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Student COVID-19 Testing

Ongoing student testing allows us to protect the health and safety of our community. Students have been divided into testing teams and will be notified when it is their team's turn to test. 

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Cats Give Back

The UK COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic is currently looking for UK students to assist in a variety of non-medical roles. The vaccine clinic is open Tuesday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. - 6 p.m., during which volunteers can provide 3-hour shifts of service.

Volunteer

Cats Get Vaxed

In accordance with the plans outlined by state health officials and Governor Andy Beshear, and in partnership with UK HealthCare and UK Athletics, UK is moving to vaccinate more students at our Kroger Field Clinic in the coming days and weeks. 

Let's Do This

Students Asked, UK Vaccine Experts Answered

For Students, By Students

Our goal is to provide insight and keep you all informed from a student perspective. We hope to do this while also providing you with some helpful tips on things such as: ways to support physical and mental health and suggestions for socially distant activities and entertainment.

We Got This

Protect. Respect. Do your part.

Additional Resources

Learn Anywhere

For students, we've created a digital space where you can find the resources you need to help you participate in online learning for the remainder of the semester. It includes information about how to use Canvas, Zoom and more.

Campus Canopies

UK has established several new campus canopies — covered outdoor spaces that support community while promoting physical distancing and being outdoors.

Flex Desks

The University of Kentucky has established new flex spaces in buildings across campus to provide students a quiet place to drop-in while on campus to catch up on email, jump on a Zoom call or study between classes.