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UNIVERSITY CREED I promise to strive for academic excellence and freedom by promoting an environment of creativity and discovery. I promise to pursue all endeavors with integrity and compete with honesty. I promise to embrace diversity and inclusion and to respect the dignity and humanity of others. I promise to contribute to my University and community through leadership and service. Office of Undergraduate Admission and University Registrar 100 W.D. Funkhouser Building Lexington, Kentucky 40506-0054 1-866-900-GO-UK (toll free) @seeblue

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I promise to fulfill my commitments and remain accountable to others. We believe in the University of Kentucky and will forever honor our alma mater.

3 WILLIAM T. YOUNG LIBRARY 1 MAIN BUILDING UK’s oldest building has a rich history of visionary thinking that dates back to 1882. Today, it houses the President’s office, classrooms and the Visitor Center.

The University of Kentucky is proud to be home to one of the world’s best leading research libraries. William T. Young Library is the crown jewel of the UK library system. The library measures 365,000 square feet, seats 4,000 people, and houses 1.2 million volumes.


4 W.D. Funkhouser Building

Memorial Hall is the most photographed building on campus. With its iconic steeple stretching 135 feet high, you could say it represents the lofty aspirations UK has for students and our state.

The building with the funky name honors former chairman of the zoology department and dean of the Graduate School, William Funkhouser. It’s home to Undergraduate Admissions, the Registrar, Financial Aid, Student Account Services, Veterans Resource Center, Housing Assignment, offices and classrooms.

5 COMMONWEALTH STADIUM It’s where 70,000 members of Big Blue Nation meet up during football season for a celebration that lasts all day.

6 MEDICAL CENTER UK is one of only a few universities in the U.S. with all six health-related programs – dentistry, health sciences, medicine, nursing, pharmacy and public health. Our health care graduates are always in demand.


200+ career paths... and a few off the beaten path.

Accounting Agricultural Biotechnology Agricultural Economics Agriculture Animal Sciences Anthropology Architecture Art Education Art History and Visual Studies Art Studio Arts Administration Biology Biosystems Engineering Career and Technical Education Chemical Engineering Chemistry Chinese Language and Literature Civil Engineering Classics Clinical Leadership and Management Communication Sciences and Disorders Communication Community and Leadership Development Computer Engineering Computer Science Dietetics Early Elementary Education Economics Electrical Engineering English Environmental and Sustainability Studies Equine Science and Management Family Science Finance Food Science Foreign Language and International Economics Forestry French Gender and Women’s Studies Geography Geological Sciences German Health Promotion History Horticulture, Plant and Soil Sciences

Hospitality Management and Tourism Human Health Sciences Human Nutrition Integrated Strategic Communication Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education Interior Design International Studies Japanese Language and Literature Journalism Kinesiology (Physical Education) Landscape Architecture Linguistics Management Marketing Materials Engineering Mathematical Economics Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Media Arts and Studies Medical Laboratory Science Merchandising, Apparel and Textiles Middle Level Education Mining Engineering Music – Liberal Arts Music Education Music Performance Natural Resources and Environmental Science Philosophy Physics Political Science Pre-Nursing Psychology Russian Studies Secondary English Education Secondary Mathematics Education Secondary Science Education Secondary Social Studies Education Social Work Sociology Spanish Special Education: Learning and Behavior Disorders Special Education: Moderate/Severe Disabilities Theatre Topical Major Undergraduate Studies 2


100,000 hours of service completed by UK students each year.

499+ ways to find yourself and a few new friends. Student organizations range from academic, social, religious, club sports, intramurals, arts, cultural, media, political and special interest. Try one or two or 37.

2,800 in one day through UK FUSION, a service event where students team up to make a difference. Before you change the world, start with your neighborhood.

$5,148,811 donated to DanceBlue since 2006. Dance with a purpose in a 24-hour no-sitting, no-sleeping dance marathon to raise money for pediatric cancer.

40 social fraternities and sororities are engaged in every aspect of campus.

100+ campus events include concerts, movies, comedians, forums and a whole lot more. 4



1. fill this out Complete the combined application for admission, competitive scholarships and the honors program at Pay the processing fee, $50 domestic or $60 international.

2. send these in Have your ACT or SAT score(s) sent to UK; scores listed on high school transcripts are not accepted. ACT code: 1554 SAT code: 1837 - Official high school transcript - Academic letter of recommendation/form (available at

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3. come visit Visit campus to explore all that UK has to offer. Call (859) 257-3595 or visit

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5. make yourself at home Complete the housing and living learning program application.

