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University of Kentucky Dorms

Living at University of Kentucky defines the experience. University of Kentucky dorms serve as a centerpiece in the on-campus social scene, and they are where you will form deep friendships and create lasting memories. But housing at University of Kentucky can be overwhelming - there are so many dorms to evaluate, how could you know which one is best? You can live on campus, or you can live in and around Los Angeles. Finding the right University of Kentucky housing option for you can make or break a year at University of Kentucky. That’s why our videos go deep into as many dorm options as possible at University of Kentucky. We take you into singles, doubles, different dorms and residence halls, and even record student interviews about their favorite parts of living at University of Kentucky.

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What are the dorms like at University of Kentucky?

You’ll have to watch the CampusReel videos to see for sure. However, University of Kentucky dorms are similar to most college housing options. Most on-campus residence halls include singles, double, and suites. Floor plans vary from residence hall to residence hall. CampusReel hosts dorm tours of University of Kentucky, and every one is different. As you’ll see, every dorm room is decorated in a unique and fun way - students are creative with their setups to make University of Kentucky feel like home!

What are the dimensions of University of Kentucky dorm rooms?

The University of Kentucky dorms dimension depend on the residence hall. This information is usually contained in one of the dorm room tours of University of Kentucky on CampusReel. Supposedly the average dorm room size in the U.S. is around 130 square feet, and University of Kentucky likely has dorms bigger and smaller than this.

What are University of Kentucky’s best housing options?

The best housing option at University of Kentucky depends on your living preference. For example, many colleges provide living options for sober living, leadership opportunities, cultural preferences and more. The right dorm at University of Kentucky for you depends on what you are looking for in your housing experience. Below is a list of all housing options at University of Kentucky that CampusReel currently hosts content for:

How much do University of Kentucky dorms cost?

The cost of University of Kentucky dorms is $16,298 , but depends on a number of factors, such as financial aid, scholarships, and the housing option you select.

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University of Kentucky Woodland Glen II

