“see blue.” U fosters community while giving an advantage to students as they make the transition to UK. This orientation is the first step in welcoming incoming students to the UK family.
“see blue.” U fosters a university community by creating a unique experience for incoming freshmen and transfer students to catch a glimpse of life as a Wildcat before arriving to campus in the fall. While attending these summer advising conferences, students have the opportunity to meet other students, hear from campus offices and organizations, meet with academic advisors and register for classes. From navigating parking to understanding the student code of conduct, “see blue.” U will give incoming students and their families a feel for what life is like as a University of Kentucky student.
All admitted UK students are required to attend a two-day “see blue.” U Orientation. This is the time where future freshmen take placement exams, register for fall semester courses and learn about special academic opportunities. They also have the opportunity to meet with the Dean of Students Office and representatives from Housing, Financial Aid and many other offices.
“see blue.” U offers an exclusive experience for incoming Wildcats to learn from current students about expectations in the college classroom, involvement in student organizations and residence hall life. During these advising conferences, incoming students will also receive their K Book, a fun and informative publication created to help freshman gain an understanding of life at UK, as well as their Common Reading Experience book.
“see blue.” U provides the ultimate Kentucky experience. Students who attend “see blue.” U will have an advantage as they make the transition to the university.