As part of our advocacy focus, the Office of LGBTQ* Resources is committed to making sure that all members of our community have access to restrooms that are safe and respectful. The list below represents the single toilet lockable restrooms on campus that are available for regular use. Expanding this database is an ongoing project. If you have questions about these restrooms, feel free to contact the office.
This database is also available as part of the campus map and on the UK mobile smartphone app.
|BUILDING||ROOM NUMBER||CAMPUS MAP BUILDING NUMBER|
|Barker Hall/Buell Armory||300||28|
|Bingham Davis House||103A||343|
|Blazer Dining Hall||106||12|
|Common Grounds Coffee (lower level of Jewell Hall)||110C||95|
|Frazee Hall under renovation||0||31|
|Gatton Student Center||A130G||676|
|Jacobs Science Building||160||174|
|Jewell Hall Classroom||202B1 & 202B2||95|
|Kastle Hall (Sub-basement)||1B09C||44|
|Multidisciplinary Science Building||327K||82|
|Patterson Office Tower||18th floor|
|Rosenberg School of Law||20F (in Law Library)||48|
|Stuckert Career Center||117?||494|
|Sturgill Development Building||124||15|
|W.T. Young Library||B10 (Core 2)||456|
|B10A (Core 2)|
|Good Samaritan Hospital||C-014||8633|
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UK Lactation Rooms
Another important set of inclusive spaces that many UK students, faculty, staff, and visitors benefit from being able to find in one central place are lactation rooms. If you are looking for the nearest lactation room to you on campus, check out the online list from human resources HERE.
On-Campus Break Housing
Recognizing that students have a variety of housing needs throughout the year, the University of Kentucky maintains multiple residence halls for break housing. The designation of a facility as "break housing" means that the residence hall remains open and staffed through the major holiday breaks each academic year (Thanksgiving, Winter, and Spring Breaks) when other residence halls are closed. Although the particular residence halls that are designated for break housing can change between academic years, they represent a variety of facility layouts and costs, ranging from newer halls that are generally more expensive to traditional halls that cost less. Ultimately, if you are interested in or believe you may need break housing, it is easiest to apply to live in break housing during the standard spring application period. However, although it is not guaranteed, you may be able to be assigned to on-campus break housing later in the academic year if the need arises and space is available. For more information about break housing options and deadlines, contact the UK Office of Residence Life. You can also contact the Office of LGBTQ* Resources for more information and referrals.
Inclusive On-Campus Housing
The University of Kentucky is committed to maintaining safe and secure living environments that are inclusive, allowing all students to feel supported as their authentic selves and find a true sense of belonging in the UK community. Our inclusive approach respects and welcomes individuals with a range of diverse identities, cultures, and values. The University's Office for Institutional Diversity and its Office of LGBTQ* Resources exists to support all students. If you have an identity--including a gender identity--that is not accurately represented in the standard housing application process that could result in a unique accommodation in your living arrangement, please submit a request through the University's Identity-Related Housing Accommodation Portal. This portal can be accessed through the "Additional Housing Preferences" page of the On-Campus Housing Application. You can contact the Office of LGBTQ* Resources directly for additional information or questions about inclusive on-campus housing options by emailing email@example.com.