Living on Campus
Having one of the highest percentages of students living on campus of any public university in the nation means you'll build closer relationships with faculty and staff, become more involved with your peers, and learn what it means to be part of a community. With more than 12,000 students in our residence halls, your friends will always be around – days, nights, and weekends.
Our on-campus housing offerings include residence halls, suites, and apartments, all with features such as volleyball courts, wi-fi, free laundry facilities, game and study rooms, and lounges. Rooms include a bed, desk, chair, dresser, and closet. Nearly all residential halls are co-ed, many with men and women living on alternate floors.
Students can also choose to live in one of 20 residential Learning Communities with peers who share their major or interests. Learn more about Learning Communities, Honors, and Special Interest Housing, including gender inclusive and veterans housing.
UConn Stamford also provides an on-campus, apartment-style housing experience to over 300 students.