Back To School #AskACat Twitter Chat Provides Move-In Details

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Updated: 8/20/2013 9:47 am
LEXINGTON, Ky. — Tuesday's #AskACat Twitter chat will prepare University of Kentucky students for the move to campus. UK experts will answers questions on dining, K Week, parking and residence halls. K Week 2013 will run from August 23rd through 31st.

Taking questions in this month's #AskACat Twitter chat will be Scott Henry, executive director of Dining Services; K Crew Coordinator Joshua Jennings; Tony Ralph, executive director of Residence Life; and Chrissie Balding Tune, marketing/promotions specialist senior of UK Parking and Transportation Services.

The back to school #AskACat Twitter chat will take place from 2-3 p.m. Tuesday, August 20th, via the university's official Twitter account, @universityofky. Those interested in following and or participating in the chat can follow the university's account or #AskACat for questions posed and responses from our crew of experts.

While this #AskACat Twitter chat is geared toward new students, it is available to all students, faculty or staff. Individuals interested in asking questions should send their questions to www.twitter.com/universityofky through 3 p.m. on August 20th or on the UK Facebook page prior to 2 p.m., August 20th. Responses to questions will be shared with the university's followers and those following the hashtag #AskACat.


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