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Housing Application

At the University of Hartford, our residence halls are your home. 

The future is looking bright. This fall, we anticipate being able to offer more opportunities for you to connect and spend time with friends. While those friendships can be formed many places on campus, the heart of it all is your residence hall. The housing application helps us to determine the best fit for you, in addition to informing us of specific needs or requests. 

In order to live on campus:
  • All students must maintain full-time status, carrying at least 12 credit hours per semester
  • All students must be compliant with the State of Connecticut meningococcal meningitis regulations prior to moving into their assigned housing
  • You are required to have a meal plan while living on campus. You can learn more about meal plan options and dining services here at hartford.campusdish.com and see meal plan costs on the Bursars website.

Living on Campus: 2021-22

If you are a new student, your housing deposit was incorporated in your main deposit to the university. The housing application will not work unless this has been submitted.

Fill out your housing application
  1. Log into UHart’s Self-Service Center using your ID and password

  2. Select the Student tab at the top left side of the page, then Residential Life. This will take you to the housing portal, where you can fill out your housing application.

If you have any issues logging into the Self-Service Center, please contact the Center for Student Success at 860.768.4999 or css@hartford.edu

Deadlines
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis after the June 15 priority deadline. (Hawk Hall priority applications are due May 9.)

Roommates
If you do not request a roommate, we will match you based on the profile questions you answer inside your housing application, so make sure you answer them accurately.

For transfer students, we work to house you with other transfer and non-transfer students who have similar majors, interests, and responses to the profile questions inside the housing application. If you have a roommate you would like to request, you and your desired roommate must contact our office at reslife@hartford.edu to request to live together.

If this will be your first time living on campus as a returning student, you'll need to submit your housing deposit. Students who lived on-campus for the spring 2021 semester will already have a housing deposit on file.

Fill out your housing application
  1. Log into UHart’s Self-Service Center using your ID and password

  2. Select the Student tab at the top left side of the page, then Residential Life. This will take you to the housing portal, where you can fill out your housing application.

If you have any issues logging into the Self-Service Center, please contact the Center for Student Success at 860.768.4999 or css@hartford.edu.

Deadlines
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis after the April 8 priority deadline.

Any student who has been accepted into any full-time, graduate program may apply to live in graduate housing.  Accepted students should complete the following steps once they have received their University of Hartford email. 

Application Process

Step 1: Submit your Housing Deposit 

If this will be your first time living on campus, you will need to submit a $150 housing deposit. Contact the Center for Student Success (CSS) to make a CashNet payment and designate it as your housing deposit. Students who have lived on-campus the previous semester should already have a housing deposit on file.   

Step 2: Submit your Housing Application Fee  

Submit your $75 housing application fee. This non-refundable fee is payable through CashNet or in person at CSS. 

Step 3: Fill out your Housing Application

The housing application will be available through your Self-Service account 24 hours after paying your housing deposit and housing application fee.  After logging into Self Service with your ID and password you will need to: 

  1. Go to the Office of Residential Life page 
  2. Log in with your University of Hartford email credentials 
  3. Select Applications 
  4. Select Academic Year 2021-2022 

If you have any issues logging into the Self-Service Center, please contact the Center for Student Success at 860.768.4999 or css@hartford.edu.    

Deadlines 

Graduate housing applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Students will be assigned a space based upon the date their completed application is received. Housing is limited and students are encouraged to apply early to secure a renovated space in our new graduate housing community. Please allow 7 business days after applying to receive your housing assignment.