Living on campus is a big part of the college experience.  

It allows you to take advantage of university resources, connect with other students, and transition to life away from home. Also, research shows you're more likely to earn better grades if you live on campus. 

About This Program

The college's Living Learning Program (LLP) is open to all first-semester freshmen at the University of Kentucky.

Through field trips, professional development workshops and service programs, students in our LLP apply their knowledge and passion to global issues at the intersection of food, economics and environment. All students in this program will also enroll in connected courses, share study groups and have an assigned peer mentor - all to help with the transition to college life. 

Based on research and student feedback, the college's LLP helps students focus on four major goals in their first year of college:

  • Academic Transition
  • Values & Relationships
  • Community Engagement
  • Professional Growth

All students participating in our Living Learning Program will live in Woodland Glen IV, one of the University's newest residence halls

LLP Virtual Information Sessions

All of the sessions listed below will take place via Zoom at 5:00 p.m. EST. Upon registration, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to join the meeting.

Spring 2024 Sessions:

How to Apply

To apply, select the "CAFE LLP" while completing the University of Kentucky housing application.

For more information, visit the University of Kentucky Housing website


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More Info

For more information on campus housing, including deadlines and step-by-step directions on applying, click here