The Martin Luther King Center offers friendly and tailored support to undergraduate and graduate students from all over the commonwealth. We provide a welcoming and safe space to assist students in navigating through the University of Kentucky with a variety of services including, but not limited to:
- Confidential 1-on-1 appointments with students to discuss:
- How to get involved
- finding a job
- Navigating college with a TPS (Temporary Protective Statuses) such as DACA, or students who identify as Undocumented
- Referrals to a multitude of campus-based and community resources and
- A physical space for students to engage in community. Our Center features a student lounge, a private study room, and a computer area with lockers and a library. Open 8am-7pm when the school year is in session (due to COVID-19, we are operating remotely: please contact our office for support).
The Undocumented/DACAMented WILDCAT Student Services at the King Center aim to foster a sense of belonging, community and well-being for all students who consider themselves Dreamers. The University of Kentucky values and understands the experience Undocumented/DACAmented students bring to the Wildcat Community. We are truly committed to helping each student reach their goals and aspirations.
The University of Kentucky is a safe haven that emphasizes the privacy of our students under the Family Educational Rights Privacy Act (FERPA).
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For questions or additional assistance, please contact our Center's Latino Student Community Specialist, Ruth González Jiménez at 859-257-4130 or send her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a call or ZOOM.