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Academic Expectations

Financial Literacy

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Financial Literacy

As a Wildcat, you must prepare for your academic experience. UK is different from high school, demanding more academic challenge, time management and personal responsibility. Meet the academic expectations of the university by following these steps!

Finances are a major concern for students. Before you make major financial decisions know the best options for your situation. Find out more about Federal Work Study packages, the Fiancial Ombud, and personal financial planning. Explore financial resources at UK.

As a Wildcat, studying will be an important aspect of your academic career. The University has many resources available on campus including peer tutoring, studying centers, and technology resources. Find out more information including library hours and other resource availability.  

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Second Year is full of new adjustments, whether living on or off campus, taking a heavier course load, or getting into more specific major-specific courses. Check out the events targeted at making Second Year a success.

Expand your education throughout everything you do! Get involved with one of our 500 student organizations, leadership programs and other involvement opportunities.

Student Success is greatly impacted by the faculty and advisors that students interact with on a daily basis. These resources are based on best practices to help faculty and advisors serve their student populations most effectively.