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2011-2012
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY

* Table of Contents
Letter from President Eli Capilouto	
UK Mission and Vision	
Enrollment	

2-3

Private Giving	

26

4

Grant and Contract Awards	

27

5-9

Research and Development	

28

First-year Student Profile	

10-11

University Endowment	

29

Retention and Graduation Rates	

12-13

Library Collections	

30

Degrees Conferred	

14-16

Benchmark Institutions	

31

Administrative Organization	

32

Annual Tuition and Fees	

17

Full-time Employees	

18-19

Board of Trustees	

33

Faculty Statistics	

20-22

Administrative History	

34

UK Values	

35

Faculty Salaries	
Budgeted Revenue and Expenditures	

23
24-25

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* January 2012
In compliance with KRS 164.250, I am pleased to provide you with the 2011-2012 Fact Booklet, a collection of current
facts and statistics about people and programs at the University of Kentucky. Many items in this booklet are of interest
to our stakeholders and the general public, including statistics on enrollments, retention, research expenditures, and
faculty salaries. A summary of the 2011-2012 Operating and Capital Budget is also included in this electronic publication.
The University of Kentucky had a banner year with the fourth consecutive year of increased enrollment and second
consecutive year of record enrollments. Over 28,000 students were enrolled at the University, including historically
high numbers of undergraduates and doctoral students enrolled in professional practice programs. UK also attracted
record numbers of African-Americans and international students enrolled in undergraduate programs. Hispanic students have doubled since 2006 and our total population of international students has tripled in that time.
We received a record number of applications, more than 15,000, for admission to the fall 2011 semester – a 12
percent increase over the previous year. Over the last several years, we have increased the size of our undergraduate
student population while attracting more talented first-year students. The fall 2011 freshman class set two new UK
records by presenting a 3.63 high school GPA and average ACT composite score of 25.4. The fall-to-fall retention rate
of the previous freshman class surpassed 80 percent for the fourth year in a row.

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* The University of Kentucky’s mission is based on a profoundly important idea that a nationally and internationally
renowned university can be the catalyst for change and growth in the 21st century. That mission – our promise to
Kentucky – has never been more vital. As Kentucky’s flagship, land grant research university, we remain steadfast
in our effort to find creative solutions to complex challenges; to provide the best education to our students; to
create a campus culture that is responsive and supportive of our faculty and staff; and to uplift people and communities across the Commonwealth.
As we continue our ascent, we hope to build a better University of Kentucky, and through it, a better future for
our state.

Sincerely,

Eli Capilouto
President

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* MISSION
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.

VISION
The University of Kentucky will be one of the nation’s 20 best public research universities.

-- Adopted by the Board of Trustees, June 9, 2009

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* ENROLLMENT - Headcount and Full-time Equivalent
Fall 2011 Headcount
Level	
Full-time	 Part-time	 Total
Undergraduate	
18,454	 1,645	 20,099
Graduate*	
5,815	 1,312	
7,127
Subtotal (IPEDS)	 24,269	 2,957	27,226
UG Auditors	
Postdoctoral	
House Staff	
Total (CPE)	

0	
53	
53
237	
0	
237
578	
0	
578
25,084	 3,010	28,094

FTE calculations have been revised in accordance with CPE
guidelines. The new method uses a formula that weights the
number of student credit hours by students’ degree level.
*Note: Beginning in 2009-10, federal reporting guidelines for
enrollments eliminated the first-professional degree category
and established a new Doctor’s Degree - Professional Practice
category. These degree programs are now subsumed under the
graduate classification.

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* ENROLLMENT - Fall 2011 at a Glance
Men
Women
Total

13,784
14,310
28,094

% of
Total
49.1
50.9
100.0%

Full-time
Part-time
Total

25,084
3,010
28,094

89.3
10.7
100.0%

Resident
Non-resident
Total

21,086
7,008
28,094

75.1
24.9
100.0%

Freshmen
Sophomores
Juniors
Seniors
UG Non-degree
Subtotal Undergraduate
Master/Specialist
Doctoral*
Graduate Non-degree
Subtotal Graduate
House Staff/Post Doctoral
Total

5,328
4,395
4,433
5,553
443
20,152
2,530
4,234
363
7,127
815
28,094

% of
Total
19.0
15.6
15.8
19.8
1.6
71.7
9.0
15.1
1.3
25.4
2.9
100.0%

*Note: Beginning in 2009-10, federal reporting guidelines for enrollments eliminated the first-professional degree category and established a new Doctor’s Degree - Professional Practice category. These degree programs are included under the Doctoral classification.

