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Inclusive excellence at the University of Kentucky continues to be a priority in colleges, units and departments across the community. This site highlights and celebrates all of the inclusivity work happening in our community initiated and driven by passionate staff, faculty and students. Here, you can learn more about the various initiatives, read about diversity-related news and efforts from all areas of the UK community and find a comprehensive list of resources and organizations that promote belonging.

Click here to visit the Office for Institutional Diversity website 

DEI News and Updates

Gen.G opens applications for the 4th class of its $1 Million Gen.G Foundation scholarship pledge

Global esports organization Gen.G today announced the opening of the application process for the fourth annual Gen.G Foundation scholarship. As a part of Gen.G’s $1 million pledge over the next 10 years, the scholarship primarily focuses on women, people of color and low income students enrolled in a U.S. university or college who are interested in gaming, esports, entrepreneurship, journalism or content creation. Students can apply here.

Explore First: Inaugural first-gen study abroad program expands access to the world

When was the last time you did something that scared you? When you embraced fear and let it empower you? For many first-generation students, this is every step of their college experience.  

Get Involved!

The University of Kentucky is a vibrant, global campus. With more than 550 student organizations and multiple units and colleges across the university, there are always opportunities to get involved! 

Discover the possibilities to learn more about and engage with our diverse community. 

Find Events on BBNvolved

Message from President Capilouto

Our Next Steps in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Where do we go from here? Q&A with UK President Eli Capilouto

Anti-Racism and Racial Trauma Resources

The University of Kentucky Counseling Center offers numerous resources for healing, support and allyship.  

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Disability Resource Center

The DRC provides services to the university community so students with a wide array of disabilities have an equal opportunity to fully participate in all aspects of university life.

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Bias Incident Reporting

You may use this form to make a report of discrimination, harassment, or sexual misconduct but are not required to use this form. You may also make a report by contacting the Office of Institutional Equity and Equal Opportunity at 859-257-8927 to speak with a staff member. 

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