I want to welcome you to the University of Kentucky, home of the 2012 NCAA men's National Championship Basketball Team. We have completed an exciting year at UK and look forward to the beginning of a new academic year. If you are a first-time visitor to our website, please take a few moments to view the online information about the people, programs, and services that support the academic, personal, and professional development of all University of Kentucky students.
Student Affairs is an integral part of university life. In support of UK's Top 20 Vision, Kentucky Promise and its quest for academic excellence, the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs seeks to facilitate the integration of the academic experience of students with all aspects of university and student life. Our offices and programs facilitate interactions among students, faculty, and staff to promote a campus climate that supports students' academic success and their personal and professional development.
Specifically, I want to invite you to become an active participant in the university community. One of the most important keys to a student's success is building meaningful relationships and developing strong connections to the university through members of the UK community. We provide many opportunities to facilitate these connections through internships, intramural athletics, volunteer work, student clubs, registered student organizations, community service, and much, much more.
Please stay a while and browse our website to learn more about the high-quality programs and services Student Affairs offers and the dedicated staff who bring these programs to you. We welcome your partnership in building a community that is enriched by our diversity and sustained by civility and mutual respect. Student Affairs is here to ensure that each student's college experience is rich and rewarding and a pathway toward future success.
Robert Mock, Ed.D.
Vice President for Student Affairs
Division of Student Affairs | University of Kentucky
103 Frazee Hall | Lexington, KY | 40506-0031
ph (859) 257-1911 fax (859) 323-1067
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