Join the thousands of students who have chosen to live in the heart of the Big Blue Nation!
Students who take advantage of living on campus are more successful at adjusting to college, do better academically, and have higher GPAs, and graduate sooner than students who live off-campus. In addition, only those students who live on-campus have the unique opportunity to learn in and out of the classroom by participating in the Living Learning Program. Although UK students are not required to live on-campus, it is an opportunity not to be missed!
Learn more about the 26 residence halls and the 19 communities in the Living Learning Program at the University of Kentucky. View the four different room types and room rates. The comparison chart lists the main features for the halls.
If you are a participant in one of the communities within the Living Learning Program, you will live in the residence hall(s) associated with that community.
All residence halls at the University of Kentucky are co-ed2 and are open to New and Returning students as well as non-LLP (Living Learning Program) residents.1
Can't visit us in person? Take the virtual tour of UK's residence halls for a visual overview of the many places to live on campus and our academic support zones.
- LLP students will be expected to room with another student who is part of that same community.
- All halls are co-ed except: Wildcat Coal Lodge, which is all-male, and Kirwan I, which is all female for 2015-16.