Anonymous asked: Im in grade 10 going to high school in Canada and was considering UK for colleges. Is there a list of certain credits or classes I need in order to be eligible for admission ?
We are so glad you’re considering coming to UK! Because you live in Canada, you’d need to complete the International Application. We have a fantastic International Center here, and the folks over there would love to help you figure out what you need to complete!
This link below is one I think you’ll find helpful. It is a form you can fill out to let the International Center know you’re interested, so they can help you get things planned and figured out!
We’re glad you’re considering joining the Big Blue Nation, and we hope you’ll choose us. Please let us know if you have any further questions or if there are anything other ways we can help you out! #seeblue
And, it’s supposed to be a gorgeous weekend! If you’re in the area, be sure to stop my Keeneland for its last weekend until this Fall! It’s a big hit for college students, and I’ll be sure to upload some pictures from my experience this weekend. Have a great Thursday!
#LeaveYourLegacy this Saturday and join other students for #UKLegacyWeek's day of service! @UKSAB http://t.co/BmJeg5HZa8— UK Admissions Office (@UKYAdmission) April 24, 2014
#Repost from @uksga with @repostapp —- Students enjoying a beautiful spring day in 1956. This #ThrowbackThursday… http://ift.tt/1rppT92— UK Admissions Office (@UKYAdmission) April 24, 2014
#Repost from @uksga with @repostapp —- Students enjoying a beautiful spring day in 1956. This #ThrowbackThursday is special because on Monday, April 28, at 10:30 a.m.we are dedicating a time capsule with contents from 1956 and 2014 at Woodland Glen I and II. Everyone is invited to join us! #tbt #universityofkentucky #uksga #history #sharethelex #seeblue http://ift.tt/1hpA0HS
Come to @UKSAB's #ShuffleSeries event at Ovid’s Patio tonight at 7pm to enjoy 23 String Band and free Starbucks!— UK Admissions Office (@UKYAdmission) April 23, 2014
Anonymous asked: I have applied for PhD Program in Material Science Engineering Program. What is the tentative period when decisions are mailed out.
We’re glad to hear you’re considering us for your Graduate School experience! We focus more on undergraduate admissions, but here is a link to the Chemical and Materials Engineering page about applying to the graduate programs, where you can find the email addresses for many of the people involved in the department.
I’m sure that they would be better equipped to answer any questions you may have about the application process. We’re glad to hear you’re considering joining us as you pursue your PhD! We wish you the best of luck! #seeblue
Anonymous asked: I am in 8th grade, how soon can I apply for academic scholarships at UK?
Wow! We love your enthusiasm! Unfortunately, the scholarship application for our Freshman class of 2017 won’t be out for a few years!
For now, you can focus on your grades in High School, as well as preparing for the ACT/SAT, and building up your extracurricular activities for your application! There are lots of ways you can work on preparing for college, but most of the actual applications won’t be available until later.
In the meantime, feel free to come visit us and tour the campus! You can find more details on how to do that here:
Please let us know if you have any questions or if there’s anything else we can do to help you! #seeblue
Did you know that hundreds of ping pong balls were dropped off the top of POT today? Some of the balls had corresponding numbers on them for prizes, while others were ordinary. It was so interesting and fun to see them all fall! I was sure to snag one as a souvenir. Happy Wednesday!
Who’s excited for the @UKFootball spring game? Follow @ukgamedayinfo to stay up-to-date on everything you need to know for Saturday’s game!— UK Admissions Office (@UKYAdmission) April 23, 2014
The Legacy Week Ping Pong Ball Drop is today at 11:53 at POT! This long running UK tradition is something you will not want to miss! @UKSAB— UK Admissions Office (@UKYAdmission) April 23, 2014
Good luck to the @UKbaseball team as they take on Tennessee Tech tonight! Go Cats! #UKbaseball #WeAreUK— UK Admissions Office (@UKYAdmission) April 22, 2014
Summer advising conferences begin June 23, have you registered yet? Deadline is May 1! http://t.co/y7THqdYhP7— UK Admissions Office (@UKYAdmission) April 22, 2014
Celebrate Earth Day by supporting local farmers & makers at the @UKSAB Farmer’s Marcat! 10-3pm at the Student Center Patio #SeeBlueLiveGreen— UK Admissions Office (@UKYAdmission) April 22, 2014
Happy Earth Day, everyone! Did you know that UK is very pro-green? In the Johnson Center, the stationary bikes are able to harness the energy input from students. This energy is used as the primary power source for the building. There’s your fact of the day. Seeing blue is seeing green. Happy Tuesday!