Hey, guys, I'm getting ready to do some laundry. I'm gonna take you guys with me. Um, every dorm on campus comes with the long way around. I don't know why I picked today to do on, because, like, Sunday is the busiest day to do laundry. But it's overdue. Been about two weeks and I ran close. Yeah, it's like a dollar twenty five for a load of laundry in the dollar, twenty five for life, doing the dryer as well. I'm going to bring you guys with me to do laundry. I'm just getting my detergent ready because you have to like yet by your own detergent stuff. But the cool thing is they have an app that you used. So using your debit card describe it. Yeah, it's no cash. It all like debit or credit. And I have the app that goes with this call Wave writer again. Lets me know my balance. So I have eight dollars and seventy five cents and my clique room at a glance. I'm in boys. I'm in the dorm boy so you can click on the dorm. You're in to figure out how many dryers or washing machines are available. So right now, there's four washers available, six dryers and in five minutes five wash with sixty years even see that. From there, you can add money not kind of stuff on there and start like you start laundry like through the fall and let you know when the laundry is over so very convenient. I will say if you want a college get in the backseat with Well, it will save you in the future. But today, like clean day from me my room is messy and you clean my room so I could have a nice, good fresh hole. Yeah, see you. So I just wanted to give you guys a little bit more details on housing and how that works. So when you're applying the UK, you're going to go through the application process and then when you get accepted, hopefully there will be a housing portal. And so through this, this is where you pick where you want to live. So if you live nearby, feel free to live at home. If you feel more comfortable buying your own apartment or house, that's off campus. But near campus, if that makes sense, Um, feel free to do so. I know a lot of people that live off campus, but either bike, skateboard or Dr Teo campus for their classes, and that works out really well for them. I would highly, highly highly recommend living in a dorm freshman year because there's so many people within your dorm that you get to meet on your floor. And it's a really nice way to kind of build a sense of community. Son dorms have only one type of room, so I'm in Will England to right now for the stem Cat storm. My roommate and I have a two bedroom suite and So this is the most common actually room for UK, Really nice. And if you ever have any roommate troubles, I hope you guys don't. But if you d'oh, there is a door to your own room so you could be pretty separated if you need speed. There are also other options for two person rooms that I'll show you guys on DH. In addition to that, there can also be four person sweets on DH, so these are the least common. But if you want to find four roommates, there are lots of opportunities to live with four roommates in the bigger residence halls on the north side of campus. Most storms that we have here are coed and even on the same floor. So in my dorm, having the two person sweets, it is a coat. My neighbors are guys on gone the other side of the hallway. There's more girls, so it's very collective. But we each have our own bathrooms in our dorm, and so that's not necessarily a problem. So it's not. You will never have a communal bathroom. Also, UK is really amazing because everyone that lives in the dorms gets a tempera pedic bed, and that is a guarantee It's hard to get, but I will say that, but it's really, really great. So dorm life here is stellar. So unfortunately saying the four bedrooms aren't the most common. I don't have very many people that I know that I have one of these, so I couldn't physically go in to see them. But I just kind of wanted to show you guys what they look like on the website because they're pretty accurate representations. So this is a four bedroom suite, and so you'll have your own. You still have the separate rooms, but you have a really nice living area. This does not have separation, but you still have enough privacy with the other two peoples. You can bunk your beds and stack them, or you can choose to have them separate. So this is pretty common for a four person sweet. But this is only in two dorms. Here is a four bedroom apartment. So this is on ly available in the apartment. So this is not a dorm. Um, and so this is just a normal apartment with separate rooms. This is a virtual representation of what my doorman is on DH, so you can see that it's pretty accurate. So this would be my room, and this is Lauren's room, and so then you walk in here and there is the common area space, and then we have our own bathroom on the bottom left. This is a two bedroom deluxe suite, and so, in addition, Tio the same area that Warren and I have in our dorm. You have a full kitchen and a full living area, and if you guys were to choose to have an apartment, this is what it would look like, so it's pretty similar. But it is definitely more spacious. You have a full kitchen in a full living room, as well as your own bathroom and shower and all those amenities. So these are the least common. This is a two person suite on DH, so this is kind of similar to the pictures shown above. For the four person sweet, you and your roommate will have no division at all. You share the same room. It's kind of a more traditional college dorms set up. So if you guys didn't want to live in an apartment but you didn't want to live in an apartment off campus. Some of the apartments that I was showing you on my computer, those we have the university flats, and so that is a building that is on campus. But it is all apartment based to the nicest departments that we have here on campus, the nicest residential building that we have here on campus. That's what I consider it, as, um, and you even have your own washer and dryer. So normally in dorms, you have to go down to the basement to do your laundry. But you have all those amenities right there in terms of housing, from going from freshman year to sophomore year in junior year and on. If you guys were in a sorority or fraternity, you are free to live in the house. But it's different for a shorty in fraternities. If you want to be an R A, that's a possibility. A residential advisor on DSO. You can still continue to live in the dorms through your sophomore year in junior year, if you are in all right. But most commonly you live in the dorms freshman year and then sophomore year and on you live off campus and either an apartment, uh, on campus, in an apartment, in the university flats or in an O in your own house that you might share with some of your closest friends. Personally, I'm in the dorm, Obviously, my freshman year and next year I will be living in the Kaio house, which I'm so excited for. And then after that, I'll probably get a house with some of my friends or an apartment. So that's the most common thing that you'll see here with housing. Kind of how it differs your tear. So this is my room. Not every room is going to look like this, because again, I'm in Greek life. Pi Beta Phi. But basically our hymn set up is we both have this little closet. Next thing, it was a struggle at first, but we figured it out. We both have a set of drawers. We both have a bed and a desk, so it's pretty nice. And yeah, we get a lovely view of Greek Village. That's his house. That's a coyote. And yeah, I really enjoy. If you do end up in a chapter, I definitely recommend to live in your house because you make a lot of friends. So we're going into a two person suite now. They get their little sink area in microwave and mini fridge included that little hangout area. Wow, So nice. I was in a four person sweet. So the four person basically looks exactly like this. Except they have two of those rooms on that side of the bathroom and then two rooms on that side and then *** middle area. So this was my Littles room, and it's pretty big, like this is definitely nice living for a freshman. She has a desk and a closet about. She didn't want to be in the video, This is an essential oils diffuser. And I would consider this a dorm room essential because you are not allowed to have candles. And so if you want your room to smell really nice, you can get one of these. You just put water in and water vapor comes out, and then you could drop a few essential oils in there, and it smells really nice. So another dorm room essential. There are these sticky little cord things. I really don't know if they have a name. I got them at the container store, but basically it's like a sticker that you stick on and they hold your chords for you. And so you just kind of take him out whenever plug it into your laptop, and then when you're done, you put it back in. And it's very good. Another item that I personally consider as a dorm room essential are some plants. And so these Khun, bring a lot of joy in your life. They're super cute. Um, succulents take the least amount of water. So if you don't necessarily have a green thumb, that's okay. And then dried flowers. If you ever get flowers, those make a really pretty decorations, so I think plants just to have on your window sill make life really good. So that's a dorm room essential from me. And last but not least, to make your dorm room as personalizes possible. I think adding pictures are a great way. Tio kind of add your own personal touch to your dorm, and I also, like I mentioned before, really loved coffee. And so this is a coffee bag that I like to use as a decoration and put pictures on the side from one of the camps in Central America that I worked at as well as some flags. So if you're trying to take up some wall, space You're gonna live on campus. Make sure when you're planning your classes, you figure out where the class is going to be. Like to have more than a ten minute window. It doesn't always happen. I have, like, a five minute within that window. Now, between classes, it gets hectic. Like between class. Everybody gets out, like at the same time, like if you if you have a nine. AM class, you're gonna get out of nine. Fifty. Everybody has a nine a. M class. We all get out. It's crowded. We're all gonna walk like the cafeteria is always empty, like for breakfast time, like nobody gets breakfast like nobody eats it. I go. I'm going get breakfast almost like every morning except on the weekends. Lunchtime is has thick. Chairman's Kitchen is not big enough. Uh, everybody and their mama being there. Eleven o'Clock lunch starts. Sure. What? You're planning your glasses. Make sure you have a window in the walk in between classes. And make sure you know, like Okay, I'm in. I'm gonna be a funk. Hauser. I got it. I got to go to jail. Speaking on this class. I need about ten minutes to walk because across campus, that's why you gotta You gotta be like wise and like figuring out strategy on like where you want to live like, Okay, most of my class is going to be on your campus. I'ma live on North campus the next year because the price the price is like the same. Pretty much for each door, maybe like a couple of Now entering the kitchen. Cool. Cool is boring. It's very, very rude. Very nice. Very nice. Were very nice. Everything. Time for a person. So every dorm comes with, like, two Rome's or four rooms. Not every dorm with some dorm. This darn particularly does it's a bigger dorm. Uh, I personally never been in a four person door, Even the with the flat they our four person dawn. They do. Not wise, it's so warm in here. Oh, God! Gosh, dog! It's a frown on in here.