University of Kentucky By: John YOu

Admission Requirement for University of Kentucky are:

Test Scores: Required

High School GPA: Required

High School Class Rank: Recommended

Completion of College Preparatory Program: Required

Recommendations :Recommended

Overview of University of Kentucky is a public institution that was founded in 1865.

University of Kentucky's ranking in the 2017 edition of Best Colleges is National Universities, 133.

The University of Kentucky is located in the city of Lexington, which is about 80 miles south of Cincinnati and 200 miles northeast of Nashville.

Outside the classroom, University of Kentucky students can get involved by joining nearly 350 clubs, Greek life or the Kentucky Kernel student newspaper.

Notable alumni include Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell, who was voted to serve as president of the Student Bar Association while studying law at University of Kentucky.

The University of Kentucky is a public land grant institution that prepares students for an increasingly diverse and technological world.

The University strives to nurture a true learning community - one that inspires academic growth and learning among faculty, staff, and students.

The application fee at University of Kentucky is $50. Scores for either the ACT or SAT test are due August 01.

University of Kentucky Admission Requirements: Average GPA 3.68, SAT Math has to be 573 average 510-630 range of middle 50%. SAT Critical Reading 562 average 500-620 range of middle 50%. SAT Writing 555 average 490-610 range of middle 50%. ACT Composite 26 average 22-28 range of middle 50%. Cost to attend, In-state: $24,810 Out-of-state: $39,646. Tuition fees In-state: $11,320 Out-of-state: $26,156. Room and Board:$9,230. Books and Supplies $1,000. Other Expenses $3,260. Acceptance rate is 72.2%. Three majors offered: Business, Education, Science, Technology, and math.

Total Enrollment of University of Kentucky is 29,727. Many students can range from all over the country such as China, South America, and etc. Graduation rate is 61.7%, and it was reported in 2014. Employers who register with UK James W. Stuckert Career Center are provided with access to our online job posting system. All employers and their representatives must comply with all Equal Employment Opportunity standards. All job postings must contain accurate information about the positions offered, as well as the organization offering the employment opportunity. Nursing 211 bachelor graduation, Biology, General 209, Marketing 203 graduates, General Psychology has 199 bachelor graduates. The internships are American Australian Association Fellowships, Breakthrough Summer Teaching Internships, Bureau of the Census Pathways Internship Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Center for Strategic and International Studies Internships, Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Fellowship, Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange Program, Connecticut Health Policy Project Internships, Emigre Memorial German Internship, and etc.

Attractions in the local area is the world-famous Kentucky Horse Park lies 10 miles north of Lexington (I 75, exit 120). This is a working horse farm that is open to the public. It offers all kinds of information on horses. Another one is the Lexington Cemetery was established as a public cemetery in 1849. It highlights the social, political, military and environmental history of the community. Lastly the Aviation Museum of Kentucky in Lexington is designed to educate about the aviation industry and inspire those interested in pursuing a career aviation. Various aircraft are on display, both inside the 20,000 square feet facility and outside.

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