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At the University of Hartford, we want to make move-in as smooth and safe as possible. We understand that you probably have a lot of questions with many things changing due to COVID-19. That's why we have gathered a list of frequently asked questions.
Application process and residency requirement
The University of Hartford has a residency policy that stipulates all students must live on campus for their first and second year. More information about that policy, including exceptions to the policy (e.g. living with immediate family members within 60 miles of campus) can be found here.
We need a few things to grant exemptions to the residency requirement. Name, ID number, permanent address (living with parent/guardian), and reason for needing the exemption.
Once we have this info we can process the request. If approved Financial Aid, Admissions, and the Residential Life Assignments Manager will be notified.
More information regarding residency requirements can be found here.
First Year and Transfer Students:
If you are a new, incoming UHart student, additional information about medical housing will be made available after May 1. If you have any questions, please email our Assistant Vice President for Student Success, Suzanne McNeil, at email@example.com.
Upper Class Students:
Have you submitted the medical request form and your medical documentation? If not, please fill out this form and follow the instructions for submitting the medical paperwork from your doctor.
More information is coming soon!
Room changes, cancellation, roommates, and more
Send an email from your Hartford email account to firstname.lastname@example.org notifying us of your intention to cancel housing. Notifications of withdrawal received before July 1 are eligible for a refund of the $150.00 housing deposit if there is no remaining balance on the student’s account.
The Office of Residential Life follows the University of Hartford tuition refund schedule which you can find here
You must return your key(s) to the Office of Residential Life after you remove all items from your room/suite/apartment.
We encourage that all students complete a Roommate Agreement and attempt to talk through their conflict before requesting a room change. Your Resident Assistant (RA) or Resident Director (RD) can help with this.
If you do decided to request a room change, the process opens around the third week of the fall and spring semesters.All Room Change Request forms are located in your Roompact.com account. You must log into Roompact to view and complete these forms. After you complete this request, your Resident Director (RD) will be in touch in 2-3 business days to discuss your request and talk about next steps.
If you have any questions, contact your Resident Director (RD) or Residential Life.
There is a required admission deposit for incoming full-time freshmen and transfer students. The tuition portion of the deposit is non-refundable ($100). The housing deposit is $150 and can be refunded if you cancel housing before July 1.
As part of the housing application process, you can search for roommates.
If you are looking for a specific person, please note that they can only be found in the roommate search if they have started an application. Roommate requests must be mutual (both select and accept the other) in order to be potentially placed together.
Roommate requests can only be granted if both students are selected for Hawk Hall AND to the same RLC. Students should request their roommates prior to the Hawk Hall application deadline. Students will be notified of their roommate when assignments are officially sent out in late July/early August.
A super single is a double room with only one occupant. A single is a single room with only one occupant.
You can find the costs of all our housing options here.
Students can only select housing units with the same number of spaces as the number of students in their group during room selection.
For example, groups of four can only select housing units comprised of four spaces (4 single rooms; 2 single rooms and 1 double room; or 2 double rooms). Buyouts are not guaranteed and only offered once the semester has begun, typically in September and January, if space allows.