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  • Adopted by the Board of Trustees in March 2013, the University Creed symbolizes what it means to be a Wildcat and a member of the UK community. Drafted by students, faculty, staff and alumni, the Creed reminds us of the core values of our institution and encourages each member of the Big Blue Nation to strive for excellence every day. 

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  • Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 protects people from discrimination based on sex in education programs or activities which receive Federal financial assistance.

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  • The University of Kentucky takes student health and safety very seriously. One of the most important components of maintaining a healthy and safe enviornment is prevention.
    To assist with your transition to UK, we offer a variety of prevention initiatives, including AlcoholEdu and HAVEN.  These programs will provide you with useful information to help shape a safer campus.  

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  • Kentucky Greek Life  
    Take a moment to learn how you can be a part of something bigger than yourself in joining one of the many Greek organizations on campus. With a focus on scholarship, leadership and service, you can find the organization that fits best for you. You will make the friends and family that you need to push you to be successful at the University of Kentucky.
     

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  • The University of Kentucky's Common Reading Experience is a collaborative effort between New Student and Parent Programs, Student Affairs, Undergraduate Education, and other campus partners and is designed to introduce new students to academic life at the University. The goal is two-fold: first, to bring new students together for a common reading experience that introduces them to academic discourse prior to the start of classes; and second, to engage the entire UK community in a common intellectual experience through year long programming.

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  • Welcome to the University of Kentucky! K Week, the fall welcome week for all new students, is designed to make the transition to UK and to college life as smooth as possible. K Week takes place over nine days with approximately 250 events, sessions, and social activities planned. 

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