Academic and Professional Resources
The Academic Ombud is a neutral, independent and confidential resource for UK students and faculty aimed at resolving conflicts related to student academic rights. Find out more here.
Meet Brooke Nowicki, CI's career coordinator. She is here to help all CI students with:
- Career Counseling
- Resume Review
- Interview Prep
- Job/Internship Hunt Help/Tips
Click here to schedule a time to meet with Brooke.
Handshake is an online recruiting platform that helps students more easily connect with employers, jobs and internships, event information and on-campus recruiting opportunities. Access Handshake here.
Open to students needing assistance with 100-level math courses as well as MA 213 and MA 214. Learn more here.
The Student Media Depot @ The HUB is located in the basement of William T. Young Library and provides access to recording equipment and space, editing stations with specialized multimedia software and technical support for students’ development of their academic media projects.
Students can receive free tutoring for communication projects in any form for any course, including research papers, essays, lab reports, presentations, infographics, ePortfolios and iPad- related projects. Learn more here.
As a student at UK, you have free access to a variety of software including Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Cloud applications and more. To access, visit their website and login with your linkblue ID.
Students can receive assistance with major and career exploration, resumes, internships and job search. To meet with a Major Exploratory Associate, please visit their website.
With three locations across campus, The Study offers free peer tutoring services for a variety of courses in Chemistry, Biology, Math, Economics, Accounting, Physics, Statistics and more. For more information and to view the drop-in Peer Tutoring Schedule, please visit their website.
UK Libraries offers a variety of helpful online resources to jumpstart your research project. Librarians are also available for one-on-one support. For more information, please visit their website.
Initiated as an avenue of assistance to help students who are having financial difficulties at UK, the Financial Ombud works one-on-one with students and parents to identity and resolve financial problems affecting payment of tuition and fees. For more information, please visit their website.
Financial Wellness is geared toward engaging students in financial literacy programs and providing peer mentorship to assist students in handling their evolving financial needs. For more information, please visit their website.
The Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships provides assistance to students who are receiving federal or state aid, as well as providing information on both academic and need-based scholarships. For more information or to speak with a Financial Aid Counselor, please visit their website.
ScholarshipUniverse is an online scholarship platform that matches students to relevant, vetted external scholarship opportunities, as well as internal scholarships offered by CI and the University of Kentucky. To access, visit this website and login with your linkblue ID.
Belonging and Engagement Resources
BBNvolved is the online hub for campus involvement. You can search and browse for student organizations to get involved in, connect with student leaders, request an involvement advising appointment and more. To access, visit their website and login with your linkblue ID.
CARES provides a comprehensive support system and enrichment services to underrepresented minority students and William C. Parker Scholars. To learn more, please visit their website.
This office supports students who are the first in their families to go to college. To learn more, please visit their website.
Campus Housing and the Office of Residence Life provides resources for students living on campus in the residence halls. For more information, please visit their website.
The Office of LGBTQ* Resources is UK’s central hub for accessing information, groups and services related to diverse sexual orientations and gender identities. For more information, please visit their website.
The MLK Center provides space, programming and community for underserved populations at UK. For more information, please visit their website.
Wellness and Support Resources
Behavioral Health Clinic staff are available to consult with students, faculty and staff on behavioral health issues. Staff members also give presentations to campus organizations and groups on a variety of behavioral health topics. To learn more or schedule an appointment, please visit their website.
Big Blue Pantry is open to any UK student with a valid UK ID experiencing food insecurity or hunger. To learn more about Big Blue Pantry, please visit their website.
Students can purchase meal plans, add flex dollars and visit one of the many dining locations across campus. To learn more and view schedules and menus, please visit their website.
Transportation Services provides parking options, promotes commuting alternatives and facilitates intra-campus mobility for the UK campus community. For more information, please visit their website.
The University of Kentucky Police Department’s mission is to promote a safe and secure campus environment for students, faculty, staff and visitors. You can contact UKPD directly at 859-257-8573 or by dialing #UKPD on campus. For more information on UKPD, please visit their website.
All full-time UK students are eligible to use UHS for their health care needs. They offer primary care, reproductive and sexual healthcare, psychological treatment, dental cleaning, basic care and more. To learn more about UHS, please visit their website.
The VIP Center provides free and confidential services to anyone in the UK community who has experienced violence or knows someone who has experienced violence. Through education and programming the VIP Center also leads and supports a culture of accountability to eliminate violence and oppression at UK. For more information on the VIP Center, please visit their website.
Wildcat Wardrobe is a career closet for students aimed at alleviating the financial burden of purchasing professional clothing for job interviews, internships and full-time job opportunities after graduation. To learn more about Wildcat Wardrobe, please visit their website.