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UK Campus Housing Updated Move-In Information

LEXINGTON, Ky. (July 9, 2020) — The University of Kentucky has announced that residence hall Fall Move-In is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 8, through Sunday, Aug. 16. UK classes will begin Monday, Aug. 17.

In order to implement social distancing, all students will be required to select a move-in appointment — a recommended “window” of time for arriving at the unloading area during Fall Move-In. The purpose is to spread out the arrivals throughout the day and encourage social distancing.

Students with room assignments are currently able to select a move-in appointment time.

Follow these steps to schedule your Fall Move-In appointment:

  • Log in to myUK.
  • Go to your housing portal.
  • Select My Forms.
  • Complete required forms and select Move-In Appointment.

You will only see dates and times that are available to you based on your residence hall, Living Learning Program and any other pertinent group or organization — if applicable. 

You can find more information about move-in tips and appointments here

Due to COVID-19, students will be limited to two guests to assist during the move-in process. This restriction is necessary to ensure the safety and well-being of everyone during UK Campus Housing Fall Move-in. 

The university’s goal is to have all first-time, first-year students moved into their respective residence halls before K Week begins on the evening of Thursday, Aug. 13. 

If you have questions or need any additional information, please review these frequently asked questions or contact the UK Campus Housing office at ukhousing@uky.edu or call 859-257-1866.

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