We expect our graduates to be more adept at thinking critically, to be more emotionally intelligent, to understand how to leverage technology within their practice, and to carry on the Kentucky tradition of providing the highest level of care.
Innovative education, hard work, and collaborative practice, and research are essential in transforming patient-centered care. And we want to make sure our students are supported throughout their time here.
For how to help support a community of inclusion and belonging, we have additional resources.
Dual Degree Students
Help us ensure your contact information is up to date. Your information is saved in a secure database accessible only by limited UKCOP employees Should you have any issues with this form, contact Rosa Mejia (email@example.com).
The University's Tech Help Center info on almost everything you need. If your question isn't answered there, visit the College's IT Department.
Diversity & Inclusion
Requests for Verification of Attendance and Graduation:
The Office of Academic and Student Affairs processes requests for state board applications, military commissions, employer credentialing, or related requests. Please submit the specific request and corresponding paperwork to Rene Maldonado by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, fax 859-257-7297, or by mail at 789 S. Limestone St., Lexington, KY 40536.
Official Transcript requests for College of Pharmacy Graduates are processed through the Office of the Registrar. Please note there may be a delay for graduates prior to 1988.
Resources for Graduate Students
We know our graduate students have specific needs slightly different from the students in our professional program. The following information is specific to your program.
Graduate Student Core Competencies
Graduate Student Advisory Committee
American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists - University of Kentucky Student Chapter. The AAPS student Chapter at the University of Kentucky, formed in 1995, is dedicated to promoting academic enrichment and social development.
Call 859-257-8701 to make an appointment or to speak with a clinician. Open 8 am to 4:30 pm with a crisis/urgent clinician availability outside of business hours (24/7).
Big Blue Pantry
The Big Blue Pantry serves UK students who are experiencing food insecurity or hunger. Any UK student with a valid UK ID is eligible to receive non-perishable goods from the Big Blue Pantry.
LGBTQ* Resource Center
Our ultimate goal is to highlight the wonderfully diverse experiences of LGBTQ* Wildcats while working to decrease marginalization in all forms.
Community of Concern
The Community of Concern was established to provide support for students and employees in crisis, or those who have been identified as exhibiting concerning or worrisome behavior.
Center for Graduate and Professional Diversity
The College partners with the CGPDI to create an inclusive environment where all students can fully engage and succeed.