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8. don’t forget remember these dates:


The priority application deadline for federal/state aid is February 15. The application deadline for the Honors Program and competitive scholarships is January 15. For automatic scholarships, the deadline to be admitted with qualifying scores and GPA on file in admission is March 1. The priority deadline for first-time, first year students is February 15.

Complete all other necessary steps by February 15 for priority admissions consideration for the fall semester. Applying for scholarships or honors? Your application deadline is January 15.

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Best College Town

THE SOUTH STARTS HERE Depending on your view, Kentucky is the

Ranked #5 by Livability’s Top 10 College Towns 2013.

Urban and Rural UK’s campus is on the edge of a lively downtown, yet it is surprisingly close to the breathtaking beauty of rolling Bluegrass landscape.

World-Class Thoroughbred racing at Keeneland is a long-running tradition in the Horse Capital of the World. They even give away $1,000 scholarships on College Day.

#1 Best City for finding a job, according to Forbes, and our graduates.

northernmost Southern state or the southern most Midwestern state. Either way, it’s where Southern charm meets Midwest sensibilities.

More than Movies The Kentucky Theater isn’t just another Cineplex. It’s an historic landmark that features independent films along with live music. 8


We’re closer than you think but far from ordinary. A unique location makes Central Kentucky a day’s drive from 75 percent of the U.S. population. 10



Once you become a Wildcat, you’re a Wildcat for life.

With 22 varsity sports, there are more ways to show your school spirit than you can imagine.








Rise to the challenge. The Honors Program experience is an exciting enhancement to an already incomparable learning community for the most academically advanced and committed students. An Honors education opens up a world of inquiry including research, education abroad and service that will challenge you intellectually, provide access to the most creative minds and prepare you for advanced study.

Raise your expectations. Embrace a sense of adventure through the Chellgren Student Fellows Program. Designed for exceptional undergraduates, the program takes you beyond the classroom to explore and cultivate extraordinary academic achievement. Realize your full potential with academic pursuits that prepare you to compete successfully for prestigious awards such as the Rhodes, Marshall and Truman Scholarships, and gain admittance into top graduate and professional programs. Enriching, engaging, rewarding – the program fosters creative collaborations for the best and brightest undergrads.



Haggin Hall

America’s newest residence halls are ready for you. Not only is living on campus exciting, it’s the smart choice. Years of research and experience have proven that students who live on campus tend to do better academically and graduate sooner. As a freshman, you can choose from 20 University housing options including 5 new state of the art halls, opening Fall 2014 on 4 sites. Each offers unique benefits, dining and entertainment experiences.

HOUSING ASSIGNMENTS 125 Funkhouser Building

Champions Court II

Phone: (859) 257-1866

OFFICE OF RESIDENCE LIFE 537 Patterson Office Tower Phone: (859) 257-4784

Woodland Glen II

DINING & PLUS ACCOUNT OFFICE 101 Student Center Phone: (859) 257-6159

Dining: Plus Account:


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Live and learn all in the same place with other students who share your common interests.





Ready to make something, solve something or to do something bigger than you ever imagined?

colleges united as one forward-thinking university.


From humanities and social sciences to the mathematical and natural sciences, the College of Arts and Sciences prepares students to become the next generation of leaders. A&S students acquire the hallmarks of a liberal arts education – critical thinking skills, mathematical and scientific literacy, global understanding, communication skills and social contexts and understanding. The college offers undergraduate programs of study in 25 academic majors and 17 departments. The college also awards nearly 200 graduate degrees annually in 32 master’s and doctoral programs of study.

College of Arts and Sciences

Farming is in our roots.

Compete in a global society.

UK was originally founded as a land-grant university, with agriculture at its core. Today, the UK agriculture program is one of the best in the country. According to the USDA, 25 percent of jobs are directly tied to agriculture, and our 18 degree programs offer students real world application to make a difference in the environment, food systems, research, community development, business and agriculture on a local and global scale. Plant your dreams here and watch your career grow.

The College of Communication and Information is training future global leaders in the fields of communication, journalism, integrated strategic communications, media arts and studies (formerly telecommunications), and library and information science. Become a critical thinker, avid consumers of information and effective problem solver. Through engaging courses and cutting-edge research courses, you’ll discover how information is processed while learning how people interact with the newest technologies. Above all, you’ll gain hands-on experience with some of the world’s leading communication professionals who prepare you for a successful future in highly diverse careers.

