Stamford Campus Housing

Housing

Welcome to Stamford Campus Housing

Stamford Campus housing is home for close to 300 students.  There are a variety of living options available ranging from studio apartments to two bedroom apartments.

There is a Hall Director and Resident Assistants on-site to offer students support.

Room Features & Hall Amenities

• Each apartment is fully furnished with bedroom, living room and kitchen furniture

    -Single Occupancy Bedroom*: Full Sized Beds
    -Double Occupancy Bedroom*: Twin XL Beds

• The kitchen of each apartment has a stove, microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator and a washer and dryer
• Heat, Hot water, AC, internet and cable TV access are all provided in cost
• Mailroom: First Floor
• Recreation: Study space on each floor as well as space including a game room and larger recreation room on the second floor
• Parking: Limited spaces are reserved for an additional cost

*Students who are unsure of their housing assignment should email livingoncampus@uconn.edu prior to purchasing bed linens.

 

Room Rates

RateApartment TypeFall RateSpring RateSummer Rate
Stamford Rate 1Standard Shared Bedroom$4,975$4,975 $1,990
Stamford Rate 2Premium Shared Bedroom$5,975$5,975 $2,390
Stamford Rate 3

Penthouse Shared Bedroom

Single Bedroom

$6,240$6,240 $2,496
Stamford Rate 4Oversized Penthouse Shared Bedroom$6,475$6,475 $2,590
 

Fall 2017 Stamford Room Change & Trading Spaces Process

There will be two distinct processes for students to change rooms for the Fall 2017 semester in MyHousing.

    Room Changes = Move to an open spot
    Trading Spaces = Swap rooms with another student. Does not involve a vacant space.

Room Changes and Trading Spaces–The Basics

Apply September 18-September 29 in MyHousing
Any student who wishes to change rooms or trade spaces must submit and application between September 18-September 29. All moves must be completed by Tuesday, October 3. A Residential Life Staff member may contact you prior to your request being processed to set up a meeting to go over your reasons for moving.

Meningitis Vaccination Requirement
Students who are non-compliant with the meningitis vaccination requirement are not eligible for this process.

Room Rate Changes
Room rate changes can occur. Be aware that adjustments may be made to your fee bill depending on the room type you are moving into or out of.

Students can only move after approval has been given by a Residential Life Staff member.
Additionally, all procedures must be followed and all paperwork completed by students who are approved to move. Once approved to move, students must complete the entire room change process within the time frame specified on the Room Change Confirmation letter. Offers will be made starting September 21.

Room Changes (Move to a Vacant/Open Space)

Apply September 18-September 29 in MyHousing
Any student who wishes to change rooms or trade spaces must submit and application between September 18-September 29. All moves must be completed by Tuesday, October 3. A Residential Life Staff Member may contact you prior to your request being processed to set up a meeting to go over your reasons for moving.

Room Change Request Reminders

  • Vacancies are limited
  • Single Room Requests: Room change offers will be prioritized by class standing and date of request, not by specific requests.
  • Requests by single students into spaces with multiple vacancies will not be accepted.

Specific Room Requests

Know of a room that has an opening? Make sure that you include that information on your room change application and Residential Life will see if the room is available.

Single Rooms: We will prioritize room changes by class standing and date of request, not by specific requests.

Trading Spaces (Swap Rooms with Another Student)

Apply September 18-September 29 in MyHousing
Both students who wish to trade spaces must apply.

Looking for Someone to Swap With?
Check out the Residential Life Roommate Page on Facebook if you are looking for somebody to swap with.

You will be Contacted
A Residential Life staff member will contact trading spaces pairs once both residents have submitted a trading spaces request. Students can trade only AFTER approval has been given by a Residential Life staff member. All procedures must be followed by the swapping students. Students can not request to trade spaces into a single from other room types.

Don't want to Move? Don't submit an application!

If you don't want to change your assignment, do not submit an application in MyHousing! Only students who submit a room change/trading spaces application before the deadline will be considered to change rooms.

Questions?

Questions after reading this information can be sent to livingoncampus@uconn.edu. Please include your first/last name and 7 digit student ID number or NetID in your correspondence.

Stamford Housing Contacts

Office Location: First floor of Stamford Apartments
Phone: TBD

Stamford Housing Hall Director

Maintenance Requests/Work Orders

Please see your Hall Director or Resident Assistant to submit Maintenance Requests/Work Orders

 

Student Mail Services--Stamford Campus

 

Stamford Housing Map

Please note that this is the physical address for the building not the mailing address.

2017-2018 Stamford Campus Guide
Updated August 3, 2017