Returning & Transfer Student Housing

Your Home at UHart Awaits.

Contact the Office of Residential Life
We are here to help!

You can reach us Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. via email at or by phone at 860-768.7792.

You can also visit us in the F Complex behind Barnard Hall.

Whether you choose to live in a neighborhood, or in one of our apartment options, we want it to feel like home. As a a residential student you'll have the added benefit and convenience of being in close proximity to your classes, dining options, sports and recreation, and more.  

Check out below for information on your housing options, the housing selection process, and other important details related to living on campus!

Housing Options

residential assistants and directors

We offer flexible living arrangements to match your individual lifestyle.

You will have access to various room types, study lounges, and free laundry facilities. We also allow you to choose your own roommate.

For your convenience, dining halls, wellness facilities, and academic buildings are just a short walking distance away. Each living area has multiple Resident Assistants (RAs) and a full-time Resident Director (RD), who can help you when you have questions or concerns.

apartment style housing

Our apartment style housing provides the opportunity for independent living while also enjoying the convenience and benefit of enjoying the University's on-campus services, facilities, and activities. Students can walk in and make themselves right at home!

Park River Apartments

Park River apartments house four students in two doubles, a double and two singles, or four singles. In each bedroom there is an XL twin bed and a desk set-up. In the common living area, students can enjoy an already furnished space! With two love-seat couches, a coffee table, and kitchen table and chairs—students are able to settle in to their new homes with their living areas already set up.

The common areas include meeting rooms, lounges, recreation, and laundry facilities. Park River offers a high degree of personal responsibility while residents enjoy all the convenience and support of the University's on-campus services, facilities, and activities. These apartments are air conditioned.

Village Apartments

Our most popular student housing option, the Villages, are home to one third (more than 850) of our residential students. These apartments house four, five, and six students in mostly double occupancy bedrooms. Facilities are completely furnished including bedroom (twin XL bed, dresser, desk, and chair), living room (soft seating, coffee table, media unit, 1-2 end tables) and kitchen furniture as well as kitchen appliances and a microwave. Students are permitted to bring standing air conditioning units as long as they meet requirements listed in the Student Handbook. 

Regents Park double bed room

Regents Park Suites

Regents Park suites are fully furnished and include a living room, bedrooms, and a bathroom. The suites are designed to house four students in two doubles, a double and two singles, or four singles.

Each bedroom is furnished with one XL twin mattress and bed, one desk, and one desk chair per resident. The living room space is furnished with two love seat couches, one coffee table, a kitchen table, and four kitchen chairs. Air conditioning is not provided and students are not permitted to bring their own units.

super single resident hall

D Neighborhood

D Neighborhood is a traditional-style residence hall comprised of four smaller buildings. Floors and shared bathrooms are designated by gender. Each floor houses 8-20 students in single and double rooms, and buildings share lounges and laundry facilities. The four buildings in Neighborhood D are King, Smith, Occum, and Roth.

Neighborhood rooms are furnished with the following per resident: One XL twin bed and mattress, one desk, one desk chair, and closet space. There are drawers available in each room, either built into the closet or as a separate unit.

E Neighborhood

E Neighborhood is comprised of four traditional-style residence halls, housing 6-20 students on each floor. Hallways have rooms not designated by gender, as well as for women- or men-only. Multiple, single-use bathrooms are located in the hallways and shared by the residents of each floor. This Neighborhood offers double and single rooms, as well as laundry facilities, study lounges, and air conditioning. The four buildings that comprise E Neighborhood are Bushnell, Garvey, Hillyer, and Whitney. 

Each room in E Neighborhood is furnished with 1 XL twin bed and mattress, 1 desk, 1 desk chair per resident. Each room has a closet with either a closet organizer in it with drawers or drawers built into the base of the closet. 

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