College of Agriculture, Food and Environment

College of Communication and Information


A future as bright as a smile. Pursue your passion in dentistry at UK. We’re dedicated to shaping our profession by educating leaders in dentistry who demonstrate ethical behavior and judgment that benefits society. Our goal? Improve oral health and general health through teaching, research and service. The college offers a four-year doctor of dental medicine (D.M.D.) degree. Dental curriculum is composed of four categories of study: biological sciences, behavioral science, preclinical dentistry and clinical dentistry.

College of Dentistry

The college also offers specialized educational programs leading to advanced certification in general practice, pediatric dentistry, periodontics, oral and maxillofacial surgery, orofacial pain and orthodontics.

Make a difference in someone’s life, starting with your own. Ready to leave a lasting impact on the lives of future generations? Build a rewarding career through the College of Education. We offer a wide array of undergraduate and graduate degree programs that prepare you to work in preschool, elementary, middle and high school classrooms, as well as administrative and policy-making professions. We will help you grow personally and professionally through involvement in community-oriented projects and research, including programs such as the Kentucky P20 Innovation Lab and the newly created National Center for Innovation in Education.

Design your destiny.

Engineered to be better.

Create. Inspire. Discover. The College of Design strives to be a leading force in the world of design, dedicated to building a spirited and collegial environment where excellence is celebrated. Students are encouraged to share ideas and explore the interdisciplinary connections between the various practices of design. The college educates, trains and prepares you for leading roles in an innovation-driven economy. A member of both National Architectural Accrediting Board and Council for Interior Design Accreditation, the college offers accredited undergraduate and master’s programs in multiple design disciplines.

The College of Engineering prepares you to flourish in the exciting and financially lucrative field of engineering. With nine diverse undergraduate degrees, the college lets you experience meaningful research opportunities with our highly respected faculty. Through the Cooperative Education Program, you’ll gain real-world experience while earning a competitive wage at renowned companies and organizations.

College of Design

College of Education

College of Engineering

Creativity is at our core. The College of Fine Arts is UK’s vibrant artistic and cultural hub. The college serves as an incubator for creativity, providing quality educational opportunities for students and transformative arts experiences for the community. We will provide you with a unique skill set that prepares you for a successful career in a variety of creative fields. The college is comprised of the School of Art and Visual Studies, the School of Music, the Department of Theatre, the Arts Administration Program, the Singletary Center for the Arts and the Art Museum at UK. Our academic units are accredited and offer undergraduate and graduate programs.

College of Fine Arts

A healthy career. Join a growing, rewarding field with limitless opportunities. The College of Health Sciences is a dynamic environment for educating front-line, entry-level health care practitioners as well as the educational and research leaders of tomorrow. As one of the nation’s first 12 allied health charter schools, the college has a distinguished history of preparing students for successful careers in the health sciences. We offer undergraduate and graduate degrees in athletic training, clinical leadership and management, clinical nutrition, communication sciences and disorders, human health sciences, medical laboratory science, physical therapy, physician assistant studies, radiation sciences and rehabilitation sciences doctoral program.

College of Health Sciences


A training ground for political, social and legal leaders. With a storied history, we are the Commonwealth’s first law school and one of the nation’s first state law schools. Offering a professional education leading to a Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree, the College of Law has a national reputation for excellence in teaching, research and service.

College of Law

Our inventive curriculum and outstanding faculty prepare you to be a leader of the legal profession and dedicated to the highest standards of ethics, excellence and professionalism. You will engage in robust exploration and dissemination of ideas examining the law, legal institutions and the role of law in society at the state, national and international levels.

Make your mark through medicine. The College of Medicine is one of a few select schools that excel in meeting important societal needs as well as conducting meaningful research. Recently, the college was ranked in the Top 15 among all medical schools in fulfilling a “social mission” of practice in underserved areas through primary care. You will interact with world-class researchers in cardiovascular disease, neurosciences and aging, oncology and substance abuse. It is a dynamic learning environment that emphasizes collegiality, close faculty-student interactions, and integration of the basic and clinical sciences across four years of training. College of Medicine


Compassion meets innovation. Nurses today are better than ever. They have to be. New technologies require them to know more than ever before. The College of Nursing educates the next generation of highly qualified nurses through fully accredited programs that prepare you to practice in an ever-changing healthcare environment. Faculty members are nursing experts and leaders in undergraduate and graduate nursing education, research, practice and service. Discover a variety of nursing leadership positions with a bachelor’s, master’s or doctorate in nursing practice degree. The first-time pass rate for UK bachelor’s degree graduates on the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) for registered nurses exceeds the national average and our graduate nursing programs are nationally ranked.

