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Welcome to Residential Life

Our Mission

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.

 

Learn why our students choose to Live on and Learn at UConn! More videos are available on our #LiveOnAndLearn page.

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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

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Learn why our students choose to Live on and Learn at UConn! More videos are available on our #LiveOnAndLearn page.

 

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

UConn will do all that we are able to do in an effort to accommodate students affected by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).

Impacted undergraduate UConn students should reach out to the Dean of Students office and impacted graduate students should reach out to the Dean's office in the Graduate School.

 

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News & Announcements


The Spring 2018 Housing Application is now available in MyHousing for students to apply.

    Please note that students who currently have Fall housing automatically have it carry over to the Spring term unless they cancel their Spring 2018 Housing. The Fall 2018 Housing application will open on December 1, 2017.

    If you do not have access to the Spring Housing application please email livingoncampus@uconn.edu to request access and include which campus you are applying for (Storrs or Stamford).

The 2017-2018 Housing Contract was updated to reflect that students who cancel their housing for Spring 2018 must vacate their Fall assignment by December 18, 2017.


The September 2017 Parent and Family Newsletter is available on the Parent and Family Information.


Still need undergraduate housing at the Storrs campus? Log into your My Housing to apply!


Learn more about the newest housing at the Stamford Campus.

Stamford Campus Information Housing Overview

Stamford Housing Residential Life Page

Learn why our students choose to Live on and Learn at UConn! More videos are available on our #LiveOnAndLearn page.

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Roompact

Roompact allows you to:

  • Complete your Huskymate Agreement
  • Receive messages from your Resident Assistants and Hall Directors
  • Connect with your hallmates

Trouble logging in?

    • Click the Log In button
    • Log in with your UConn email
    • Once at the UConn Single Sign-on page you will be able to login with your UConn NetID and password

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Campus Housing Map

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Visit our UConn Google Map collection of all the on-campus housing locations.
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Policy of the Week

J. Identification:

Residents are expected to provide proper University identification when requested by a staff member or other University official. Residents must comply with the reasonable directions of University staff in the performance of official duties.

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Operations Center

Locked out of your room?
Call 860-486-9000

Questions or concerns about mail?
Call 860-486-6199

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Resident Guides

Spring 2018 Campus Change Guide


2017-2018 Stamford Campus Guide
Updated August 3, 2017


2017-2018 New Student Guide
Updated August 27, 2017

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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!

ResLife Ambassadors

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Bias-Related Incidents

Learn more about bias-related incidents and how to report incidents to Residential Life.

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Veteran Students

Learn how to request another Veteran student as a roommate!

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