Residential living at the University of New Haven offers opportunities to learn outside of the classroom. Through co-curricular programming, leadership opportunities and engagement with friends and faculty in the LLCs, students discover things about themselves and their goals for the future. Living on campus provides lasting friendships, extracurricular opportunities, amazing trips and on-campus events to enhance your classroom learning. Learn more about what residential living can offer you!
Residential Life Information for New Students
Imagine living on a magnificent 84-acre Campus and still being close to your neighbors!
This is what you will experience by choosing to live on the University of New Haven campus. And you will not be the only one who feels right at home.
For On-Campus Housing information, click here!
Whether you're a graduate or undergraduate student, faculty or staff we have options for you.
Please note that due to a lack of on-campus housing resources, graduate students in particular are encouraged to utilize information on this site to plan for their housing arrangements.
For Off-Campus Housing information, click here!\
So You Got Tripled?!?
You have probably received your housing assignments and have questions about being in a triple, below you will find various links to items about the benefits of being in a triple, room layouts, FAQ and programs specifically for Tripled Students!
If you have any questions, please feel free to give us a call at 203-932-7076.
Living Learning Communities at the University of New Haven provide first-year students in specific majors with outstanding, out-of-class co-curricular and residential experiences.
The result is an academic or theme-based peer group that affords participants with additional faculty interaction, collaboration with students within the major course of study, or with a similar interest, and a variety of activities that complement in-class assignments and pertinent topics. Students within the community are placed on a common floor with staff that has been specially selected to work with the residential learning community. Additionally, faculty work together with the residence hall staff to use the facility as a setting for co-curricular and social programming, based on the content of the community's major or interest. Finally, participants in the residential learning communities participate in orientation activities that facilitate the transition to the college experience while allowing students to interact with faculty outside of the academic classroom.
For Information on your specific Living Learning Community, please click here.
Office HoursMonday-Friday8:30am- 4:30pmSummer HoursMonday-Thursday8:30am- 4:30pmFriday8:30am- 1:30pm
Contact UsPhone: 203-932-7076Fax: 203-932-7178Location: 1st Floor Bixler Hall
Time to Eat!
For information on when & where to eat along with meal plan information: