Living at UConn

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 even looking to make new friends, you will find that living on campus is the easiest way to accomplish your college goals. 


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 

One of the most exciting ways a residential student can get involved is by joining Hall Association. Each area has their own organization and residents can join by running for a position on the Executive Board or attending general body meetings.

Executive Board and general body members 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