LEXINGTON, Ky. (Jan. 11, 2023) — While the Spring 2023 semester has only just begun, University of Kentucky students already have access to the Summer 2023 and Fall 2023 schedule of classes.
On Jan. 6, the UK Registrar made the upcoming semesters’ course schedules available to students, to assist in their degree planning, for both this semester and future semesters. The last day to add a class for the Spring 2023 semester is Friday, Jan. 13.
UK officials encourage students to work with their advisors to plan out their courses for their degree program, to ensure they’re on track and taking the most appropriate coursework to advance to a degree.
A new feature in myUK GPS (Graduation Planning System) is also available to help students track their progress toward their degree. Students can now see a percentage indicating the total progress they’ve made toward their degree requirements. This feature gives both students and their advisors the ability to visualize their degree progress more accurately and was designed to help retain students and shorten the time it takes to complete their degree.
For more information, students should contact their academic advisors, or contact the University Registrar at 859-257-7173.
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