Dr. Keiko Tanaka with Community and Leadership Development graduates

You belong here

Our college belongs to everyone. Every identity. Every faith. Every ability. Every orientation. Every ethnicity. Every. One.
Woven together, the fabric of our community is made stronger with each unique thread, and each of us are responsible for maintaining this strength - by respecting, appreciating, and celebrating our differences.



On campus and throughout Kentucky, our Office of Diversity works to broaden hearts and minds and promote inclusive practices in all college actions. We are also home to UK MANRRS, a nationally recognized student organization that develops a diverse leaders and professionals across agricultural and ag-related industries.

Join Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences (MANRRS) Office of Diversity - College of Agriculture, Food and Enivronment
 

Campus Resources

UK Martin Luther King Center

A learning laboratory on multiculturalism, social justice and pluralistic behavior.

Learn More

Latinx & Hispanic Students

Ofrecemos recursos, eventos, y clubes para que se sienta como en casa.

Lee Mas

LGBTQ* Students

Join campus and community clubs and events for the queer community.

Connect with Others

International Center

The University offers a broad range of support for international students.

Browse Services

Student Clubs

There are dozens of cultural student organizations on campus.

Browse Clubs

Graduate Students

There is a variety of events, clubs, and grants available to our master's and Ph.D. students.

Learn More
 
Grants & Awards

We are invested in meaningful diversity and inclusion work. Special grants and funding opportunities for students, staff, and faulty are just one of the many ways we hope to promote this work. 

Bias Incident Support Services

Every member of our campus community should be treated with respect and dignity. Incidents of bias, hate, bigotry, and other forms of identity-based violence are taken very seriously. Those who have experienced such behavior are encouraged to make an official report to the University.

Report a Concern