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* ENROLLMENT - Fall 2011 by Race/Ethnicity

Undergrad Grad.
Black or African American
1,499 350
Amer. Indian/
39
10
Alaskan Native
Asian/Pacific Islander
488 191
Hispanic/Latino
453 134
International
412 865
White
16,338 5,184
Two or more races
286
54
Not Reported
637 339
Total
20,152 7,127

Post House
Doc.
Staff
2
11
0
2
28
2
126
61
1
17
237

Total
1,862
51

65
772
10
599
27 1,430
436 22,019
0
341
27 1,020
578 28,094
Total = 28,094

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* UNDERGRADUATES - by Residency Status
Year
Fall 2011

Kentucky
Residents
15,949

Out-of-State
Students
4,203

Fall 2010

15,933

4,055

Fall 2009

15,457

3,760

Fall 2008

15,197

3,791

Fall 2007

15,196

3,634

Fall 2006

15,757

3,571

Fall 2005

15,481

3,251

Fall 2004

15,587

2,905

Fall 2003

15,486

2,704

Fall 2002

15,348

2,530

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* APPLIED, ADMITTED and ENROLLED
First-year Students
Fall 2011
	
	
	

Applied	
Admitted	
Enrolled 	

15,153
10,362
4,139

	
	

Admit. Rate 	
Yield Rate 	

68.4%
40.0%

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* FIRST-YEAR STUDENT PROFILE
2007
Total
Female
Black or African-American
Out-of-State
International
Full-Time
Governor’s Scholars and
Governor’s School for the Arts
Merit Scholars
Valedictorians

2008

2009

2010

2011

3,865
2,021
255
1,015
20
3,837

4,110
2,099
347
999
32
4,079

4,153
2,118
403
897
44
4,111

4,328
2,219
418*
1,012
47
4,282

4,139
2,194
422*
1,073
56
4,082

348
28

389
32
133

404
31
141

371
33
147

394
32
154

Note: Valedictorian information was not available for the 2007 cohort.
* This number reflects students who reported two or more races, one of which
was “Black or African American”.

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* ACT Scores - Entering First-year Students
Year
Fall 2011
Fall 2010
Fall 2009
Fall 2008
Fall 2007
Fall 2006
Fall 2005
Fall 2004
Fall 2003
Fall 2002

N
3,865
4,049
3,906
3,825
3,532
3,864
3,453
3,609
3,385
3,391

Mean
25.5
25.2
24.7
24.4
24.3
23.9
24.5
24.2
24.3
23.8

25th/75th
Percentile
23/28
22/28
22/28
22/27
21/27
21/26
22/27
21/27
22/27
21/26

Note: Some students submit SAT scores rather
than ACT scores. These students’ scores are not
reflected in the table and graph.

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* RETENTION RATE
First-to-second Year
Retention Rate*
Cohort
2010
2009
2008
2007

Overall
81.5
81.8
80.3
81.0

2006
2005
2004

76.4
77.8
78.9

2003
2002

78.4
77.1

White
81.8
83.1
80.5
81.2
76.3
78.0
79.6
78.4
77.3

2001

79.3

79.3

Black or African
American
80.9
71.2
75.3
80.0
76.6
76.1
69.0
72.8
78.0
77.5

*Retention rates apply to first-time, full-time, degreeseeking students.

