UConn Stamford is growing due to strong student interest in our well-established academic programs as well as interest in our new and emerging undergraduate and graduate programs, particularly in Digital Media and Business. The campus also benefits from its downtown location in the vibrant City of Stamford and its proximity to New York City.
Live, study, and form lifelong friendships in brand-new University housing. Find the comprehensive, outstanding education you deserve at UConn Stamford. Through classroom learning and unique hands-on experiences, UConn inspires you to be the best you can be.
Summer 2019 Housing for UConn Students
UConn students taking summer session courses, holding internships, or working in the Stamford area during the summer may be eligible for on-campus housing.
Summer 2019 Housing for Non-UConn Students
Non-UConn students interning or working in the Fairfield County or the New York Metropolitan area may be eligible for on-campus housing.
One of the major deterrents for students who would like to live in Stamford is the high cost of housing. The cost of a one bedroom Stamford apartment averages $1,900 per month and the average cost of a two-bedroom apartment is $2,700 per month, expenses that are beyond the range of affordability for most students.
With this new development, housing costs for many students will be reduced and much more affordable. Residential housing will also eliminate commuting time and expenses, enhance the college experience and increase student independence. Students will enjoy the cultural experiences, entertainment, and employment and internship opportunities in Stamford, while increasing time for academic work.
University housing is located at 900 Washington Boulevard, 2 blocks south of the UConn Stamford campus and half way between the main campus building and the Stamford Transportation Center.
The building is six stories tall and has 116 apartment units. The maximum occupancy of the building is approximately 350 students, but because some of the bedrooms are single occupancy, the target occupancy is 290 students. The University is managing Stamford housing as we do in Storrs, with an on-site Resident Director and on-floor Resident Assistants. 100 designated parking spaces for students are available for a small additional charge.
Residential Life Staff
The Stamford Reslife and Hall Director office is located on the first floor of the residence hall at 900 Washington Boulevard. Should you need to contact a staff person please call 203-251-8582. Additionally, should you need any assistance from the hours of 7pm-9am, please contact the RA duty phone at 203-833-2507.
If you have any maintenance concerns in your apartment please log-in to RentCafe (Online Resident Portal). RentCafe is designed to make your life easier as a resident! Once you are registered, you will have the ability to submit maintenance requests. Registration is a breeze, please use the following link: https://rms-companies-reslisting.securecafe.com/residentservices/900-washington-blvd-stamford-ct-06901/userlogin.aspx, and follow the instructions below:
- Click on “Click here to register”
- Follow the Registration Process
- When asked for the Registration Code, use the following: t######
Work and Play
- First Floor
- Meeting room
- Resident mailboxes
- Staff offices
- Security desk
- Second Floor
- Study rooms
- Game room
- Living room
- On-site covered and gated parking available for a fee
- Study lounge on each resident floor
- Access to fitness center
For room options and rates, please visit reslife.uconn.edu/stamford-campus-housing.
Live, study, and form lifelong friendships in brand-new University housing. Apply to be a Resident Assistant for free academic-year housing, a stipend, and the opportunity to foster a welcoming apartment community.
Photos are from actual units in the residence hall. Each apartment will be fully furnished with bedroom, living room and kitchen furniture.
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