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  • New for Fall 2014! Veterans Community

    The Veterans Community is a partnership between the Office of Veterans Affairs & Military Programs, Department of Residential Life, and students committed to creating a community for student veterans that provides support, connection, and resources for veterans that promotes success and growth among student veterans. The primary mission of the Veterans Community is to help veterans transition from military to student life in a supportive environment.

    This community is located within South Campus, with four students assigned to each suite (two students in each bedroom of the suite). Within the community, veterans can participate in programs and events that allow for peer learning and connection with other veterans. This community is dedicated to helping veterans navigate the complexities of the college experience and making a successful transition from military life to civilian life. To request to live in the Veterans Community, or for more information, please contact Nikki Cole in the Office of Veterans Affairs & Military Programs at (860) 486-3802 or nikki.cole@uconn.edu.

  • Student Veteran Roommate Options

    Residential Life supports the success of student veterans. Student veterans (individuals with prior military service), who elect to live in on-campus housing but do not wish to live in the Veterans Community may request to live with a fellow student veteran or an older student by following the steps below. Questions? Contact Residential Life at (860) 486-2926.

    1. Complete the housing application in ApplyOnline
    2. Request a veteran/older student roommate in MyHousing > Personal Preferences
  • Learning Communities

    Make campus life a more rewarding adventure by choosing to live on a residence hall floor with people who share your interests, lifestyle or commitment to a major. Students have the opportunity to make connections with their class and floormates and can support each other both in and outside of the classroom. LC residents take a seminar course together and get involved in activities and events on campus. There are also unique opportunities to get to know faculty, staff, and student peer mentors in a close-knit community setting. More »

  • Honors Housing

    Most first-year students entering the Honors Program will live together in an Honors Residential Community in Buckley or Shippee Hall. Individuals living in this community will have the benefits of living, studying, and socializing together with other high-achieving students.

    Honors Housing After the First Year
    After the first year, honors students can continue living in honors housing on a space available basis, or choose from a variety of housing options available in non-honors buildings during room selection. Second year Honors students may choose to live in the Sophomore Honors Community in Brock Hall. Honors students may also have access to honors housing in Wilson Hall suite-style residence hall in South Campus or in the renovated buildings of Connecticut Commons, which provide single bedroom housing in a suite-style setting.

    Housing in an Honors community after the first year is not guaranteed, nor does Residential Life or the Honors Program guarantee on campus housing for four years.

  • Gender Free Housing

    The University of Connecticut seeks to provide a living environment welcoming to all gender identities; one not limited to the traditional gender binary. Gender Free Housing allows for same-gender, opposite-gender or other-gender identities to live together regardless of biological sex. Students living in Gender Free Housing are assigned to six person suites with three people in each room.

  • Husky Village

    Housing for Fraternities and Sororities. More »

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