North Campus

North Campus

Welcome to North Campus

New Haven, Fairfield, Litchfield, Tolland, Baldwin, McConaughy, Hurley, Middlesex, Windham, New London & Hartford

North Campus is one of the largest residential communities at the University of Connecticut with approximately 1,400 residents in this area. Besides convenience, residential living offers many educational opportunities. Informal educational opportunities are essential aspects of the total university experience and residence halls provide an important setting for this. Residence hall communities teach responsible citizenship and develop personal and social values.

North Campus features several study areas. Some buildings have a pit lounge. During the academic year from 4:00pm-12:00am on Sunday through Thursday evenings, residents can study inside the Baldwin study lounge (1st floor). The McConaughy Multipurpose Room, located below the cafeteria, is also available for studying. Please be sure that the room is not reserved for another purpose.

Room Features & Hall Amenities

  • Co-ed by Building (individual floors are single-sex)
  • 11 buildings
  • Room Dimensions: 11' x 14' (standard double room)
  • Room Furnishings: Desk and chair, small bureau, wardrobe and a bed (1 per student)
  • Beds: 80" x 36" (XL twin), loftable and bunkable
  • Laundry: McConaughy - 1st Floor (Near Hall Director Office and MPR)
  • Mailroom: Russell Hall, Rear of Building
  • Dining: North Dining Hall
  • Recreation: Game Room (located in Middlesex Hall), Basketball, Tennis, Ball Field

North Campus Area Contacts

Office Location: McConaughy Hall – First Floor
Phone: 860-486-5550

North Campus Hall Directors

Residential Services

Visit Residential Services to submit Maintenance Requests/Work Orders

Residential Services

Floor Plans & Virtual Tours

Get more details about this space! Visit the Floor Plans page for housing diagrams. Check out the Virtual Tours page for 360 tours of sample rooms.

Floor Plans
Virtual Tours

Map

Building Code: NCRH

Please note that this is the physical address for the building not the mailing address. For the correct mailing address please visit Student Mail Services