Provost Link Student Success

Study Centers & Tech Assistance

Accommodated Testing

The goal of the Disability Resource Center is to provide equal access to students who are eligible.

Blackboard Assistance

Blackboard is the learning management system (LMS, sometimes also referred to as a course management system) that has been selected by the University of Kentucky.

Blind / Visual Impairments

The DRC provides a variety of services to students who are blind or visually impaired.

Computer Labs

Lab information, locations, hours, and more.

Computing Hardware Purchases

Students or Faculty/Staff wishing to take advantage of UK's discount pricing

Counseling for Student with Disabilities

 The Disability Resource Center is the best first point of contact for students with a disability or a disability-related concern. The University of Kentucky Counseling Center: Consultation and Psychological Services offers individual and group counseling for students regardless of disability for personal growth, psychological concerns (related to the disability or not), career indecision, identity issues, substance abuse, and other concerns as long as Center services are able to meet the needs of the individual.

General Chemistry Learning Center

The General Chemistry Learning Center is located in CP-133 and is open to any student needing help with 100-level general chemistry classes. All help is provided on a drop-in basis by TAs from the general chemistry lab courses.

IT Service Desk

UKIT Service Desk staff are located across campus to assist students, faculty, and staff with the use of centralized computing resources, system security and passwords, laptops, and other IT needs.

iTunes U

iTunes U ( provides a way for faculty, staff, and students to stay in touch.

Laptop/Tablet Recommendation

The University of Kentucky strongly recommends that each student purchase a personal laptop computer or equivalent tablet device. A student's program requirements, budget, and preference should be the primary factors in choosing a laptop/tablet. Most laptops on the market will meet basic needs; however, UK offers a few guidelines. A student should also consider the major he or she will be pursuing, as some areas of study may have more stringent requirements than the recommendations listed below.

Library Help Desk (The Hub at WT's)

The Hub @ WT's offers many technology and research services for the UK community.

Living Learning Program

The Living Learning Program at the University of Kentucky recognizes that college students learn both in and out of the classroom.

Off-Campus Library Access

If you are not on campus and you click on a UK Libraries' web link for any proxy-accessible resource, you will be prompted by EZProxy to enter your AD account name or MC account name and password (or your last name and library barcode will work, too) into the log-in boxes

Software Downloads

To access the software, enter a valid email userID (no AD\ or MC\) and password in the login section above and then click the Login button.

Student Computing

Resources at UK's Libraries.

Student Support Services

Student Support Services is a federally funded program designed to work with students who are first generation, low income, and have a documented disability.

Student Web Server (Electronic File Storage)

Student web spaces and online file storage options.

Technology Support (IT Service Desk)

The UKIT Service Desk site is here to help customers obtain services, ensure quality of service delivery, and facilitate communications between the customer and IT Staff.

Peer Tutoring

Academic Enhancement's Peer Tutoring Program, located in The Study, offers drop-in group tutoring in over thirty courses.  The goal is to enhance students' academic experiences through collaborative learning, peer-to peer support, and an energetic, scholarly atmosphere.  This free service is available to all UK students, and no appointments are necessary.

Wireless Access

Free and available most places on UK’s campus! Two different wireless networks are offered.