A healthier society. College of Nursing

Your prescription for success. To be the best, learn from the best. Consistently ranked as one of the Top 5 schools of pharmacy in the nation, the College of Pharmacy is the perfect place to prepare for a challenging and fulfilling health care career. You will learn in the world’s largest pharmacy education building UK’s BioPharm Complex – equipped with state-of-the-art classrooms, laboratories and student study spaces. World-class faculty are leaders in every aspect of the profession. Graduates from the college range from corporate executives and small business owners to pharmacy pioneers who are responsible for innovations in health care and academia.

College of Pharmacy

With a potential shortage of public health workers in the coming years, students who select public health training programs are making a wise investment in their future. The College of Public Health demonstrates excellence and quality in all its educational, research and service activities. Accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health and the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education, and a fully participating member of the Association of Schools of Public Health, the college prepares highly skilled public health and health care administration professionals. The college offers both master’s and doctoral degrees and proposes to provide a bachelor of public health degree beginning in fall 2014.

College of Public Health

Succeed where there’s a need. Social work is the only helping profession that emphasizes both human well-being and social justice. A career in social work allows you to work in a variety of settings to advocate for social change and improved quality of life for others while empowering them to make positive changes. The College of Social Work offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees with either a clinical social work or community and social development concentration. Both programs are fully accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. The college also offers a doctoral program that offers a progressive yet traditional academic degree in a part-time model designed for practicing practitioners or educators.

College of Social Work



Building business leaders is our business. The Gatton College of Business and Economics is committed to preparing savvy, worldready professionals. Cutting-edge offerings are designed to give you real-world experiences enhanced by first-rate teaching. Partnering with esteemed faculty and successful businesses, Gatton College of you’ll walk away with a degree that equips you for today’s business challenges. A member Business and Economics of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International, the Gatton College grants bachelor, master’s, doctoral and MBA degrees in varied business disciplines.

Advanced degrees are in demand; so are UK graduates. A graduate degree can take you to the top of your field. UK offers advanced study in 90 program areas awarding doctoral degrees in 61 fields, master’s degrees in 120 fields, 5 specialist degrees and more than 40 graduate certificates. The Graduate School also offers master’s degrees in public policy and administration, diplomacy and international commerce and a doctoral degree in public policy. More than 5,800 graduate students are enrolled annually. From admission through graduation, we’re ensuring that welltrained scientists, artists, writers, teachers and other professionals contribute to a thriving Commonwealth.

The Graduate School

Undecided? You’re not alone. When it comes to a choosing a major, indecision is perfectly normal. That’s why the academic advisors in Undergraduate Studies are here to help you clarify your academic and professional goals, develop degree plans, connect with campus resources and declare a major. Even if you’re not sure where you’ll end up, get started on your core courses and we’ll assist you along the way.


Future Wildcat, Across the nation, thousands of students are contemplating the next chapter of their lives. You are not alone in grappling with how best to choose the institution and college experience that is right for you. The college-choice process is a difficult one that requires a thoughtful approach and shared conversation with friends and family.   At the University of Kentucky, we are excited to be a part of your process. It is a special time to consider Kentucky’s public flagship and land-grant research university. We are in the midst of a comprehensive transformation of the student experience and looking forward to you being a part of our Wildcat Family.     As a student-first institution, we place your college education at the pinnacle of our priorities; we are focused on preparing you to lead a life of leadership, meaning and purpose in a 21st century global society. We will do that not only through the curriculum and experiences that prepare you for a successful career, but also in how we educate graduates who leave our campus as informed citizens and compassionate community members.   We provide a high-quality academic experience through unique opportunities in undergraduate research, an expanded Honors Program, growing education abroad opportunities and our exciting living-learning communities where you can work closely with students who share your specific interests.   We are investing in resources and facilities that will help you succeed – adding nearly 4,600 new residence hall beds and modern learning spaces in the next two years alone. We are poised to begin construction on an expanded college of business and new Academic Science Building that will enhance the learning experience and opportunities for all of our students. If you crave a university that is dreaming big and challenging students while providing a fun and inviting environment, the University of Kentucky should be your choice.   If you are in search of a university where you can build a close-knit community with the resources of a modern research institution, the University of Kentucky should be your choice.   If you are looking for a place where you can build lasting friendships and receive an education that will prepare you for the future, the University of Kentucky should be your choice.   Your opportunities at the University of Kentucky are limited only by your imagination.  And, remember, always “see blue."

