Coming in for an appointment
The Stuckert Career Center is here to serve our students and new alumni. Currently, our building is open to scheduled, in-person appointments only.
To schedule an appointment, please visit Handshake. You will have a choice for in-person, Zoom, or a phone call. To maximize your appointment time, we recommend scheduling a virtual appointment, as in-person appointment scheduling may be more limited in order to accommodate for transition time between appointments.
To check-in for an in-person appointment at the Stuckert Career Center, please follow the listed instructions to gain access to the building upon your arrival.
- Plan to arrive a few minutes early to allow time for check-in so that we can begin your appointment on time and have time to clean and sanitize spaces in the time period between student appointments.
Please arrive with a face covering that covers your nose and mouth.
Upon entering our building, please visit our front desk and a member of our staff team will help you check-in and will notify the staff member that you are scheduled to meet with that you have arrived.
Virtual drop-in advising hours are Monday - Thursday from 12 pm - 4 pm EST. No appointment needed! Please go to https://uky.zoom.us/my/stuckert.advising
- Drop-in appointments are typically 15 minutes each and are on a first-come, first-served basis.
Interview room reservations can be scheduled through appointments via Handshake. There will be a 2-hour limit for that appointment type.
Pre-Professional Interviews Room Reservations: The Stuckert Career Center has interview rooms available for students to reserve for pre-professional interviews in healthcare, law, and related professions. Students can book scheduling requests via UK's Handshake career management platform via the pre-professional interview room reservation appointment type.
Additionally, the Gatton Student Center study rooms (second floor) are available for students to reserve through the Student Center Information Desk on a first-come, first-served basis, and The Jacobs Science Building has study rooms available for students to reserve via the campus Event Management System