Ready to call UHart home?


UHart should feel like home. That’s why we offer flexible living arrangements to suit your individual lifestyle and preference.

As a first-year student, you’ll have access to a double room, study lounges, and laundry facilities. After your second year, you can continue to live in one of our residence halls or campus apartments or choose off-campus apartment living. Graduate students can apply for housing in a modern, furnished townhouse complex.

Office of Residential Life

Updates for Students

See the latest updates to our testing requirement and residential life guest policy. 

In the Office of Residential Life, we understand that living on campus is an important part of your educational experience, providing you with rich opportunities to grow intellectually and socially. We are here to help you adjust to on-campus living and make UHart feel like your new home.

Questions? Contact us! 

Office of Residential Life

  • Monday—Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
  • 860.768.7792
  • Location: F Complex, behind Barnard Hall

Exciting Renovations Coming 2022!

Village Apartment Renovations

It's an exciting time for UHart students to live on campus! 

Our most popular student housing option, the Villages, are home to one third (more than 850) of our residential students. When classes end in May, the University will begin a complete renovation of all seven quads, containing 207 total apartments.

Housing Requirement

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.

UHart 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.

Dorm and Living Space Photos

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