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Academic Prep Program

This program is designed to begin communicating with students during the admissions/application process and provide a comprehensive continuum of support once they begin their careers as UK students. Learn More >>

Campus Resources

The University of Kentucky offers a wide array of resources. Learn more about them here.

Individual Academic Consultations

Need to talk to someone about how to improve your study habits? Want to hear how to improve your time management skills from a student like you? Read more >>

Peer Tutoring

The tutoring program offers free peer tutoring in more than 50 courses across all colleges and majors. Learn more >>

Placement Testing

Academic Enhancement offers placement testing for both current UK students and prospective students. Read more >>

Study Smarter Seminars

The Study Smarter Seminar is an intensive, non-credit earning seminar designed to help students master the art of effective study. Read more >>

EPE 174

EPE 174 is designed to introduce 1st and 2nd year students to the field of higher education, specifically the areas of college student development, post-secondary institutional organization, college teaching and learning, and the history of college in the United States. Learn more >>

Presentations

At your request, Academic Enhancement staff are available to present on a variety of topics in almost any setting. We are happy to provide presentations during classes; in residence halls; as part of a fraternity, sorority, or students organization meeting; etc. Learn more >>

 

 

 

 

 
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