Eli Capilouto President  


Start there. finish here.

Veterans Resource Center

Transfer your ambitions, along with your credits.

offers limitless opportunities and services to the brave individuals who serve us. Military Times Edge Magazine ranks UK #7 as “Best for Vets.�

Each year UK welcomes hundreds of transfer, adult and

returning students who started somewhere else. We help

make it a smooth transition with monthly Transfer Days and scholarships just for transfer students.

Transfer Center

11 W. D. Funkhouser Building Lexington, KY 40506-0054 (859) 218-1724


100+ countries of the world form 1 student body.


College and affordability belong in the same sentence.



$9,966.00 $21,052.00 Tuition and Fees* $7,346.00** $7,346.00** Room and Board*




*Students with 59 hours or less **Based on a traditional residence hall/double occupancy and includes a minimum dining fee of $2,600.00. Please note that some courses and programs require additional fees.

Scholars deserve scholarships. In 2013, 90 percent of undergraduates received some type of aid.

Scholarship Search

Academic Scholarships

Legacy Tuition Program

Competitive Academic Scholarships The Otis A. Singletary Scholarship The Patterson Scholarship The Presidential Scholarship The Commonwealth Scholarship The National Excellence Scholarship

For automatic scholarships, the deadline to be admitted with qualifying scores and GPA on file in the admissions office is March 1.




see blue success stories. Dr. Karen Badger Associate Professor, Social Work Kristyn Cherry Biology Matt Cutts No. 71, Google Malia Dunn-Reier Marketing and Spanish Dr. Roberta Dwyer Professor, Veterinary Science Dr. Samuel Franklin Assistant Professor, Anatomy and Neurobiology Chanel Friday Integrated Strategic Communications Dr. John Grove Professor, Plant and Soil Sciences Clark Hayden Undeclared AJ Hochhalter Owner/Composer, Listen Design Studios Brittany Holian Interior Design Brian Johnson Teacher, Teach for America Sharon Johnson Entertainment Producer, CBS Glen Kotche Drummer, Wilco Roshan Palli Mathematical Economics Dr. Armando Prats Professor, English Madison Scott Equine Management Dr. Gerald Smith Associate Professor, History

Colleges: Agriculture, Food and Environment Jason Headrick N-6 Agricultural Science Bldg. Lexington, KY 40546-0091 (859) 257-3469 School of Human Environmental Sciences Pam McFarland 112 Erikson Hall Lexington, KY 40506-0232 (859) 257-2855 Arts and Sciences Kaitie McGregor 202 Patterson Office Tower Lexington, KY 40506-0027 (859) 257-8809 Gatton College of Business and Economics Matthew Anderkin 235 Business and Economics Bldg. Lexington, KY 40506-0034 (859) 257-9127 Communication and Information Cathy Hunt 105 Grehan Journalism Bldg. Lexington, KY 40506-0042 (859) 257-4839 Design - Architecture & Interior Design Azhar Swanson 110 Pence Hall Lexington, KY 40506-0041 (859) 257-7623 Education Jesse Delaney 166 Taylor Education Bldg. Lexington, KY 40506-0001 (859) 257-7971 Engineering Enrollment Management Office 385 Ralph G. Anderson Bldg. Lexington, KY 40506-0503 (859) 257-0552 Fine Arts Jane Johnson 204 Fine Arts Bldg. Lexington, KY 40506-0022 (859) 257-1709 Health Sciences Corrie Scott 111 Charles T. Wethington Bldg. Lexington, KY 40536-0200 (859) 218-0546

Nursing Joanne Davis 315 Nursing Bldg. Lexington, KY 40536-0232 (859) 323-5108 Social Work Katie Fort Wilder 605 Patterson Office Tower Lexington, KY 40506-0027 (859) 257-2316 Undergraduate Studies John Hurak 109 Miller Hall Lexington, KY 40506-0035 (859) 257-3383

