From its founding, this University has had a legacy of philanthropy. In 1865, a group of Kentuckians gave of their personal resources to begin an educational institution for the Commonwealth. Due to their farsighted generosity and the investments of many others in subsequent decades, our great University of Kentucky stands today.
Through your financial support, you can be part of that rich philanthropic legacy. You can be part of our historic mission to provide education, research, outreach and service. And you can be part of our driving vision which is not just for a better University, but for a better Commonwealth.
Private support is more important today than ever before. We hope you carefully consider giving to us, and we pledge to always do our part to mindful stewards of your valuable investment.
You can help make earning a PharmD affordable for a student in need. Support students by being a part of the College’s most impactful scholarship fundraising effort.
Choose the sponsorship level that is right for you ($250-$5,000).
Provide breakfast and lunch for students and interviewers on PY3 Mock Interview Day.
Up to $1,500
Add the lunch to the learn! Provide lunch for students attending these lunchtime addresses on technical and professional pharmacy topics.
Up to $1,500
Who has time to cook when there is studying to be done? Provide breakfast for students during final exams week.
Up to $2,000
Breaking bread builds bonds. Help our students build bonds that will last a lifetime by sponsoring a back-to-school event.
Up to $2,500
Welcome students to the profession with UK College of Pharmacy white coats.
Up to $3,000
Connect students and alumni by supporting this all inclusive event that showcases the best of equestrian Kentucky.
Up to $5,000
You can help make earning a PharmD affordable for a student in need and recognize our profession's rising stars by sponsoring the annual Scholarship and Awards Dinner.
Up to $10,000
Honor those that came before with a scholarship for future students. Alumni and friends can create a scholarship in honor of a revered friend, family member, or colleague or in support of a specific program or initiative.