Summer Housing – Storrs Campus

Group of exchange students having a meeting on the Student Union Mall on Aug. 18, 2017.

Summer 2022 Housing Information

Summer 2022 Housing Application

 

The Summer Housing Application is available in early March. Please complete applications at least 8 days prior to your anticipated check in.

 

Eligibility for Summer Housing

To live on campus, residents must meet one or more of the following:

  • Registered for at least one Storrs campus summer course, either online or in-person. Housing is only available for the summer terms you are actively enrolled in a course(s).
  • Working or interning on-campus during the time in which on-campus housing is requested.
  • Students with housing insecurity or inability to safely return home
  • Student athlete who is required by Athletics to reside on campus over the summer

If you intend to meet one or more of the above criteria, please write in to livingoncampus@uconn.edu to request access to the Summer Housing Application.

We are unable to provide summer housing to non-UConn students this summer due to COVID-19 precautions.

Verification of Eligibility

  • Summer coursework will be verified though University records.
  • Student athlete requirements will be verified through Athletics.
  • Students who are unable to return home will need to submit information about their personal circumstances to livingoncampus@uconn.edu
  • Residents who are participating in an academic internship or who are working on-campus must provide proof of their employment/participation to Residential Life. An email from the employment or academic supervisor is required.

Supervisors should email livingoncampus@uconn.edu with the following information:

  1. Include student's first name, last name, and 7 digit student ID number or NetID
  2. State that the student will be completing an internship or is employed by the department
  3. Dates of internship/employment

Summer Housing at Stamford

Information about summer housing at the Stamford campus will be forthcoming.

Summer Housing Accommodations

  • Most summer assignments will be made in double occupancy rooms in Werth Tower. Students should expect to have a roommate. We are unable to accept requests for single rooms.
  • Assignments are based on availability. Residents will be provided their specific room assignment at check-in.
  • Health/Medical Accommodations: Residents with a documented health/medical condition or disability which may impact their living environment must contact the Center for Students with Disabilities to register and request a housing accommodation. Current students who already are registered should notify their CSD case manager that they will need a summer housing accommodation.
  • Housing in Hilltop Apartments may be available to some students living in Hilltop Apartments or Northwood Apartments for Spring 2022. Details will be forthcoming. A meal plan is not required for students living in an apartment over the summer.

Summer Rates

  • Summer housing is billed on a flat, weekly rate from Sunday-Saturday.
  • Fee bills are generated once per month, generally three days after each summer session begins. These billing dates apply to all residents, including those not taking a summer course.
  • Residents living on-campus for multiple months will be receive multiple bills, as each bill covers 1 month.

 

The anticipated billing dates are:

  • May 12
  • June 3
  • July 14

Transitioning from Spring to Summer Housing Assignments

  • Spring 2022 residents who are assigned to summer housing for May will transition to their summer assignment during the week of May 9. Information with specific dates and times will be emailed in May.

Summer Residents Transitioning to Fall 2022 Housing

  • Summer residents who are living on-campus as of August 19 who also have a Fall 2022 on-campus housing assignment will transition to their Fall 2022 assignment the morning of August 19, by 12pm (noon). No exceptions will be made to move on a later date. Details will be sent to eligible students in August.

Summer Residents Not Living On-Campus for Fall 2022

  • Residents that are not living on campus for Fall 2022 semester will need to move out by Friday August 19, 2022 at 12:00pm (noon).

Planning Check-in and Check-Out Dates

As housing is billed as a weekly flat-rate, please include the Sunday you plan to check-in (or the Sunday prior to your check-in, if you plan to arrive mid-week) and the Saturday you plan to check-out (or the following Saturday, if you plan to check-out midweek).

Plans Change?
If your plans change after completing the application, please contact livingoncampus@uconn.edu.

Leaving Summer Housing for at least 1 Week and then Returning to Summer Housing

If you intend to live on campus for part of the summer, leave for at least 1 week, and then return to summer housing, please indicate “yes” on the last question of the application. A ResLife staff member will contact you to coordinate your multiple arrival and check out dates.

To meet the demand of room requests, we cannot guarantee a resident will be reassigned to the same room during each stay. As such, all belongings will need to be removed at each check-out.

Did your plans change after filling out the application?

If your plans change after completing the application, please contact LivingOnCampus@uconn.edu.

Cost for Undergraduate/Graduate Summer Housing

Summer 2022

Undergraduate & Graduate Room and Meal Plan Rates

 

Room Rates

Summer housing is billed by the week, Sunday-Saturday Werth Tower

Central A/C
Shared Bathroom

Hilltop Apartments

4 Person - 4 Bedroom Apartment
(if available)

Northwood Apartments

Northwood Apartment
(graduate students only)

Weekly
Housing Rate
$175/week + meal plan $300/week $203/week

Meal Plan Information

  • Students living in Werth Tower are required to purchase a meal plan. There are two meal plan options:
    • Meals all 7 days per week: $171.50/week
    • Meals 5 days per week (Monday-Friday only): $122.50/week
  • Summer meal plans include 1 breakfast, 1 lunch, and 1 dinner per day. Unused meals do not rollover to the following day.
  • Students enrolled in a summer class may change their meal plan for each term they are enrolled until the third day of classes. After you’ve checked-in, please contact Dining Services at (860) 486-3128 to make changes during this window.
  • Students working or interning on campus may change their meal plan up until their third day living on campus. After you’ve check-in, please contact Dining Services at (860) 486-3128  to make changes during this window.
  • Students assigned to an apartment will not be assigned a meal plan. However, options are available to purchase through Dining Services.

Graduate Student Summer 2022 Housing Information

Summer 2022 Housing Application

 

The Summer Housing Application is available in early March. Please complete applications at least 8 days prior to your anticipated check in.

 

Eligibility for Summer Housing

To live on campus, graduate residents must have been a Spring 2022 graduate student who lived on-campus.

Graduate students must also meet one of the criteria listed in "Eligibility for Summer Housing" above.

If you meet one of the above criteria, please write in to livingoncampus@uconn.edu to request access to the Summer Housing Application

Billing Information

  • Summer housing is billed on a flat, weekly rate from Sunday-Saturday.
  • Fee bills are generated once per month, generally three days after each summer session begins. These billing dates apply to all residents, including those not taking a summer course.
  • Residents living on-campus for multiple months will be receive multiple bills, as each bill covers 1 month.

 

The anticipated billing dates are:

  • May 12
  • June 3
  • July 14

Summer Assignments and Length of Residency

  • Spring 2022 residents who do not have a Fall 2022 housing assignment, can request summer housing through June 30, 2022.
  • Assignments are based on availability. Residents will be provided their specific room assignment at check-in.
  • Health/Medical Accommodations: Residents with a documented health/medical condition or disability which may impact their living environment must contact the Center for Students with Disabilities to register and request a housing accommodation. Current students who already are registered should notify their CSD case manager that they will need a summer housing accommodation.

Transitioning to Summer Assignment in May

  • Graduate residents will transition from their Spring 2022 assignment to their summer assignment during the week of May 9. Information with specific dates and times will be emailed in May.

Graduate Housing Summer Storage

  • Residential Life is unable to offer summer storage. We recommend that students look at off-campus storage options.

Did your plans change after filling out the application?

If your plans change after completing the application, please contact LivingOnCampus@uconn.edu.

Storrs Summer Housing Application (Sample)

The official application will be available in MyHousing and must be submitted via that medium unless otherwise instructed.