Advising Network Announcements

Course Promotion: EDU 300-009: Multicultural Perspectives

A new course is being offered from the College of Education titled EDU 300-009 Special Course: Multicultural Perspectives. This course is ideal for students seeking a 3 credit hour elective at the 300+ level. The course will examine multicultural and international K-12 education from different perspectives. Opportunities will be offered to observe and participate in activities at local schools with diverse and international student populations. Open to any student from any major, but especially recommended for those interested in international education or diversity.

Registration and History (Spring 2018 Courses)

Every year around this time, I try to reach out to advisors across campus.  I'm a bit late in getting this out this time around, but I wanted to pass along some resources that could be helpful to both you and your advisees for Spring registration.

MLK Day of Service - Site Advisers Needed!

The Martin Luther King Wildcats for Service Program within the Center for Community Outreach would like to extend the opportunity to serve as a staff site advisor for our MLK Day of Service program!  

Information about Reading/Writing Placement Tests for Nov. 17 Advising Conferences

Transformative Learning will be offering Accuplacer Next – Gen for Reading and Writing on Friday, November 17, 1:00 – 3:00 pm for incoming students attending the Advising Conference.

The testing session will be in the basement of WT Young Library room B – 35.

Please contact Penny Robinson ( with questions.

APP Information Regarding Transfer students:

Nominations for Ken Freedman Award

The University of Kentucky Advising Network is now accepting nominations from students, faculty, and staff for the Ken Freedman Outstanding Advisor Award. The award is designed to recognize outstanding service in the field of undergraduate academic advising for both faculty and professional advisors. Nominations are accepted online on the UK Advising Network website.

Woodland Glen I name changed to Chellgren Hall

On October 19, it was announced that Woodland Glen I would now be known as Chellgren Hall: This change has been made in SAP, Ad Astra, and the online course catalog. You will now be able to find the building under the CHL building prefix. Please review, and let me know if you have any questions.
Thank you!
David Timoney

Considering Business?

Do you have students interested in changing majors to Business? Do you want to learn more about our options and transfer process as an advisor? Join a Zoom Webinar to find out more!

Monday, November 20th 3:30-4:00pm
Tuesday, November 21st 12:30-1:00pm
Join URL:

Big Blue Thank You - November 8

Big Blue Thank You – November 8, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m., First Floor of White Hall Classroom Building

Application Now Open for Dinner Dialogues - Spring 2018

The UK Parent and Family Association is now accepting applications for Dinner Dialogues - 2018 spring semester:  

Dinner Dialogues provides funding for instructors to host a dinner for their students in their homes, giving instructors an opportunity to get to know their students in a more casual, comfortable setting over a meal.  The application must be completed by the instructor interested in hosting the event.

Winter intersession courses being offered by A&S

Please see the attached spreadsheet for Winter Intersession courses being offered by A&S.