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10 > Image 10 of Kentucky Alumnus, 1988, no. 3

Part of Kentucky alumnus

3 //`\ I I M AI < I I A I I I 3 I I , G-ctl I I IT'S TRUE. THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY IS A BIG PLACE."23,000 STUDENTS, 5,400 FACULTY MEMBEP I YO, N EARLY 150 BUILDINGS, THE EIGHTH LARGEST POLICE FORCE IN THE STAIE. Bm ALONG WITH ITS SIQL; E COMES SOME VERY IMPORTANT ADVANTAGESMA FACULTY OF WHICH 98 PERCENT HAVE THE FHGHE; II I I DEGREE OF CERTIFICATION POSSIBLE IN THEIR FIELD, A STUDENT TEACHER RATIO OF 15 TO 1, CHI ,. LENGING CLASSM/{I ES WITH AN AVERAGE ACT SCORE ABOVE 22, LIBRARIES WITH A TOTAL COLLI* N II`; I I TION OF OVER TWO MILLION ITEMS. I IT IS BECAUSE OF ITS SIZE STUDENTS CAN FIND A WORI 1) II I I I OF THEIR OWN HERE. IT DOESNT TAKE LONG FOR MOST STUDENTS TO MASTER THE LEXINGTCL I I I CAMPUS. DORMITORIES AND CREEK ORGANIZATIONS CAN PROVIDE A FOUNDATTON FOR FRIEN 2- II SHIPS THAT EXTEND FOR YEARS BEYOND THE CAMPUS EXPERIENCE. CLASSMAT ES BECOME STU} FY II _ BUDDIES. EACH YEAR COLLEGIANS CROSS PATHS WITH FAMILIAR FACES, AND, YES, PROFESSORS AI E APPROACHABLE! I UK, TOO, IS DOING BETTER WITH THE DELIVERY OF STUDENT SERVICES. .I I I ON -LIN E, COMPUTERIZED PROCESS OF REGISTERING FOR CLASSES JUST BEGAN. MORE AND BETT3. I PUBLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE TO HELP STUDENTS TIIROUGH THE ADMITTANCE PROCEDURES AF . D IY ACADEMIC REOUIREMENTS. CAREFUL READING AND THE WILLINGNESS TO ASK FOR HELP MAI- E I THINGS WORK. THE BUREAUCRACY IS SUR\/IVABLE! I HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS, AND EVEN 7T I I AND BTH GRADERS, CAN START NOW TO TAKE THE SURPRISE OUT OF THE COLLEGIATE EXPERIENCE AT UK. HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELORS SHOULD HAVE A BOOKLET ENTITLED, PLANNING FOR UIGERIENCE AT YOURALMA MPCTER. ' ff ' II .