The following links will provide Distance Learning Students with a variety of services and programs that they can access away from our physical campus.
Find support, distance learning classes, programming, and important schedule information.
The Counseling Center provides over the telephone consultations with an on-duty counselor. Online screenings and support documents are also available.
WRFL is run by an all-volunteer staff of University of Kentucky students and features an open-ended scope of formats. Music is strictly "alternative", defined as material that would not be heard through other outlets, as mandated by the station's license and ethos. Listen to WRFL 88.1 FM online at their website.
Wildcat Student TV is a television station run by students for students. The station broadcasts top movie titles every month as well as original shows written, produced, edited, directed, anchored, and performed by students. Episodes of student television shows are also available for viewing online. In addition we offer filming and production serves to various organizations within the University of Kentucky, the community, and more.
In order for students, faculty and staff to proactively and reactively intervene in potentially high-risk situations effectively, we believe we must be equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills. Toward this objective, the VIP Center prides itself as a training and resource center for the UK community. The VIP Center offers a variety of services including the Talk to Someone Now program which provides phone numbers to get assistance 24/7.
The University of Kentucky Dean of Students Office provides both administrative and educational services that support the personal and academic success of students. The office provides extra-curricular, non-academic educational programs and also collaborates with academic units to provide support for students in reaching their educational goals. View the student Code of Conduct online.
The goal of the Disability Resource Center is to provide equal access to students who are eligible. We advocate for reasonable accommodations, removal of barriers, and acceptance of different learning methods. In partnership with students, faculty, and staff, our purpose is to achieve an accessible educational environment where students with disabilities have an equal opportunity to fully participate in all aspects of the university community.
The Office of Academic Ombud Services serves as a neutral party to resolve academic problems and conflicts between students and instructors. The primary focus of the office is Student Academic Rights and Academic Offenses and ensuring that fair policies, processes, and procedures are equitably implemented.
The website for the Office of the Registrar provides a plethora of information about campus. Look up you courses in the campus catalogue, track events and important dates with the campus calendar, look up tuition and fees, request official transcripts, and more.
The James W. Stuckert Career Center serves University of Kentucky undergraduate, graduate, and alumni in finding employment opportunities that are available locally, nationally, and internationally.
The Kentucky Kernel is an independent daily, student-run publication of the University of Kentucky established in 1892 and independent since 1971. The Kernel offers online articles as well as an archive of the "Kernel in Print".
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*Student Code of Conduct