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law enforcement unit personnel and health staff); a person or company with whom the University has contracted (such as an attorney, auditor, or collection  
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that it intends to forward records on request.] {
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ANNUAL DISCLOSURE STATEIVI ENT
Student Right-to-Know Act (P.L. 101 -542)
University of Kentucky
2001 -2002
Section 103 ofthe Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act of 1 990 (Public Law 101-542) as amended by the Higher Education Technical Amendments g
of 1991 (Public Law 102-26) requires public disclosure of relevant graduation rate information for students enrolled in colleges and universities receiving federal  
financial assistance annually beginning july 1, 1993. The following statement is the University of Kentucky’s official disclosure statement in accordance with the _ Q
requirements of P.L. 101-542 Section 103 for the 2001-2002 academic year. `
Graduation Rate of Entering Freshmen »  
The graduation rate for all students entering the University of Kentucky as first-time freshmen during the 1994-95 academic year* was 55.4 percent. This  
graduation rate represents the percentage of students entering the University of Kentucky as first-time (i.e., new) full—time degree-seeking freshmen during the S
1994 Summer and Fall terms who subsequently were awarded baccalaureate degrees by the University of Kentucky within six calendar years (i.e., through August
2000). This rate was calculated under definitions and procedures established by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), and reported to the NCAA
on the University`s 2000 Graduation Rate Disclosure Form in March 2001.
Final regulations and guidelines for the calculation, reporting, and disclosure of graduation rate information required under the Student Right-to-Know Act have  
not yet been issued by the Department of Education. Definitions of the entering student cohort in the Department of Education’s proposed regulations (Federal li
Regirrer, july 10, 1992) and the NCAA Graduation Rate Disclosure Form differ slightly. However, the University has determined that the graduation rate _
information in the annual NCAA report is substantially comparable to the information required under the Student Right-to-Know Act, and is reporting that  
information at this time pending release of final federal regulations. \
March 2001
’ The information to be disclosed byjuly 1 ofeach year is "the graduation rate for the most recent cohort ofentering students that all have had an opportunity to complete or graduate  
from their respective programs" in the specified completion period (which for the University ofKentucky is six years). The most recent entering cohort meeting this requirement is  
the 1994-95 freshman class.  

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· GENERAL INFORMATION
Official Academic Calendar ...........................................................................................,............................................................................... 4
The University ..........................................................................................,............,....................................................................................... 9
Undergraduate Admission .......................................,.............................................................................................................................,..... 1 1
Fees .............................................................................................................................................................................,............................... 17
Student Financial Aid, Awards and Benefits ................................................................................................................................................ 22
Libraries ....................................................,................................................................................................................................................. 27
Cultural Opportunities ................................................................................................................................................................................ 28
Living Accommodations ....,........................,...,........................,................................................................................................................... 30
Student Services and Activities ...................................................................................................................................................................., 33
‘ Academic Advising ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 40
I Special Academic Programs .............................................................................................................................,........................................... 42
  Academic Requirements ....,.................................................................................................,....................................................................... 50
  The University Studies Program .................................................................................................................................................................. 61
  THE COLLEGES AND THEIR PROGRAMS
i Agriculture ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 67
  Allied Health Professions ................................................................................................................................................................... 77
I Architecture ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 83
I Arts and Sciences ............................................................................................................................................................................... 86
  Business and Economics .........,........................................................................................................................................................ 107
  Communications and Information Studies ...................................................................................................................................... 111
  Dentistry .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 1 17
i Distance Learning Technology Center ....................... 1 ............................................................,........................................................ 1 18
` Education ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 1 19
Engineering ................................................................,.................................................................................................................... 143
