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Prospective Students

Our spacious residences are designed to help you achieve academic success and personal growth. They are equipped with wireless Internet capabilities, study lounges, television lounges, meeting rooms for student groups, and many more amenities.

There are a lot of great benefits to living on campus. Here we offer a few outstanding reasons to consider making the University of Hartford your home away from home for the next four years.

Social Network
Establishing a social network is easier when you are in the middle of the action. Looking for a study partner or a dining buddy? You can usually find one just down the hall.

Convenience
Living within walking distance to important resources like libraries and labs; student support services; dining options; sporting events; theater, dance, and musical performances; and the fitness center make balancing your academic and social calendars almost effortless.

Your Independence
Campus living is a great way to test your life skills. Without mom and dad to tell you what to do, you’ll have to manage your time and responsibilities on your own. At the same time you will have the support of the Office of Residential Life’s highly trained staff when you need it. Read Independent Living; The Residential Philosophy at the University of Hartford for more information.

If you have questions or concerns as you consider whether to live on campus, please contact us at 860.768.7792 or at reslife@hartford.edu.

Hawk Hall

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First-year students, under age 21, have the opportunity to participate in the themed community living in Hawk Hall.