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Pence Hall Rendering November 2023
Pence Hall

 

$32 Million Project

The Pence Hall project is part of the University's Asset Preservation initiative— a multi-phase effort to preserve existing campus buildings so they continue to serve their intended functions well into the future. 


24,000+ Net Square Feet

Across four floors, Pence Hall will house:

The new Pence Hall will feature:

  • Five classrooms
  • Large auditorium
  • Seminar room
  • Two computer labs
  • Whitebox studio
  • Indoor and outdoor gathering spaces 

Endless impact

The addition of Pence Hall to our CI facilities, which already include McVey Hall and Lucille Caudill Little Library, will form an integrated, cohesive CI neighborhood in the heart of UK's campus. 

To get a better look at the CI neighborhood, click here

Project Updates

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Following the College of Design's recent move to the Gray Design building in March, construction fencing went up surrounding historic Pence Hall, which will soon become the centerpiece of a three-building CI neighborhood in the heart of campus.

Leave your mark on CI

Partnering with the College of Communication and Information for the Pence Hall project gives you the opportunity to publicly honor those who have made an impact in CI, while also supporting future CI students.

CI is on the move

The College of Communication and Information is in the midst of two major capital projects to help transform our spaces into a modern, welcoming environment with state-of-the-art classrooms and learning laboratories where students can learn side-by-side with industry professionals and award-winning faculty.

Leave your mark on CI.

Partnering with the College of Communication and Information for the Pence Hall project gives you the opportunity to publicly honor those who have made an impact in CI, while also supporting future CI students. From naming the historic Pence stairwell to student production spaces to study spaces, you can support the College and pay tribute to members of our community.

 Naming Opportunities

For more information, contact Nathan Darce, Director of Philanthropy at (859) 257-3033 or nathan.darce@uky.edu.

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