Other
80.3
80.6
84.4
79.5
77.7
76.4
80.5
83.1
71.5
81.1

	

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* GRADUATION RATE
Six-year Graduation Rate*
Cohort
2005
2004
2003
2002

Overall
59.0
58.2
59.6
57.7

2001**
2000
1999

61.4
59.1
59.8

1998
1997

59.6
61.1

White
59.7
60.1
60.5
58.6
62.5
60.6
60.8
60.2
62.2

1996

57.7

59.1

Black or African
American
46.0
38.7
42.9
47.6
50.3
45.0
46.2
49.7
49.0

Other
56.3
51.5
62.8
51.1
49.6
50.5
57.1
61.4
59.4

43.2

53.9

Note: The graduation rate for 2005 is preliminary.
*Graduation rates apply to first-time, full-time, degree-seeking
students.
**Reflects a correction made after IPEDS submission.

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* DEGREES CONFERRED
2010-2011
Baccalaureate

3,712

Master’s/Specialist’s

1307

Doctor’s Degree:
Research/Scholarship

261

Professional Practice

522

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* DEGREES CONFERRED - By College
2010-2011
College
Agriculture
Arts & Sciences
Business & Economics
Comm. & Info. Studies
Dentistry
Design
Education
Engineering
Fine Arts

Bacc. Mast.* Doc.**
537
59
27
1161
118
86
612
210
14
315
74
7
8
51
63
37
256
256
30
327
97
27
133
38
13

College
Grad. School
Health Sciences
Law
Medicine
Nursing
Pharmacy
Public Health
Social Work
Total

* Includes Specialist degrees
** Includes Doctor’s Degrees (Research/Scholarship) and Doctor’s Degrees (Professional Practice)

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Bacc. Mast.* Doc.**
65
59
97
109
135
14
123
199
30
18
4
129
68
11
50
132
3
3,712 1,307
783

* DOCTORATES - Enrollments and Degrees Awarded
Year
2011-12
2010-11
2009-10
2008-09
2007-08
2006-07
2005-06
2004-05
2003-04
2002-03

Fall
Enrollment
4,234
4,225
4,122
3,949
3,843
3,757
3,633
3,599
3,593
3,542

Degrees
Awarded
783
734
719
717
653
634
670
605
571

Note1: Federal reporting guidelines have eliminated the firstprofessional degree category and established a new Doctor’s
Degree - Professional Practice category. Doctoral enrollments
and degree recipients have been revised to include enrollments and degrees from former first-professional programs.
Note2: Enrollments are based on the fall semester of a given
academic year. The number of degree recipients for 2011-12
is not yet available.

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* ANNUAL TUITION and FEES
2011-2012
Resident	
Graduate	
Undergraduate	
- Lower Division	
- Upper Division	

Tuition	
Fees
$ 8,860	 $ 1,006

Non-resident	
Graduate	
Undergraduate
- Lower Division	
- Upper Division	

Tuition	
Fees
$ 19,320	 $ 1,006

8,122	
8,386	

17,734	
17,984	

1,006
1,006

1,006
1,006

Note 1: The undergraduate tuition rate in the graph
applies to lower division students.
Note 2: Several graduate programs (e.g., MBA) have
differential tuition rates.

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* FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES
2010-2011
Full-Time Employees
Exec./Admin./Managerial
Faculty
Library Faculty
Other Professional
Secretarial/Clerical
Tech./Paraprofessional
Skilled Crafts
Service/Maintenance
Total

President’s
Office

Educational
Units

36
0
0
199
80
22
6
10
353

Provost
Administration/
Support

182
2,157
63
1,767
1,273
913
31
172
6,558

111
0
0
494
308
103
6
127
1,149

Finance and
Administration

Health
Affairs

Total

% Total

83
0
0
362
182
194
151
655
1,627

101
0
0
1,168
653
336
0
280
2,538

513
2,157
63
3,990
2,496
1,568
194
1,244
12,225

4.2%
17.6%
0.5%
32.6%
20.4%
12.8%
1.6%
10.2%
100.0%

Note 1: Percentages may not total properly due to rounding.
Note 2: The President’s Office includes staff from the Athletics Department and the Offices of the General Counsel, Institutional Advancement, and
Commercialization and Economic Development.
Note 3: Starting in 2006-07, library faculty are reported to the federal government in the other professional category. For this publication, library
faculty are classified separately.

