Woodland Glen IV

University of Kentucky
LEED Certified

Entrance from Woodland Glen IV to the central Woodland Glen courtyard.

Entrance from Woodland Glen IV to the central Woodland Glen courtyard.



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STEMCats Living Learning Community

Woodland Glen IV residence hall represents the continuing efforts by the University of Kentucky and Education Realty Trust to revitalize on-campus housing. It is within a combination of Central Campus residence halls and is one of five at the Woodland Glen residence community. The facility houses 578 students, includes one classroom for academic use, and serves as the STEMCats living learning community.

The seven story building has 2 bedroom suites, interspersed with active learning community spaces and social gathering/ seating areas, offering prominent views to the central Woodland Glen courtyard and the W.T. Young Library. The residence hall includes one community kitchen, high tech laundry facilities and two-story entry lobby and community learning space. The residence hall includes wireless Internet and satellite TV connections to enhance the living experience for today’s modern students.

Woodland Glen IV is LEED Certified.

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MEADE COUNTY SCHOOLS Fall 2018 PEAK Award Winner The KSBA (Kentucky School Board Association) PEAK Award was established in 1997 to focus statewide attention on outstanding public school efforts aimed specifically at enhancing student learning skills and, in doing so, to promote the positive impact of public elementary and secondary education in this Commonwealth. The Meade County College and Career Center is a resource for the entire Meade County Yes community. Contact us for more information on student opportunities at Meade County High School, signing up for Elizabethtown Community & Technical College courses, earning your GED through Kentucky Skills U, or the incredible facility designed by Sherman Carter Barnhart Architects. ... See MoreSee Less

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