Fine Arts .......................................................................................................................................................................................... I 5 1
The Gaines Center ........................................................................................................................................................................... 159
The Graduate School ..........,............................................................................................................................................................ 160
Honors Program .............................................................................................................................................................................. 163
Human Environmental Sciences ....................................................................................................................... . .............................. 164
Law .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 171
Medicine .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 1 73
Nursing ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 1 74
p Pharmacy ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 177
  School of Public Health ................................................................................................................................................................... 178
`   Social Work ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 179
  University Extension .....................,.................................................................................................................................................. 181
j Lexington Community College ......................................................................................................................................................., 183
I COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
Course Numbering System ...................................................................................................................................................................,.... 194
Course Abbreviations ................................................................................................................................................................................. 195
F ` Course Descriptions .................................................................................................................................................................................. 196
if THE UNIVERSITY
  University Faculty ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 312
Administration .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 336
I University as a Drug-Free Institution .,.............................................................................................................................................   ........ 337
I Policy on Residency ..................,............................................................,..................,................................................................................ 341
I Index ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 344

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    Semester Augugt 14-2012 Tuesday through Monday - Registration for new program  
ra uate stu ents ‘
February 1 - Thursday- Deadline for Allied Health, Dietetics, Interior Design, g . ( 
and Nursing applications to be submitted to The Undergraduate School for Auguie ide e Wednesday through Saturday _ Add/Deep eee eegleeeeed  
the 2001 Fall Semester em en6 Th d h h M d Fan _ _ F  
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February 15 e Thursday _ Deadline eee eeeeemm eppheeme seeking edmleeem August 17- Friday—Advising Conference and Registration for new international ji
to the Fall or Summer 8 week terms. Applicants for the 2001 Fall Semester by . . . . . . 3
th. . . . . . . . students who have been cleared for admission but did not priority register r·
is date who meet selective admission criteria will be offered general adm1s— _ _ _ _
sion; applicants alier this date or deferred decision candidates will be consid- August 17’l8 ' Friday dulougb Saturday ”` Reglsdaueu fdr Evening/Weekend — 
ered on a space—available basis only. students Q
February 15 - Thursday - Priority filing deadline for the 2001-2002 academic August 18'21 “ Saturday mmugb Tuesday ` KY Welcome du- au new uudep _ 
year for financial aid for entering freshmen graduate sfudems . . . ·  
March 1 - Thursday — Deadline for all applicants to the College ofArchitecture Augl§t 20 'f_M°ne;{aY'A‘;V'i;ug eéonfesfueegigd R§El$“?“°@ foihugw msumen  
March 1 - Thursday — Deadline for submission of application and all required an . il-ine ee em eneew 0 eve een e eeee eee lesion ue nee enemy l
documents to the Office of Admissions for UK Community College transfer regis e _ _ r 
applicants planning to attend April Advising Conference (including registra- August 20-21 ' Monday- T¤=Sd¤v “ OPem"g“°f'eefm add/drop for registered »‘
tion for classes) for 2001 Fall Semester sfudems l I I ?
April 1 - Sunday — Priority filing deadline for the 2001-2002 academic year for August 2u'24 ' Moudayuuougb FudaY“APPr°Ved ume Period fm studeufs te 9 
nnancnu aid for Continuing and uansfscl. Students Shaglge academic majors (note: please check with college for admission  
April 1 - Sunday - Deadline for NAAB Architecture transfer applicants A ee uae) T da Ad _ _ C { d R _ _ F d _ _ A
April 12 - Thursday—Advising Conference for transfer students admitted for fall uguet.2 e uee Y _ wemg   eeenee an egleeeenen Or eee mleelem
_ _ _ _ _ transient, non-degree, and auditing students who have been cleared for  
April 15 - Sunday- Deadline for applying with college deans for reinstatement admission but did not Priority register
em a s°°°"d a°ad°""° s“sp°”s'°" fm me 2001 Fall Semester August 21 - Tuesday - Last day u student may officially drop u course or cancel Q
May 1-june 16 - Tuesday through Saturday—Add/Drop for registered students registration with the University Registrar for a pull refund Oi: fees M 
june 1 - Friday — Deadline for submission of application and all required August 22 _ Wcdn€Sday_ First day Ofclasscs Z 
documents to the Of¥ice ofAdmissions for undergraduate applicants, exclud— A 22 A t 28 W d d th h T d Late r i t ation f I
ing freshman applicants who will be considered on a space-available basis uguee . e ugue e .e nee ey . mug. ues ey _ . eg e e O
_ _ _ _ _ _ returning students who did not priority register and new applicants cleared late _
Juggé?S;gixcggj<;1;;?i;;;;;d¢rg*¤dwe¤¤f¤r¤¤¤¤¤¤1¤PP*¤¤¤¤¤¤<>S¤bm¤ for ailimission. A late fee is assessed students who register during this time 2
perio . t 
june 15 - Friday - Earliest date to submit application for regular and Early August 28 _ Tu€sday_ Last day to add a class for the 2001 Fall Semester
Decision Program admission, College ofMedicine, for the 2002 FallSemester Au St 28 _ Tucsda _ Last da [O Ouncian Withdraw {mm the Univcrsi or  0.
