Stamford Campus Housing


Welcome to Stamford Campus Housing

Stamford Campus housing has a variety of living options available ranging from studio apartments to two bedroom apartments. Stamford housing is currently offered at 900 Washington Blvd., the Lillian (87 Franklin Street), and 65 Prospect Street.

There are Hall Directors and Resident Assistants to offer students support.

Room Features & Hall Amenities

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

    1. -All beds at 900 Washington Blvd., and 65 Prospect are Twin XL

• 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 of 900 Washington Blvd.
• 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



2020-2021 Room Rates

Rate Apartment Type Semester Year
Stamford Rate 1 Standard Shared Bedroom $5,277  $10,554
Stamford Rate 2 Premium Shared Bedroom $6,400  $12,800
Stamford Rate 3 Penthouse Shared Bedroom $6,684  $13,368
* Residential Life will try to meet your rate preference but cannot guarantee it. 

Fall 2020 Closing Information

Hello Stamford Resident,


You are receiving this communication as you have been identified as a resident who will need to check out for the fall semester. Fall closing/check out process will run from November 16-21, 2020. Please review the following information for how to check out of your fall semester spaces as it is vital to you having a quick, safe, and easy move out process! Any student needing to check out prior to November 16th will need to notify to receive further instructions.



  • Residents will need to sign up for a specific check out time block using MyHousing account.
  • Students may bring only 1 guest to assist with move-out.
  • Residents will need to complete a self-checkout. Blank key envelopes will be available at 900WB lobby in drop box drawer. Please put your keys in the envelope and follow all steps on checklist on envelope.
  • Please be sure to follow the steps below:
  • Sign up for a checkout appointment using MyHousing account.
  • Before check-out please view Check-Out Video.
  • Follow the guided instructions on envelope checklist.
  • Put your FOB/keys in the envelope and place it in the drop box located in the lobby of 900WB, near the Residential Life office
  • ResLife staff will not be assisting students with the move out process.
  • Bins and dollies will not be provided.


  • Students living on-campus for Spring 2021 and returning to their Fall 2020 room assignment, the following applies
    • Return the room to its original condition. Furniture not returned to a student room will be billed to the appropriate student(s) at full replacement cost.
      • All furniture needs to be assembled (Bunk beds need to be put back together)
    • Do not place personal items/trash in common areas (hallways, stairwells, lounges, bathrooms).
    • Close and lock your windows.
    • Rooms should be swept and all surfaces should be wiped down. You may also need to mop. Avoid cleaning charges by returning your room to its move-in condition. DO NOT sweep your room into the hallway and leave dust/debris there. You will be billed if you do so.
    • Failure to do any of the tasks listed above will result in additional charges.
    • Please understand that residents of an apartment may split the charges for any damages and/or additional cleaning that occurs within the space
  • Students not living on-campus for Spring 2021 or returning to a different room assignment, the following applies:
    • Remove all personal belongings (carpets, personal furniture, etc.) from your room.
    • Any items left behind will be removed and residents will be billed accordingly.
    • Clean out the room by removing decorations from the walls or door of your room, disposing of any garbage and sweeping/mopping. Remember to clean both the inside and outside of your door including any writing and adhesive from message boards.
    • Kitchens and bathrooms need to be returned to their original condition
      • Please clean out and remove belongings from all drawers and cabinets as anything left behind will be discarded.
      • All kitchen appliances should be empty and clean. Make sure to check the dishwasher, washer, and dryer for items before you leave!
    • Failure to check out properly (i.e. return keys or complete the aforementioned tasks) will prohibit you from contesting any damage charges.
    • Failure to return your apartment and room key will result in an automatic lock change that will be billed to you. The cost of this lock change starts at $300.00.



  • All residents must check out before 5pm on November 21st
  • All card access/entrance codes will be turned off/changed after you checked out, you will not be able to return


We appreciate your cooperation during move out and hope that you stay safe and healthy. Good Luck on your finals!

Please do not hesitate to contact if you have any questions.


Department of Residential Life

University of Connecticut- Stamford Campus



Fall 2020 Housing Information

Fall 2020 Housing Information

  • Returning Residents
    • All on-time returning student applicants will receive an update in late January/early February 2020 regarding housing eligibility so that they can plan accordingly. Notifications regarding housing eligibility will be sent to the UConn email account of the student. The roommate selection process will begin the week of March 23 and the room selection process will begin the week of April 6. More information about both processes is available at Stamford Housing Selection Central.
  • New Residents
    • Newly admitted students to the Stamford campus for fall 2020 can submit housing applications starting February 1, 2020. Students who submit a housing application and have updated financial aid packages will be notified as early as mid-March of their fall housing eligibility.

Floorplans for 900 Washington Blvd. and 65 Prospect are also available on our Floorplans webpage.

Maintenance Requests/Work Orders

RentCafe is designed to make your life easier as a resident! Once you are registered, you will have the ability to submit maintenance requests. Registration is a breeze, please use the following link:, and follow the instructions below:

  • Click on “Click here to register
  • Follow the Registration Process
  • When asked for the Registration Code, use the following:

Your specific code: This was emailed to you at the beginning of the semester. If you are unsure of what your code is, please see your RA.

Student Mail Services (Stamford Campus)

Stamford Housing Contacts

Office Location: First floor of Stamford Apartments (900 Washington Blvd.)
Phone: (203) 251-8582

Stamford Housing Hall Directors

Stamford Housing Questions:

Arrival Information

Stamford Housing Selection Central

Winter Recess Housing

Stamford Housing Maps

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

Stamford New Student Information

Stamford New Student Central


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