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The mission of uKnight Alumni Association is to champion the mission of Kentucky Christian University to our alumni, both present and potential supporters, and prospective students. The uKnight Alumni Association will effectively communicate to our alumni the current and future endeavors of the University, and will provide a dynamic and productive mechanism for engaging alumni in the life of the University on a continual basis.

Why uKnight?

The uKnight Alumni Association is designed to help connect alumni to KCU’s students, faculty, staff and other alumni around the world. Together we are charting a course to advance the mission of KCU and build a transformational legacy to positively impact future students and our community.

uKnight accomplishes this by:

  1. Supporting KCU’s guiding principles of Christ, Character and Career through your service on uKnight committees and sharing of your time, talent and gifts to the University.
  2. Having a voice in the “ownership” of KCU by identifying leaders for the uKnight Alumni Council. The Chair of the Council will have the opportunity to be recommended for membership on the Board of Trustees.
  3. Participating in opportunities to interact and serve both personally and professionally through prayer and financial support with fellow alumni mission endeavors regionally and throughout the world.

Membership

The uKnight Alumni Association shall be a non-dues paying entity.  All graduates holding a degree from Kentucky Christian are automatically full members of the Association.  All Members are eligible to participate in the uKnight Council, hold office in the Association, and be eligible to become part of the Ambassador program. Those who have attended Kentucky Christian no less than two semesters and did not receive a degree are also illegible for membership. Registration is required to activate your status in the uKnight Alumni Association. Simply click on the “uKnight Registration Form” found on this webpage.

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