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Dining Services

Looking for on-campus dining locations during Winter Break?

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Connect with Campus Events

Find more information about upcoming virtual events and programs on BBNvolved.

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Basic Needs

Center for Support and Intervention

The Center of Support and Intervention (CSI) serves as a central hub to connect students with resources to meet basic needs regarding food and housing.   If you are currently experiencing a basic needs crisis please complete our referral form.

Fill out a CSI Referral Form

Visit the CSI Basic Needs and Services Page

Visit the CSI Website

Bias Incident Support Services

If you have experienced a bias incident you can receive support services through the Bias Incident Support Services office.

Contact BISS

Childcare and Dependent Grants

Childcare and Dependent Grants are available to full or part-time students to help them pay for cost associated with their care through the Student Government Association. Some examples of what is eligible for funding are: diapers(child/adult), formula, daycare, and in home care. Should you have any specific questions please reach out to Jillian Chamberlain.

Big Blue Pantry

Located in the basement of White Hall Classroom Building (room 025) next to the Post Office, the Big Blue Pantry is open to any University of Kentucky student with a valid UK ID experiencing food insecurity or hunger.

Contact us at bigbluepantry@gmail.com for any questions, or for a special appointment if our hours don't work for you.

Find out more about Big Blue Pantry on their website. 

A photo of a shelf of food in the Big Blue Pantry.

Student Organizations and Activities

Involvement Advising

An opportunity for students to connect with an Involvement Advising Coordinator (a peer leader) virtually or via email to learn more about their interests and guide students in getting involved and engaged on campus.

Schedule an Appointment with an Advisor

Volunteer Advising

An opportunity for students to connect with a Volunteer Advisor (a peer leader) to navigate different service opportunities on campus and in the greater Lexington community. Appointments are available virtually via students’ MyUK.