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Summer Housing Available at Central Hall II

Living on-campus can add even more to your summer school experience. On-campus housing for undergraduates is available in one of our new residence halls (Central Hall II) for the entire summer session (May 11, 2014 – August 7, 2014).

Even if you’re only taking classes for part of the summer, the same housing is still available. Central Hall has four person suites with a shared bath, microwave/refrigerator/freezers units in each room, two in-room sinks, and twin TempurPedic x-long beds.

Students can apply for summer housing online via the Housing Portal. Students should login to the myUK Portal using their Link Blue credentials and select the Undergraduate Housing link on the Student Services - > myInfo tab.

If you have questions, please ask. Send us an email anytime at ukhousing@email.uky.edu. You can also call, (859) 257-1866, or stop by the Housing Assignments Office in 125 Funkhouser Building, during regular business hours (8:00 am – 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday).


UK Housing and Living Learning Program Brochure 2013

Download this brochure (PDF) to review your options for living on campus and getting involved in UK's Living Learning Program!


Important Letter to Parents from Housing and Residence Life

An open letter to parents from Housing and Residence Life is now available. You can read more here (PDF document).


Won't You Stay?

By now you know the benefits of living on-campus, so lock-in your space for the fall of 2014. You know it is best to See Blue when you Live Blue. Apply Now by logging on to the myUK Portal using your Link Blue credentials and select the Undergraduate Housing link on the Student Services - > myInfo tab. Read more ›


Jewell Hall Closing

Residents of Jewell Hall will have to move out of the residence hall by Jan. 14. Jewell is scheduled to be demolished as part of Phase III of the Housing Revitalization project. A Kentucky Kernel article has more details. A FAQ document (PDF) is also available.

Notice: For official answers to any questions, please refer to the FAQ and not the Kernel article.


Students Live and Learn at UK (UKNow Article)

Hundreds of students will join Living-Learning communities this fall, joining a 25-year tradition at the University of Kentucky. Numbers show that members of the Living-Learning Program are more successful and more engaged in the university experience. Read more ›


Central Hall I and II Now Open

University of Kentucky President Eli Capilouto, Governor Steve Beshear, Lexington Mayor Jim Gray and other state and local dignitaries and officials attend deication ceremony for Central Hall I and II. More information available at UKNow.


Laundry Service Changes

UK washers and dryers have adopted a new system called WaveRider. WaveRider is a wireless credit/debit card payment and account management system that allows for a secure and convenient method of paying for use of laundry facilities. More details are available on the Undergraduate Housing FAQ page.


Graduate and Family Housing

Graduate and Family Housing is pleased to announce their new single student opportunity for housing: UK has signed master lease with University Trails. The apartments are 4-bedrooms, 2-bathrooms, kitchen, dining area, laundry room, and living room. They are fully furnished. Appliances include refrigerator, stove/oven, microwave, dishwasher and washer/dryer. A flat screen television is provided in the living room. All utilities are paid and include cable television and Internet (Wi Fi) in every room! Amenities include ceiling vans, swimming pool, hot tub, game room, computer/study room, basketball court, and tennis court. The price is $475.00 per bed. Contact the Graduate and Family Housing office at 859.257.3721 or by email at ukapthousing@email.uky.edu for more information! An application and roommate survey is available on Graduate and Family Housing.


"see community." UK Students Experience the World Without Leaving Campus

Sophomore Joe Papp grew up in Nicholasville — just down the road from UK's campus. At first, he thought he needed to look at universities further away from his hometown because he had an itch to travel and discover other cultures. Read more at UKNow.


LLP Application Now Available

Details on applying to a Living Learning Program are available here.