Advising & Academic Support

  • Priority registration and add/drop for the 2021 Fall Semester and 2021 Summer Session begins Monday, March 29 through Sunday, April 18.


  • Nominations are open for the Excellent Undergraduate Research Mentor of the Year awards. These student-nominated awards recognize excellence in supporting undergraduate research and convey UK’s high regard for outstanding contributions made to the academic and research community. Students may nominate their faculty mentor for the award through Tuesday, April 6. For more information, click here.


  • In honor of National Nutrition Month, Campus Kitchen at UK is hosting their March for Meals fundraiser to support their new sustainability-focused renovated Nourish space. Any donations are appreciated and will go towards helping CKUK provide more meals, reduce food waste, and empower the community through enrichment programs. For more information, and to donate, click here.

Experiential Opportunities

  • The UK Salvation Army Clinic is now seeking triage volunteers. Students are eligible to apply beginning their sophomore year and will need to fill out the contact form at the Salvation Army Clinic Website, or send an email to Kaitlin Eastham at

  • Students can participate in a 4-week Esports Abroad Program offered in Seoul, South Korea this summer. Students can study at Hanyang or Korea University and participate in customizable, co-curricular esports activities facilitated by Gen G designed to introduce students to the global esports industry, provide networking opportunities, and offer a cross-cultural learning experience. The deadline to apply is Saturday, May 15 and the first six students to complete their registration will automatically receive a $1,500 scholarship. For more information, and to apply, click here.

Job & Internship Opportunities

  • The Agroecosystem Nutrient Cycling Lab in the Department of Plant and Soil Sciences is hiring a research assistant to assist with research testing the effects of management practices on soil carbons and nitrogen dynamics. Work will be conducted in the laboratory and in the field beginning with part-time with full-time work available over the summer. For more information, and to apply, click here.
  • The Office of Kentucky Nature Preserves (OKNP) in Frankfort, KY is hiring a social media and outreach intern to work on planning content and creating interactive posts. Interested students should email a cover letter and resume to Land Manager and Outreach Specialist, Madeline Heredia at To learn more about OKNP, click here.
  • Dever, Inc in Lexington, KY is seeking a special events manager to drive operations at the Kentucky Horse Park and Wellington Florida locations. Job duties would include overseeing event personnel, budgeting, contracts, administrative tasks, golf car rentals, and more. Interested candidates should email resumes to HR Manager Randy Johnson at
  • University Health Service is seeking students to serve as peer health educators and sexperts for the upcoming school year. Educators will help provide their peers with information covering a variety of health-related topics through individual conversations, group discussions, and presentations. To learn more, and apply, click here.
  • Three Crowns Farm in Lexington is seeking a student to help with beginning riding lessons, summer camps, and horse care. Any student who enjoys working with kids and has riding experience is encouraged to apply. For more information, and to set up an interview, call 859-806-1000.


  • All undergraduates participating in faculty-mentored research are encouraged to register for the 15th annual Virtual Showcase of Undergraduate Scholars and present their research. The registration deadline is April 1. Learn more and register here.
  • Join the UK Ag Equine Programs on Saturday, April 10 from 9:00 to 3:00 at the African American Cemetery No. 2 for a day of community service and learning about the deep heritage and impact of African Americans within the Kentucky horse industry. Sign up soon to receive a free UK Equine t-shirt. For more information, and to register, click here.
  • The Cultivating Inclusion Series upcoming session, Microaggressions from an Intersectional Lens, will take place Thursday, April 1 from 12:00 to 1:00 online via Zoom. In this session, attendees will learn how to increase intersectional identity awareness and how everyday behaviors can change the culture in which we work and educate. For more information, and to register, click here.