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As is immediately evident during a visit to nearly any part of UKs beautiful 784- acre campus, the University is in the midst of transforming its infrastructure to meet the living and learning demands of the best and brightest college students well into the 21st century.

Dorm grand opening
UK President Eli Capilouto addressed a large crowd during ribbon cutting ceremonies for Centrall I & II residence halls on August 16, 2013.

A Great Time to be at UK

As Commonwealth Stadium transforms through a $110-million renovation in the coming two years, the University of Kentucky’s campus will do the same. Through an unprecedented public-private partnership, hundreds of millions of dollars is being invested in state-of-the-art living and learning spaces that will bolster student success.

As part of the student housing initiative, the doors to the $25.8 million, 172,064-square-foot Central Hall I and II opened in August. Each of the 309 suite-style apartments in Central Hall I and II ― as well as additional UK student housing planned and under construction ― will be furnished with Tempur-Pedic mattresses, individual thermostats, combination microwave-refrigerator units and granite countertops. Additionally, UK’s newest residence halls feature generous community living, study and classroom areas, including 16 active learning/meeting spaces, two high-tech laundry rooms and an outdoor amphitheater.

That’s just the beginning. At the start of the 2014 academic year, five more new residence halls housing 2,381 beds will open with another three residence halls and 1,610 to follow in the fall of 2015.

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Future Housing

Champions Court I

Champions Court II

Haggins Hall

Woodland Glen II