History of the Stuckert Career Center
For more than 20 years, the Stuckert Career Center has served the UK campus community. The Career Center building was dedicated on October 10, 2000, and it is the operational center of university career services for the Lexington campus. The Career Center was established with generous support from James W. Stuckert and other University donors. The Career Center provides comprehensive career development programming, resources, and services for the student body and new graduates.
Preparing students for a lifetime of career possibilities through an educational journey that fosters engagement, reflection, and holistic development while connecting passion to purpose.
Empowering students to achieve career aspirations
- We foster relationships with individuals and the community.
- We advocate for impactful experiences.
- We proactively adapt to global trends.
- We promote personal and professional development.
- We provide meaningful service to all.