Admitted Students

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Congratulations on being accepted to the Department of Toxicology and Cancer Biology! Below are links to assist you in the next steps of your journey as a UK graduate student.


Linkblue is a directory account (user ID and password) used when connecting to many campus-wide systems, including myUK, student email, Canvas, myUK GPS (Graduation Planning System) and iTunesU. To activate your linkblue account, you will need your UK ID number and temporary passcode, which are located in your admission letter. After you have your UK ID number and temporary passcode go to to activate your account and email.

The following is intended to serve as a guide for graduate students in the Department of Toxicology and Cancer Biology (DTCB). The Graduate School Bulletin should be consulted for detailed procedures and regulations not discussed in this document. Read the Research Graduate Student Handbook here.

For information on when and how to register for classes, click here and scroll down to the section titled “Newly Admitted Graduate Students” or “Currently Enrolled Graduate Students.”

The Graduate School provides an array of resources; from general information for all students to the basic necessities of student life and much more. Click here to see all of the resources available to you.

If you have any questions regarding your Student Account, such as tuition/fee payments, refunds, holds, address change, etc. please reach out to a staff member at the Student Account Services Office.

Your time at UK is about more than just earning a degree, it’s about personal growth and development, making memories and building lasting relationships. There are numerous ways to get involved on campus, click here to explore the organizations UK has to offer.

If you are interested in working while attending UK, we offer part-time student employment and research assistantships. Before applying for an assistantship, please confirm with the Director of Graduate Studies that you are eligible to apply.