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* FULL-TIME EMPLOYEE DEMOGRAPHICS
2010-2011
Full-time Employees
Exec./Admin./Managerial
Faculty
Library Faculty
Other Professional
Secretarial/Clerical
Tech./Paraprofessional
Skilled Crafts
Service/Maintenance
Total

American
Indian/
Black or African Alaskan
American
Native
27
1
90
1
2
1
165
2
309
1
143
1
22
0
402
0
1,160
7

Asian/
Two or
Pacific Hispanic/
more
Islander Latino White races
15
3
467
0
256
35
1,774
1
1
0
59
0
202
32
3,587
2
25
10
2,148
3
72
23
1,326
3
3
0
169
0
20
10
811
1
594
113
10,341
10

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Female
237
774
44
2,561
2,206
944
3
474
7,243

Male
276
1383
19
1429
290
624
191
770
4,982

* FULL-TIME FACULTY - Historical Trends
2010-2011
2009-2010
2008-2009
2007-2008
2006-2007
2005-2006
2004-2005
2003-2004
2002-2003
2001-2002*

Instructional
Faculty
1,313
1,276
1,245
1,250
1,233
1,211
1,198
1,209
1,202
1,165

Other
Faculty
907
889
851
807
795
731
722
681
699
710

Note: Beginning in 2001-2002, changes in the federal definition of ‘Instuctional Faculty’ excluded ‘Extension Faculty;’
however, Lecturers are now included. ‘Other Faculty’ now
includes those with Extension, Clinical, Research and Library
faculty series designations.

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* FACULTY DEMOGRAPHICS
Tenured and Tenure-track Faculty
	
2010-2011
American
Indian/
Black or African Alaskan
Asian/
Hispanic/
American
Native Pac. Islander
Latino
Full-Time Faculty
Professors/Lib. I
Associate Professors/Lib. II

M
3
24

Assistant Professors/Lib. III
Instructors/Lib. IV
Total

12
39

F
6
14
14
1

M

35

1

F

M F
52 7
36 14
43 24

M
5
1
4

F
1
2
10

M
F
461 120
283 171
173 127
6
1

M

131 45

10

13

923 419

0

1
1
1

White

Two or
more
races

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F

1
1

* FACULTY - By Rank and Title Series: 2010-2011
Tenured/Tenure Track
Rank
Professors/Lib. I
Associate Professors/Lib. II

Regular
529
369

Assistant Professors/Lib. III
Instructors/Lib. IV
Total

323
1
1,222

Librarian
22
30
3
8

Extension
40
16
15

Spec. Title
64
131
67

Total
655
546
408
9

63

71

262

1,618

Lecturer

Other
4

Total
27
75
301
50
27
122

Non-tenure Track
Rank
Professors
Associate Professors

Clinical
18
59

Assistant Professors
Instructors
Senior Lecturers
Lecturers
Total

219
30

Research
5
16
76

6
20
27
122

326

97

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149

30

602

* FACULTY SALARIES
Fall
2010
2009
2008*
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001

All-ranks
Average Salary
$ 81,000
$ 81,189
80,813
79,350
76,065
73,685
71,026
69,911
66,953
66,713

Benchmark
Median Salary
$ 100,766
97,833
96,312
88,787
85,300
82,664
81,713
78,594
76,547
74,184

*Note: Beginning in 2008-09, the Top 20 Business Plan benchmark institutions replaced the 19 CPE benchmark institutions in salary comparisons.

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* REVENUE

(In Millions)

Source of Funds
State Appropriations
Student Tuition and Fees
County Appropriations
Endowment and Investment Income
Federal Appropriations
Gifts, Grants and Contracts
Sales and Services
Hospital Services
Auxiliary Enterprises
UK Affiliated Corporations
Appropriated Fund Balances - University
Transfers
Total

Revised Budget Budget
2010-11
2011-12
$290.7
$303.4
289.4
314.3
17.8
18.4
26.5
24.5
17.7
17.7
229.2
234.4
20.8
20.9
917.8
1,027.7
85.2

90.7

407.2
192.0
5.5

398.1
221.8
2.9

$2,499.8 $2,674.8

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* EXPENDITURES

(In Millions)

