On this website, you will find helpful publications and resources which may assist you or your student in understanding the University’s expectations for conduct and responsibilities for students in engaging positive behaviors and decision-making.
Student Wellness Ambassadors
The Student Wellness Ambassadors mission is to inform students on aspects of wellness such as alcohol, drugs, mental health, general well-being, and financial wellness in order to promote safe and responsible lifestyle decisions. This is a group of highly motivated and well-trained students who organize educational programs and events throughout campus and the community. The SWA believe that all students have the right to make their own decisions on issues - we just help provide them with quality, research-based information.View details
MoneyCATS Financial Wellness
Financial wellness is taking shape for students at the University of Kentucky through MoneyCATS! Tiffany Jackson has joined our team as the Financial Wellness Specialist - charged with building the financial wellness center and engaging students in financial literacy programs. Her desire is to bring forward a place of peer mentorship and excellent resources for our UK student body to stay connected and well equipped to handle their evolving financial needs.View details
Mandated Education Workshops
Alcohol or Drug Policy Violation?
Students who have been mandated to any and/or all of these program must adhere to the following rules:
How to register
Register for your workshop on-line by clicking the "Registration" link associated with the "Mandated Student" page's drop-down menu. In order to pay, you must go to room 513 Patterson Office Tower with cash, check, or money order.
Registration fees:View details
Collegiate Recovery Community
Welcome to our Collegiate Recovery Community!
The goal for the CRC is to promote a healthy and supportive collegiate experience for students in recovery for substance use disorders and process addictions, as well as help remove the stigma associated with recovery. We recognize that substance dependence is a disease and there is no specific demographic that is immune.View details