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The resources listed on this page will help current College of Education students navigate campus life and academic responsibilities. Feel free to contact us with any questions. Use the buttons below to quickly navigate to any section. 


Certification and Teacher Education Program


Apply For Teacher Certification Applying to the Teacher Education Program
Learn About Student Teaching Educator Preparation Programs at UK


Academic Resources


Learn About Academic Actions Academic Advising View Courses and Syllabi Explore the Education Library
Learn More About FERPA Prepare for Graduation See Info for International Students Get Education Scholarship Info
Get Info on Study Abroad View the UK Academic Calendar Student Questions/Concerns Visit Academic Ombud Services
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Diversity Resources

The Associate Dean for Inclusion & Internationalization in the College of Education works to enhance the academic experience of College of Education students through the development and management of co-curricular activities. The office partners with different units within the College of Education with the following goals:

  • Maintain a supportive and inclusive environment for College of Education students from the time of their enrollment through graduation;
  • Intellectually connect and engage students with all aspects of the College’s programs and initiatives, the Lexington community, and beyond;
  • Create a vibrant community of discipline-specific student organizations that can provide all students with mentoring and support in their pursuit of professional careers and certificates;
  • Develop multiple paths for students to follow in pursuing personal, educational, leadership and professional growth; and
  • Provide opportunities for all students to participate in, experience and embrace diversity.

The College of Education is commmitted to the success of all students, regardless of race, nationality, gender, sexual orientation, geographical location, religion, and disability.

Explore the many diversity resources offered by both the University of Kentucky and the College of Education. Visit the UK Diversity Plan page for information and links to programs, activities, institutional diversity plans, initiatives and data that focus on the University’s commitment to diversity and inclusivity. The mission of an all-important postsecondary educational institution must recognize diversity and inclusivity as essential elements of a quality education.

Learn About Diversity at the College 

Visit the UK Office for Institutional Diversity 

Learn About Campus-wide Diversity Resources


Student Life

Campus Map

Need to get somewhere at UK? The Campus Map is a good place to start heading in the right direction!

Explore Campus

College of Education Communications

Have a question about promoting your group or organization, College of Education branded merchandise, or getting involved with our social media or podcast? Connect with our communications office. We’re happy to help!

College of Education Communications

College Survival Tips

Navigating college can be tough! Knowing a few tips and tricks can put you ahead of the curve. Check out a few that we have put together to get you started on the right path!

Read Our Tips for Thriving in College

Student Ambassadors

The College of Education Ambassadors are a select group of students who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in academics, student leadership, and dedication to the promotion and betterment of the College and the University. Education Ambassadors work various events, answer prospective student questions, host individual families on campus, and highlight the amazing opportunities available at UK and within the College of Education.

Meet Our Student Ambassadors

Student Employment, Volunteer, and Internship Opportunities

The University of Kentucky offers a variety of employment, internship, and volunteer opportunities for its students. All of these are managed using the Handshake system and requires a Link Blue credentials.

Search Employment Opportunities

Student Organizations

Our student groups emphasize professional educator development. Undergraduates typically join groups identified with their major. Graduate students join the appropriate professional organization’s campus chapter. There’s sure to be a place for you!

Join Student Organizations


Student Resource Contacts

Monica Nielsen

Director of Student Support, Engagement, and Analytics

126 Taylor Education Building

(859) 257-4256


Jenna DeMastes

Director of Recruitment

128 Taylor Education Building

(859) 218-2698