Academic Support 

  • University Health Services is offering students a free, monthly #StayWell subscription that includes wellness giveaways, nutritious snacks, safe sex supplies, tissues, and wellness event locations. Students with questions can contact To sign up, click here.
  • As a reminder, the UK Counseling Center offers a number of free services to students, including programs such as "Let's Talk" that are available without an appointment.


  • Students participating on a summer education abroad program are encouraged to apply for the UK EA scholarship by Friday, February 1. For more information, click here.

Club Meetings

  • The Agronomy Club is holding their first spring meeting Thursday, January 31 at 6:30 in Ag North, room A6. The group will discuss upcoming events and begin officer elections. All students are encouraged to attend. Questions may be directed to Casey Cochran at For more information click here.

Job Openings

  • The National Association of State Departments of Agriculture (NASDA) is seeking a summer policy intern in Washington D.C. Responsibilities will include representing NASDA in congressional hearings and conference calls, managing logistics and providing operational support, conducting research on legislative issues, writing NASDA's weekly newsletters and other office administrative duties as assigned. Applications are due by Tuesday, February 12. For more information, click here.
  • Blue Grass Community Foundation is seeking an operations intern to assist in all phases of donor relations and non-profit program work. The intern will directly report to the office manager while assisting staff. Students interested can contact Ryan Case at 859-225-3343 or by email at For more information, click here.
  • Students are encouraged to apply for the Wildcats in the Capitol internship. Interns will spend 40 hours per week working at the selected office or agency. Responsibilities will vary depending on the needs and opportunities available. Interns will collaborate with the on-sight supervisor to identify and define their scope of responsibilities. Students may earn up to 12 hours of credit. Applications for the summer internship are due Friday, February 1. Fall 2019 internship applications are due Friday, April 12. To learn more, click here.

Experiential Opportunities

  • The UK International Center invites all students to attend a weekend cross-cultural workshop. The event will be held Saturday, February 16 - Sunday, February 17 at Natural Bridge State Park. The program costs $25 and includes transportation, lodging, materials, and most meals. Questions may be directed to Seth Hall at For more information, click here.
  • All students are encouraged to apply to join the UK K-Crew. Individuals leading K-Crew will assist first-year students as they transition to university life during K-Week. Apply on BBNvolved as applications close Friday, February 8. Questions can be directed to For more information, click here.
  • Researchers at the University of Kentucky are inviting students to participate in a 12-week exercise program to better understand how exercise could be used most effectively to promote weight control. Participants will be compensated $150 for their time. Students with any questions can contact Dr. Kyle Flack at or 859-257-4351. To learn more about the study and eligibility, click here.