University of Kentucky
The official nickname for the University of Kentucky's athletics teams is Wildcats. The nickname became synonymous with UK shortly after a 6-2 football victory over Illinois on Oct. 9, 1909, on the road. Later the name Wildcats became more and more popular among UK followers as well as with members of the media. As a result, the nickname was adopted by the University. The University of Kentucky is the state's flagship, land-grant institution. Its mission is to provide education and research on behalf of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the larger world around them. The University of Kentucky is a public, land grant university dedicated to improving people's lives through excellence in education, research and creative work, service and health care. As Kentucky’s flagship institution, the University plays a critical leadership role by promoting diversity, inclusion, economic development and human well-being. The University contributes to the economic development and quality of life within Kentucky's borders and beyond, nurturing a diverse community characterized by fairness and equal opportunity. Kentucky is a diverse state with 120 counties and UK has a presence in each and every county through the agricultural extension service. Whether it's help with farming or financial planning, UK's extension agents are their ambassadors to the Commonwealth. But the commitment to service extends to every facet of university life. At the Cold stream Research Park in Lexington, UK is growing start-up high-tech and health-care companies that are growing tomorrow's economy today. Throughout the state, the College of Dentistry's mobile dental vans are providing dental care to thousands of Kentucky's children. UK HealthCare's A. B. Chandler Hospital has partnerships in community hospitals throughout the state, designed to help people stay closer to home for the basic medical needs. And their researchers are conducting pioneering studies in everything from water quality and energy production to breast cancer and cardiovascular disease.
The University of Kentucky aspires to global recognition as a nationally ranked public institution, focused intently on addressing the challenges confronting the Commonwealth it has served for more than 150 years. They are committed to providing an enriching UK experience for all students, faculty, and staff by actively exploring and adopting new initiatives that will expand both the diversity and inclusivity of their campus community. As Kentucky’s indispensable institution, they transform the lives of their students and advance the Commonwealth they serve – and beyond – through their teaching and learning, diversity and inclusion, discovery, research and creativity, promotion of health, and deep community engagement. The University of Kentucky's 800-plus acre campus is located just south of downtown Lexington, Kentucky. Major routes into town are marked with UK logo signs leading to campus. The main entrance to the campus is Administration Drive off of South Limestone. The Visitor Center is located in the Main Building on Administration Drive. If you are driving to campus be certain to check their visitor parking information. Campus is divided roughly into three parts. North campus contains primarily residence halls. Central campus is home to classrooms and offices, the W. T. Young Library, the Lucille Little Fine Arts Library, and the King Library. South campus contains additional residence halls, athletic and recreational facilities, the Chandler Medical Center, and the College of Agriculture.
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