With a severe winter storm forecast to affect our area during Saturday night and Sunday, residential students are asked to postpone their return to campus to Monday afternoon or, for those whose class schedules allow, Tuesday. Students, please do not arrive on campus Sunday, and check back here throughout the storm's duration for the latest advisories. Those students whose travel arrangements do not allow for a return to campus on Monday or Tuesday will be permitted to arrive during the day on Saturday and will be able to access their residential space by ID swipe. (Please note that meal plans go into effect with the Sunday evening meal.)
Hartt Community Division students and families, please check back here during the weekend for the status of HCD activities.
Living on campus is an important part of your University of Hartford educational experience. Studies nationally have shown that college students who live on campus have a better grade point average, are more involved in campus activities, take full advantage of campus resources, and are more likely to graduate than those who live off campus. Learning to embrace and to be active within your community—and to be successful in life—requires the acquisition of skills and abilities that extend far beyond the learning that takes place in the classroom. The University of Hartford is committed to providing you with rich opportunities to grow both intellectually and socially. This includes making connections with students whose life experiences are different than your own, actively participating in your residential community, learning how to appropriately deal with conflict, and living according to the shared values of our University community. It is our philosophy and expectation that all enrolled full-time first- and second-year students who do not qualify for an exception as detailed below live in University housing and participate in a University-sponsored meal plan.
All full-time undergraduate students must live in on-campus housing and participate in a meal plan during their first two years at the University, barring exceptions listed below.
Exceptions to the Residential Living Requirement are made for students who meet at least one of the following criteria:
International students enrolled through the University Pathway program are required to live on campus. International students enrolled through other programs should work directly with their admissions representative on specific University housing options and requirements.
How to apply for an exception:
Please email Director for Residential Life, Michael Malone at email@example.com.
Students who do not follow the guidelines of the Residential Living Requirement will be in violation of the Code of Student Conduct and will face sanctions as described in the Code. Students not granted an exception will be charged standard pricing for room and board as part of our routine billing procedures.