june 18-july 20 — Summer Advising Conferences for new freshmen, Commu- gauge Course loagand {Ken; an 80 Pcrggm refund ey `
nity College transfers, advanced standing (transfer) students, and readmitted . . , 
. August 28 - Tuesday — Last day for students in the Employee Educational
smdeme eeeeumg eee tee 2001 eau eemeeter _ _ _ Program who registered and/ or changed schedules after August 1 to submit .
July 20 · may · D¤¤d*·¤¤ {0* =¤PP1¥¤¤g fm ¤=*m·SS}¤¤_¤> ¤ Pfogmm whs rrp form to Human Resource Services ro confirm zum rar summer r 
Graduate School for the 2001 Fall Semester. Applications for readmission, registration and tuition Waiver i
post-baccalaureate status, and visiting student status will be accepted after the September 3 Monday Labor Day Academic Holiday i
deadline. · e _ e C 
July 21 -AuguSt 3 - Saturday through Friday -Add/Drop for registered grudenrg Segigrgliegcgig X/a;‘;l;’§seiaY “ Last oaY to d[0P 3 Course Wiihmii it ¤PP€¤¤¤g 0¤ l 
August 1 - Wednesday- Final deadline for submission of all required documents e P . . . i
. . . . . September 12 — Wednesday- Last day to change grading option (pass/fail to letter r
to the Office ofAdmissions for undergraduate admission, excluding freshman d 1 d /f .l_ d. d. d. d. ) . 
for the 2001 Fall Semester, who will be considered on a space-available basis. gm e or eeefe gee e ee Pass el ’ eee It FO au Ie or eu It [O eee le .  
Non-degree students who enroll through the Evening/Weekend Program September 14 ' F“daY ‘ base daY for semseafemem ofseudems eaoeeuedfor ·
registration before the beginningofclasses foreighr(8) hours orless are exempt "o“PaYmem of registration fees and/or bousmg and dmmg eees· Requires l
{mm uns dcadnnu .payment of fees and may require payment of reinstatement fee. _
August 1 - Wednesday - Deadline for application for Early Decision Program, September 19 ' WednesdaY”   daY to ome1auYW*mdraW from me UmVers“Y V.
College up Medicine, for the 2002 pall Semester or reduce course load and receive a 50 percent refund A
August 1 - Wednesday — Last day for students in the Employee Educational September 20 ‘ TbufsdaY ' Last daY for Vilma an aPPh°a¤°“ for a December , i
Program registered throughAugust l to submit EEP form to Human Resource degree m eouege deem s omee H 
Services to confirm 2001 Fall Semester registration and tuition waiver September 20 - Thursday - Deadline for submission of application and all r_ 
August 8 _ Wednesday _ Deadline {Or applying tu the Graduate School for requireddocuments to the Officeofd1eRegistrarforchange ofresidencystatus  -'
readmission, post-baccalaureate status, and visiting student status for the 2001 for 2001 Fail Semester · 
Fall Semester in order to register before the beginning of classes and avoid late October 5 - Friday — Fall Break - Academic Holiday  r
fcc October 15 - Monday- Deadline for submission of application and all required  "
August 9 - Thursd