company (Chicago) pages 73-76
  3. ^ Missouri Valley Special Collections "Kansas City University"
  4. ^ Boston Evening Transcript "Church Union Discussed" May 16, 1905