Revised Budget
Program
2010-11
Instruction
$367.5
299.3
Research
Public Service
304.7
Libraries
25.5
Academic Support
101.0
Student Services
34.8
Institutional Support
109.2
Operations and Maintenance
66.5
Student Financial Aid
106.3
Auxiliary Enterprises
145.5
Hospital Services
867.7
Mandatory Transfers
71.8
Total
$2,499.8

Budget
2011-12
$353.7
285.0
311.1
26.1
102.9
37.1
110.0
84.1
116.0
164.8
1008.2
75.8
$2,674.8

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Revised Budget
Category
2010-11
Personnel Services
$1,156.0
Operating Expenses
1,197.2
Capital Outlay
74.8
Mandatory Transfers
71.8
Total
$2,499.8

Budget
2011-12
$1,235.8
1,243.7
119.5
75.8
$2,674.8

* PRIVATE GIVING

(In Millions)

Fiscal Year 2010-2011
Alumni

$ 24.6

Non-alumni

13.5

Corporations

17.8

Foundations

12.5

Trusts/Associations
Total

9.2
$ 77.6

Note: With the transfer of LCC to the KCTCS in 200304 FY, gifts to LCC stopped being reflected in UK’s
Private Giving statistics.

Fiscal Year

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* GRANT and CONTRACT AWARDS (In Millions)
2010-2011
By Category of Support
Instruction
Research
Public Service
Other
Total
By Source
Federal
State
Business, Industry, Other

$ 14.6
202.8
76.8
4.9
$ 299.1

56%
23%
21%

	 Note: With the transfer of LCC to the KCTCS in 2003-04 FY,
awards to LCC stopped being reflected in UK’s Grant and
Contract Awards statistics.

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* RESEARCH and DEVELOPMENT (In Thousands)
Fiscal
Year
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001

Total
R&D
Expenditures*
$ 359,944
351,943
329,354
331,606
323,958
306,653
297,610
272,062
236,275
211,721

Research and Development Expenditures

Federally
Financed
R&D
Expenditures*
$ 171,528
144,221
154,260
154,688
151,238
142,794
129,887
120,003
100,426
86,239

*As reported to the National Science Foundation for
science and engineering disciplines; expenditures for FY 2008 and
FY 2009 have been revised.

Fiscal Year

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* UNIVERSITY ENDOWMENT (In Thousands)
Market Value of University Endowment
Fiscal
Year
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002

Market
Value
$ 881,860
748,676
668,008
871,861
916,590
746,114
538,384
491,098
414,328
399,030

Note: In 2006, the Chandler Medical Center University Hospital Quasi-Endowment Fund for $150 million
was established, accounting for the large increase
over the 2005 total.

Fiscal Year

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* LIBRARY COLLECTIONS
Volumes Held
Current Periodical Titles
Mircoforms
Audio-visual Materials

2008-2009
3,784,382
78,194
6,506,097
96,717

2009-2010
3,915,579
87,287
6,555,102
99,373

2010-2011
3,980,246
97,417
6,594,828
99,342

UK Libraries’ collections also include access to approximately 450 licensed networked
electronic databases, over 69,000 electronic journals and over 550,000 electronic books
accessible in the University’s 12 libraries and also available to faculty and students off
campus via a proxy server. In addition, the collections include: 264,000 maps; over 200
current state, national and international newspapers; nearly 8,000 interviews in the Louis B. Nunn Center for Oral History;
the University Archives and Records Program; the Wendell H. Ford Public Policy Research Center; the Audio-Visual Archives;
the Bert T. Combs Appalachian Collection; the Public Policy Archives; the Rare Book Collection which includes the W. Hugh
Peal Collection of 19th century English and related literature; and the Preservation Reformatting Center. The Center for
Digital Programs creates digital content for the Kentucky Digital Library including electronic texts, digitized photographs,
images and archival finding aids. UK Libraries is a regional deposi¬tory for U.S. government publications, and also a depository for Canadian government publications and European Union publications. British Parliamentary Papers, Kentucky
government publications, and technical reports from federal agencies are all selectively collected.

