Live On and Learn at the University of Connecticut

Living on campus at UConn places you right into the center of student success.
Whether you are getting to class, seeking resources and support, or  looking to make new friends, you will find that living on campus is a great step towards to accomplishing your college goals.

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Live On Campus

Room Rates, Housing Contract, Housing Selection, Changing Housing, Policies

Live On Campus

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Housing Options

Apartments, Suites, Traditional Housing, Specialty Housing

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Resident Resources

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Parent & Families

Parent Newsletters, Helpful Resources, Campus Partners

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Family Info

Spring 2023 At a Glance

January 15
Move-In Day (Storrs Campus)

January 17
Spring Semester Begins

March 12-18
Spring Recess (Halls Remain Open)

May 8
Halls Close at 12:00pm (noon)

Check our full list of Important Dates for Room Change and Housing Application deadline information.

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Residential Policy Overview

UConn Suite-Style Living

News & Announcements

  • South Campus - Fall Room Selection ProcessSouth Campus area will have ongoing construction during the 2023-2024 year.  Impacts will include noise, dust and fencing around the area.  Please take this information into consideration if you are trying to select South Campus.  There also could be impacts to the peripheral areas of Alumni and West Campus.  
  • Newly Admitted Students
    We are excited to have you on-campus for next year.  Once you pay your enrollment fee be on the look-out for an email on how to submit your housing application for the Fall 23-Spring 24 academic year


    When you live at UConn Storrs, you are central to everything you need on campus.

    Proximity to academic buildings – get to class within minutes!

    Dining Halls throughout campus with expansive and rotating menus

    Brand new, state-of-the-art recreation center

    Robust and free public transportation via campus bus system

    Close access to the shops and restaurants in Downtown Storrs


    Develop life-long relationships with students from around the world and be a part of the growing and changing Husky Nation.

    Check out campus recreation to join intramurals, fitness classes, or other activity-based programs

    Join one of the hundreds of Registered Student Organizations (RSOs)

    Make new friends at one of the many day or late-night events on campus

    See how many boxes you and your friends can check off on the 81 things to-do before you graduate list

    Become a part of one of our many Learning Communities to build meaningful relationships with students pursuing similar academic interests

    Engage with other students in your residence hall to build a fun, compassionate, and creative community by joining Hall Association

    Hall Associations

    Each area has their own organization and residents can join by running for a position on the Executive Board or attending general body meetings.

    Work together to:

    • plan and host events
    • advocate for student needs
    • build connections within their community
    • manage a budget
    • gain valuable leadership skills that will transfer to any internship or job
    • To find out more about how to join, please visit the RHA website.


    • Each residence hall has a Residence Hall Director (RHD) and Resident Assistants (RA) that help challenge, support, and guide students through the academic year
    • The RHDs and RAs facilitate student learning and development through our Residential Learning Model focused on intellectual engagement, interpersonal competence, and personal growth
    • Close access to UConn Student Health and Wellness services focusing on the physical and mental health of all students
    • Countless resources are available on campus for students to utilize at any time they need them throughout their college experience

    Land Acknowledgement Statement

    We would like to begin by acknowledging that the land on which we gather is the territory of the Mohegan, Mashantucket Pequot, Easter Pequot, Schaghticoke, Golden Hill Paugussett, and Nipmuc Peoples, who have stewarded this land throughout the generations. We thank them for their strength and resilience in protecting this land, and aspire to uphold our responsibilities according to their example.

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