Academic Advising and Scheduling
Advisors work collaboratively with students to guide each student towards educational goals that are consistent with their personal interests, values, and abilities and takes responsibility for assisting the students in making a successful transition and meeting academic program requirements.
- Students who are exploring majors must declare an exploratory option within one of the colleges and are assigned an academic advisor in that college. Students unsure of their major are encouraged to contact:
- Students who will be transferring to UK should contact:
- Students who have been admitted to their program already should contact their respective college.
Listed below are campus departments and resources that can help you find and enroll in distance learning courses and programs. These courses operate using the same admissions and registration process as on-campus courses.
The academic calendar includes important dates, including application deadlines and priority registration windows. It is divided by four yearly terms: Fall Semester, Winter Intersession, Spring Semester, and Summer Session. All semester dates are the same for Distance Learning courses and face-to-face courses.
The Registrar's Office is the main source of information for student registration, transcripts, residency, and more. The Residency page includes the residency policy, information about the application process, and the application itself.