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* TOP 20 BUSINESS PLAN BENCHMARK INSTITUTIONS
Georgia Institute of Technology

University of Florida

Ohio State University

University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign

Pennsylvania State University

University of Maryland - College Park

Rutgers University - New Brunswick

University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

Texas A & M University

University of Minnesota - Twin Cities

The University of Texas at Austin

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

University of California - Berkeley

University of Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh Campus

University of California - Davis

University of Virginia

University of California - Los Angeles

University of Washington - Seattle Campus

University of California - San Diego

University of Wisconsin - Madison
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* ADMINISTRATIVE ORGANIZATION

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* BOARD of TRUSTEES
C.B. Akins, Sr.
William C. Britton
Edward Britt Brockman
Sheila Brothers
Jo Hern Curris
William Stamps Farish, Jr.
Micah Fielden
Oliver Keith Gannon
Carol Martin“Bill” Gatton
Pamela T. May

Lexington
Louisville
Louisville
Staff Member
Alumni Member
Versailles
Student Member
Mt. Sterling
Tennessee
Pikeville

(2017)
(2017)
(2014)
(2013)
(2014)
(2016)
(2012)
(2016)
(2015)
(2013)

Billy Joe Miles
Terry Mobley
Sandy Patterson
Joe Peek
Erwin Roberts
Charles R. Sachatello
C. Frank Shoop
James W. Stuckert
Irina Voro
Barbara Young

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Owensboro
Lexington
Alumni Member
Faculty Member
Louisville
Lexington
Lexington
Prospect
Faculty Member
Lexington

(2013)
(2016)
(2012)
(2013)
(2012)
(2013)
(2014)
(2015)
(2014)
(2015)

* ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY
1865	 Agricultural and Mechanical College
(A&M) established as part of Kentucky
University
1869	 James K. Patterson became President of
A&M
1878	 A&M separated from Kentucky University
1882	 A&M moved to current location in Lexington
1885	 Ag. Experiment Station opened
1889	 College of Agriculture established
1908	 College of Arts and Sciences and College
of Law established; A&M name changed
to “State University, Lexington, Kentucky”
1909	 University Library established
1911	 Henry S. Barker became President of
State University
1916	 State University renamed University of
Kentucky
1917	 Frank L. McVey became President of UK;
Graduate School established
1918	 College of Engineering established
1923	 College of Education established
1925	 College of Business and Economics established

1941	 Herman L. Donovan became President
1947	 College of Pharmacy moved to UK
1956	 Frank G. Dickey became President
1957	 Ashland Extension Center established
1960	 Medical Center established; College of
Medicine admitted first class; College of
Nursing admitted first class; Henderson
Extension Center and Southeast Extension Center established
1962	 College of Dentistry admitted first class;
University Hospital opened
1963	 John W. Oswald became President
1964	 Community College System established
under UK; College of Architecture established
1965	 Lexington Technical Institute (LTI) established
1966	 College of Allied Health Professions
established
1967	 College of Home Economics established
1968	 Albert D. Kirwan became President
1969	 College of Social Work established;
	
Otis A. Singletary became President
1970	 College of Library and Information 	
Science established

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1976	 College of Communications and
	
College of Fine Arts established
1982	 University reorganized with a 		
Central Administration and three 	
sectors headed by Chancellors 	
(Lexington Campus, Medical Center, 	
and Community College System)
1984	 LTI became Lexington Community
	College
1987	 David P. Roselle became President
1990	 Charles T. Wethington, Jr. became 	
President
1993	 College of Communications and 	
Information Studies established
1998	 William T. Young Library opened;
	
All Community Colleges (except LCC) 	
transferred to the KCTCS
2001	 Lee T. Todd, Jr. became President; 	
University reorganized with a 		
Provost model
2002	 College of Design established
2004	 LCC transferred to the KCTCS;
College of Public Health established
2011	 Eli Capilouto became President

* VALUES
The values of the University guide its decisions and the behavior of its community. Its
core values are:
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Integrity
Excellence
Mutual Respect and Human Dignity
Diversity and Inclusion
Academic Freedom

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Shared Governance
Work-life Sensitivity
Civic Engagement
Social Responsibility

--	Adopted by the Board of Trustees, June 9, 2009

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