Current Students

COVID-19 Updates

  • Due to the COVID-19 update messaging from UK about online course delivery for spring 2020 courses, please be aware all Office of Student Affairs services will be available to you via e-mail, phone, and Zoom video conferencing ( Zoom is an online platform where we can see one another and share information visually. 
  • Please keep your advising appointments you have booked, and continue to plan for “attending” programs in the Student Success Series that will be offered and recorded through Zoom when we are able to do so (or you may receive notification of some programs—e.g., Pretty Pots being cancelled). All recorded programs will be posted to Canvas and can be shared out if requested.
  • CHS Walk-in Hours (Monday-Thursday 2pm-3pm) will be available via Zoom - (you'll be in the waiting room)
  • UK Housing Update


COVID-19 Info and Resources

The College of Health Sciences (CHS) offers a variety of high quality academic programs that lead to challenging and rewarding careers in health care. As a student in CHS, you have access to academic advising and support, involvement opportunities, and an assortment of information to help you be successful. The Office of Student Affairs also supports pre-Physical Therapy and pre-Physician Assistant Studies students outside of the college who are hoping to apply to either of those programs.

CHS has several organizations and co-curricular opportunities available to our students. Becoming actively involved in CHS will assist you in developing the necessary skills to become a leader in your chosen profession. The Office of Student Affairs is available to assist you with any concern you might have as a current student in our college. 

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Disability Resources for UK Students

If you have a documented disability that requires academic accommodations, please see the Disability Resource Center as soon as possible during scheduled office hours. In order to receive accommodations in a course, you must provide a Letter of Accommodation from the Disability Resource Center (DRC). The DRC coordinates campus disability services available to students with disabilities. It is located on the corner of Rose Street and Huguelet Drive in the Multidisciplinary Science Building, Suite 407. You can reach them via phone at (859) 257-2754 and via email at Their web address is