Professional Colleges: Dentistry Christine Harper M134 Chandler Medical Center Lexington, KY 40536-0297 (859) 323-6072 Graduate School 106 Gillis Bldg. Lexington, KY 40506-0033 (859) 257-4613 Law Toni M. Robinson 260 Law Bldg. Lexington, KY 40506-0048 (859) 218-1699 Medicine Kim Scott 138 Leader Ave. Lexington, KY 40506-9983 (859) 323-6161 Pharmacy Clay Arnold 114R BioPharm Complex Lexington, KY 40536-0596 (859) 323-2755 Public Health Michelle Lineberry 111 Washington Ave., Room 120 Lexington, KY 40536-0003 (859) 218-2017

Student Services: Advising Conferences, Residency Office and Academic Common Market 100 W.D. Funkhouser Bldg. Lexington, KY 40506-0054 (859) 257-3256

Air Force ROTC 203 Barker Hall Lexington, KY 40506-0028 (859) 257-7115 Army ROTC 101 Barker Hall Lexington, KY 40506-0028 (859) 257-6865/6864 Campus Recreation 177 Johnson Center Lexington, KY 40506-0220 (859) 257-6147 CampusRec

Office of International Student and Scholar Services 214 Bradley Hall Lexington, KY 40506-0058 (859) 257-4065 Office for Institutional Diversity 311 Main Bldg. Lexington, KY 40506-0032 (859) 257-9293

Office of Undergraduate Admission and University Registrar 100 W.D. Funkhouser Bldg. Lexington, KY 40506-0054 (859) 257-2000

Disability Resource Center 2 Alumni Gymnasium Lexington, KY 40506-0029 (859) 257-2754

Student Account Services 18 W.D. Funkhouser Bldg. Lexington, KY 40506-0054 (859) 257-3406

Education Abroad 310 Bradley Hall Lexington, KY 40506-0058 (859) 257-4067

Office Undergraduate Research 211 W.D. Funkhouser Bldg. Lexington, KY 40506-0054 (859) 257-6322

Honors Program 355 Patterson Office Tower Lexington, KY 40506-0027 (859) 257-3111

Career Center James W. Stuckert Bldg. 408 Rose Street Lexington, KY 40506-0494 (859) 257-2746

International Admission Patrick Justice 100 W.D. Funkhouser Bldg. Lexington, KY 40506-0054 (859) 257-4708 Living Learning Program 537 Patterson Office Tower Phone: (859) 257-4784 New Student and Parent Programs 567 Patterson Office Tower Lexington, KY 40506-0027 (859) 257-6597 Office of Academic Scholarships 128E W.D. Funkhouser Bldg. Lexington, KY 40506-0054 (859) 257-4198

Transfer Center 11 W.D. Funkhouser Bldg. Lexington, KY 40506-0054 (859) 218-1724 Visitor Center Main Bldg. Lexington, KY 40506-0032 (859) 257-3595 Email: Varsity Athletics (NCAA Division I) Memorial Coliseum Lexington, KY 40506-0604 (859) 257-8000 Veterans Resource Center 124 W.D. Funkhouser Bldg. Lexington, KY 40506-0054 (859) 257-1148

General Information (859) 257-9000 or Toll Free: (866) 900-GO UK The University of Kentucky is a public, land grant university dedicated to improving people's lives through excellence in education, research and


creative work, service, and health care. As Kentucky's flagship institution, the University plays a critical leadership role by promoting diversity, inclusion, economic development, and human well-being.

IIt’s where 70,000 members of Big Blue Nation meet up during football season for a celebration that lasts all day.

Office of Student Financial Aid 127 W.D. Funkhouser Bldg. Lexington, KY 40506-0054 (859) 257-3172

Dean of Students 513 Patterson Office Tower Lexington, KY 40506-0027 (859) 257-3754 DeanofStudents

Housing Office 125 W.D. Funkhouser Bldg. Lexington, KY 40506-0054 (859) 257-1866


6 MEDICAL CENTER UK is one of the few universities in the U.S. with all six health-related programs – Dentistry, Health Sciences, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, and Public Health. Our healt hcare graduates are always University of Kentucky is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, in demand. Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097, call (404) 679-4500, or online at for questions about the accreditation of University of Kentucky.


2013 University of Kentucky Viewbook  
2013 University of Kentucky Viewbook