Concerns may include: problems communicating with your landlord, maintenance not being done on your living space, trouble paying rent, challenges with your landlord that may need legal action.
Be at the center of life at UofL as a resident in Campus Housing. More than a place to rest your head, UofL’s housing program offers a community-like atmosphere that supports students as they successfully transition from high school to college. It’s a place where everyone can belong and make life-long connections to their peers. Total facilities include 11 residential communities on campus (primarily for freshmen) and four affiliated properties bordering campus, geared to non-first year students, those with families and graduate students.