Welcome to Residential Life
UConn Residential Life enhances students’ personal, interpersonal, and intellectual growth by creating safe and inclusive environments, producing innovative programs and services, and fostering meaningful relationships.
ApplyOnline & MyHousing
Residential Life's online housing system allows you to:
- Submit your housing application
- View your assignment and roommate information
- Block your information from appearing in the UConn phonebook
- Update emergency contact information
- Participate in housing processes
The RA Application process is now closed. Please check back in Fall 2017.
News & Announcements
The $300 Non-Refundable Room Reservation Fee for continuing Storrs students with housing for the 2017-2018 academic year was due by April 20, 2017.
We are no longer accepting payments. If you missed the payment deadline and are still interested in housing for 2017-2018, please contact Residential Life by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Still need housing for next year? Log into your My Housing to apply!
New UConn students are encouraged to submit the Part 1 2017-2018 New Undergraduate Housing Application.
The Summer Room Change Application is now available in MyHousing! Please refer to the Room Change Process for more information and the application timeline
Learn more about the future housing at the Stamford Campus
Learn more about bias-related incidents and how to report incidents to Residential Life.
ResLife Ambassadors Program
Looking for a residential student’s thoughts about living on campus? Connect with students though our ResLife Ambassadors program and get answers directly from other students!
The Division of Student Affairs & the UConn Foundation invite you to join us for this special opportunity!
Coffee & Dessert with
Shari Cantor '81
Mayor of West Hartford & UConn Trustee
February 21 at 7:00 p.m. (This event has been cancelled)
Next Generation CT Hall, Room 115
RSVP password: 22117
Policy of the Week
A.1. Alcohol: Excessive Amounts - Any one (1) resident age 21 or older cannot possess more than one (1) 12 pack of beer, or one (1) liter of wine, or one (1) liter of liquor (80 proof maximum) in their room or apartment at one time. For example, in a double room or apartment (where two (2) residents are present and both are age 21 or older), the maximum quantity of alcohol allowed is a 24 pack of beer, or two (2) liters of wine or two (2) liters of liquor (80 proof maximum) in their room or apartment at one time. In a quad room or apartment (where four (4) residents are present and all four (4) are age 21 or older), the maximum quantity of alcohol allowed is a 48 pack of beer, or four (4) liters of wine or four (4) liters of liquor (80 proof maximum) in the room or apartment at one time. These amounts are restricted to personal use.