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Student Housing


Living in a residence hall at the University of Connecticut can be a wonderful, positive experience. The impact that residence hall living has on a student's academic and social life can be significant. To create a positive learning community each resident must take an active role in the development of the living environment. Residential Life staff are excited about partnering with you to develop a positive community in your residence hall. Learn more about community living »

Prospective & New Students

Coming to UConn? Start here to find information about life on campus, residence hall requirements, and learn more about our housing facilities. Learn more »


Undergraduates can find useful information about when to arrive and depart from campus, how to apply for future housing, connect to the campus network and much more. Learn more »

Graduate Students

Graduate students can choose to live in graduate or older student housing where traditional age students are not permitted to live. Beginning with Fall 2014, graduate housing will be limited. Learn more »

Campus Change Students

Information for undergraduate UConn regional campus students who intend on attending the Storrs campus and living on-campus. Learn more »

Learning Communities & Special Interest Housing

Students can join together in living communities that support similar interests. Read on to learn more about these special living communities or how to create your own! Learn more »

Residence Hall & Apartment Information

Details and facts about each residence hall and apartment complex complete with photos and virtual tours. Learn more »

On-Campus Housing Information
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