- Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
For the health and safety of all attendees, we will be offering a majority of our visit options virtually. All "virtual events" will be coordinated through "Zoom" or by teleconference. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
The limited "in-person" (face-to-face) visit options are designated as an "in-person event" in the event title. All "in-person events" will abide by the same health and safety guidelines as the UK Visitor Center: https://visit.uky.edu/visitor-health-and-safety-guidelines. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at: CHS-Recruitment@uky.edu.
We are delighted that you have chosen to explore your health professions education opportunities through the UK College of Health Sciences (CHS). We have a wide array of customized visit options. To help navigate all of the options, click one of the three target audiences below to display visit options intended for you. We look forward to meeting you!
Target Audience: High school students or first-time incoming freshmen interested in undergraduate programs.
Prospective freshmen will have the opportunity to learn about our undergraduate programs, connect with current undergraduates, tour our facility, and hear about the Interprofessional Healthcare Residential College (IHRC).
Prospective students who cannot attend one the "College of Health Sciences Visit Days" are welcome to schedule a virtual (via Zoom) information session (30 min.) with a College of Health Sciences representative. This option does not include a tour or info session with faculty and CHS students.
Current college students and college graduates from any university interested in the program.
Current college students/recent graduates are invited to campus to learn about the UK M.S. Athletic Training Program. Attendees will also tour the AT classroom and meet with the Program Director.
Current college students/recent graduates are invited to learn about the UK M.S. Athletic Training Program virtually (via Zoom). Attendees will also meet with the Program Director. (A tour is not included)
Information session for current UK students (prospective on-campus transfers) interested in pursuing a Clinical Leadership & Management (CLM) degree.
Visit UK and tour our facilities for our Communication Sciences and Disorders graduate program.
Informational sessions will provide an overview of the Physical Therapy profession, program curriculum and history, as well as the admissions requirements.
Informational sessions will provide an overview of the Physician Assistant profession, program curriculum and history, as well as the admissions requirements.
Prospective students (current college students and college graduates only) who cannot attend one the previously described visits are encouraged to contact the graduate program directly.