The University of Kentucky's public/private partnership with EdR, a national leader in student housing, continues to make progress. With more than 6,800 residence hall beds built in the last four years as well as the community spaces, high-tech classrooms, and programming spaces that are part of this transformation, UK is becoming a national model for a thriving, public residential research university. 


Phase III

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  • Completed August 2017
  • 771 upper class, professional, and graduate student beds
  • $74 million investment



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  • Completed August 2017
  • 346 beds and home to the new Lewis Honors College 
  • $37.1 million investment


Phase II

140814CHAMPIONSCOURTONE009A.jpgIIa. Woodland Glen I & II, Haggin Hall, Jewell Hall, and Blazer Hall, formerly known as Champions Court I & II

  • Completed August 2014
  • 2,381 beds, 101 active learning spaces
  • $137.9 million investment


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  • Completed August 2015
  • 1,610 bed, 55 active learning spaces
  • $101.2 million investment



HOLMES-BOYD.JPGIIc. Holmes Hall and Boyd Hall, formerly known as Limestone Park I & II

  • Completed August 2016
  • 1,141 beds
  • $83.9 million investment


Phase I

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Lyman T. Johnson Hall and Donovan Hall, formerly known as Central Halls I & II

  • Completed August 2013
  • 601 beds, 19 active learning spaces
  • $25.8 million investment



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