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On October 25th, 2011 the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees approved renaming the North Hall residence building the "David P. Roselle Hall" in honor of the University of Kentucky's ninth president.

Roselle served as the university's president from July 1987 to December 1989. His announced goal was to achieve national recognition for UK with respect to the quality of its graduates and its scholarship and research. At Kentucky he quickly became acquainted with the university's supporting constituency of alumni and friends by traveling and speaking extensively throughout the state. Consistent with his belief that the then new computation and communications technology was of paramount importance to academic institutions, he helped design and implement a strategy for providing wider access to information technology on the UK campus.

  • Neighborhood: North
  • Gender: Co-ed
  • Occupants: New & Returning Students
  • Living-Learning Community: Fine Arts Residential College
  • Visitation Policy:24/7
  • Capacity: 144
  • Floors: 4
  • Room Style: Premium Suite
  • Carpet: Yes
  • Furniture: Moveable
  • Closets: Wardrobes
  • Air Conditioned: Yes
  • Wash Basins: Yes
  • Fire Sprinklers: Yes
  • Lease: 9-month Hall, 12-month option
  • Front Desk: (859) 323­1588

May I bring a refrigerator or microwave?

Students may lease or purchase a refrigerator and/or microwave. Refrigerators must be a maximum of 5 cubic feet. Microwaves must be 700 watts or less.

**Students living in Central I, Central II, Champions I, Champions II, Haggin, Woodland Glen I and Woodland Glen II have a MicroFridge in their room.

*MicroFridge Rental
Only Applies to Kirwan/Blanding Complex, Roselle, Smith, Baldwin, Ingels and Blazer.
The MicroFridge is a one-of-a-kind unit that includes a full refrigerator, freezer and microwave – all-in-one! This is a convenient alternative to bringing a refrigerator and microwave from home and is a must-have item for students attending Kentucky from far away or out-of-state.

Order your MicroFridge by AUGUST 5 to guarantee FREE delivery to your room before move-in day! It is one less large item to pack, making move-in day MUCH easier and less stressful!

To place your order, visit www.bedloft.com.

**Please note that if you do not know your Hall and/or Room Number, you may still place an order. Please select Unknown from the "Select Hall" drop down menu and enter 0 for your Room Number. After you place your order, you will receive email notifications from our Customer Service team to remind you to fill in your hall and room information as soon as you receive it.**

 

The University of Kentucky is a Smoke Free and Tobacco Free campus. This includes, but is not limited to, resident rooms and common areas in and around the residence halls, Greek Houses and apartments managed by Campus Housing.

Mailing Address: (Use this address for all services provided by the United States Postal Services)
Student's Name
Roselle Hall room (student's room number)
University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY 40526-0009

Street Address: (Use this address for your GPS and any parcel service)
125 Avenue of Champions
Lexington, KY 40506

From Roselle Hall how long will it take me to walk to the:

Blazer Café? <1 minute (157 feet)
Student Center? 2 minutes (459 Feet)
Whitehall Classroom Building? 5 minutes (0.2 miles)
W.T. Young Library? 13 minutes (0.6 miles)
Johnson Student Recreation Center? 23 minutes (1.1 miles)
K-Lot at Commonwealth Stadium? 26 minutes (1.3 miles)

 

History

On October 25th, 2011 the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees approved renaming the North Hall residence building the "David P. Roselle Hall" in honor of the University of Kentucky's ninth president.

Roselle served as the university's president from July 1987 to December 1989. His announced goal was to achieve national recognition for UK with respect to the quality of its graduates and its scholarship and research. At Kentucky he quickly became acquainted with the university's supporting constituency of alumni and friends by traveling and speaking extensively throughout the state. Consistent with his belief that the then new computation and communications technology was of paramount importance to academic institutions, he helped design and implement a strategy for providing wider access to information technology on the UK campus.