University of Connecticut Dorms
Living at University of Connecticut defines the experience. University of Connecticut dorms serve as a centerpiece in the on-campus social scene, and they are where you will form deep friendships and create lasting memories. But housing at University of Connecticut can be overwhelming - there are so many dorms to evaluate, how could you know which one is best? You can live on campus, or you can live in and around Los Angeles. Finding the right University of Connecticut housing option for you can make or break a year at University of Connecticut. That’s why our videos go deep into as many dorm options as possible at University of Connecticut. We take you into singles, doubles, different dorms and residence halls, and even record student interviews about their favorite parts of living at University of Connecticut.
What are the dorms like at University of Connecticut?
You’ll have to watch the CampusReel videos to see for sure. However, University of Connecticut dorms are similar to most college housing options. Most on-campus residence halls include singles, double, and suites. Floor plans vary from residence hall to residence hall. CampusReel hosts dorm tours of University of Connecticut, and every one is different. As you’ll see, every dorm room is decorated in a unique and fun way - students are creative with their setups to make University of Connecticut feel like home!
What are the dimensions of University of Connecticut dorm rooms?
The University of Connecticut dorms dimension depend on the residence hall. This information is usually contained in one of the dorm room tours of University of Connecticut on CampusReel. Supposedly the average dorm room size in the U.S. is around 130 square feet, and University of Connecticut likely has dorms bigger and smaller than this.
What are University of Connecticut’s best housing options?
The best housing option at University of Connecticut depends on your living preference. For example, many colleges provide living options for sober living, leadership opportunities, cultural preferences and more. The right dorm at University of Connecticut for you depends on what you are looking for in your housing experience. Below is a list of all housing options at University of Connecticut that CampusReel currently hosts content for:
- John Buckley Residence Hall Dorm at University of Connecticut
- Homer Babbidge Library Dorm at University of Connecticut
- Horsebarn Hill Rd Dorm at University of Connecticut
- University of Connecticut Seal Dorm at University of Connecticut
- UConn Storrs Library Dorm at University of Connecticut
- John Buckley Residence Hall Dorm at University of Connecticut
- Student Union Dorm at University of Connecticut
- Jaime Homero Arjona Building Dorm at University of Connecticut
- Greyhound: Bus Stop Dorm at University of Connecticut
- ITE Building Dorm at University of Connecticut
- Thomas J. Dodd Research Center Dorm at University of Connecticut
- Edwina Whitney Residence Hall Dorm at University of Connecticut
- Mirror Lake Island Dorm at University of Connecticut
- Storrs Center Parking Garage Dorm at University of Connecticut
- Harry A. Gampel Pavilion Dorm at University of Connecticut
- UConn Bookstore Dorm at University of Connecticut
- Belden Hall Dorm at University of Connecticut
How much do University of Connecticut dorms cost?
The cost of University of Connecticut dorms is $20,023 , but depends on a number of factors, such as financial aid, scholarships, and the housing option you select.
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Hey, Um So what's your name? I'm Paulina Moran. Jizz. All right. And where you from? I'm from Puerto Rico. Awesome. So why don't you tell me a little about your out about your room? All right, So, over here, we have the closet. I put a curtain there to, like, cover it, make the room look more cleaned up and stuff. Yeah, my desk. My computer. Just like a little calendar under second. Like, keep track of what I have to do. I put like, stuff on my wall like that, people sent from home and stuff. I put like a ton of pictures. Also like a flag over there's lights like brighten up the room and a chair under my bed. I left it in and just like some more lights there, sometimes over there, like microwave. And I just It was night And how you feel about living in Buckley. Um, I actually have to say, I really do like living in Buffalo, even though, like, it's pretty far from classes. Um, I love like being close to a star center, and I just really like the walk. Whatever. Like I passed by Mary Lake. It's really pretty, and I'd definitely say like I really like Buckley. And how do you get along with your roommate? Um, I tell you, we get along pretty well, like we don't really like a out too much together. But we, like, respect each other, and it's all mutual. We, like, chose to be together, and we get along like, really? Well, um, yeah, we mostly just like sick tar, like own friend groups. But we do liking together sometimes. Possum. And what about the Buckley dining hall? Look, Li Dining Hall is definitely not the best time you know this, But there are, like, other ones there. Clothes that are better. Like most of the time, I do end up going toe like south. I only noticed them. Yeah, they're like it's on a brother like dangles on campus. I look go to a lot more than Buckley. It's not like it's definitely not the worst dining hall, but it has its off days more than its good ones. But it's edible. Yeah, I mean, I knew what I went in there. The giant vat of catch up threw me off. There is like a giant pocket of catch up Yeah, that's like a little weird. Just a little, but I feel like also, I mean, it's It's definitely, like, decent. Like you're not going to die. Oh, Freddie. I mean, this is so cute. Thank you for showing you around soon. So my friend Casey was kind enough to let us inside of her awesome dorm room here. And I mean, as you can see outside, it's a little. It's a little damp when to say, And it always seems Teo rain on Lee on Tuesdays like it's an actual thing like it really happens. So kind of takes you on a tour and there's not much to see. Obviously, it's kind of small, but they've seemed to have done a pretty good job of making it their own case has got a nice collection of artwork going on there. And airbrush Pillow Key. She got a late night, right? And then her roommate, Jenny was not here is in a sorority. She's in Pi Phi. And so, obviously you can see her all decked out here. They got there to death together. And originally I think your room was your beds were lofted, right. Why did you change it? It's more room, and we have a lot of friends over all the time. Yeah, yeah, so actually, that basically is what it is, right? Everybody kind of chills out on the bed or on the Rog, and then they got a little chair there. They've got chairs here, and then they've got a nice little TV on top of their my grave on top of their mini fridge next to the trash can. Ah, so I mean, I think it's I mean, it's a great set up. You come in here, especially when it's yucky outside and everybody hangs out, and usually this is where we all end up. So, I mean, I think this is a pretty good I mean, if you look from here, it's not. It's not huge it all. But I mean, definitely there's a lot of potential to make it your own, and almost all the rooms have really nice views, and my mom is a corner room, so it's a little bit bigger, but they make a really good use out of the space that they have. And I mean, they've got there. Um, they're dressers under here, and so does she other storage space, and they put things in their desks and they have storage in their closet. So really, I mean, everybody freaks out about the size dorm room, but I feel like there's a lot of space there's there's enough like It's basically like you have your bedroom and then you don't have to walk through the rest of your house. It's just your bedroom and you have to share it with one of the person. Which how do you feel about sharing space? Jenny's great. She sleeps through everything, so I don't have to worry about noises, our alarms. Right? I mean, and you went random, right? I chose my roommate, so I knew her a little bit. I really recommend because actually, Casey and I met through the Yukon Facebook page for new except to you. So if you get accepted, Yukon, definitely check that out. Utilize it. Right. Because I think we met a lot of our friends through the Facebook page and as a result, connected through social media. And you're texting and really kind of took off from there. Um, and so I really recommend that you connect with people through that resource because you can make a lot of friends before you even get here. And look for a room, mate, if you don't want to go random, I mean, it's really a fifty fifty chance. I know some people chose the roommate, and now they hate them. Or they chose that roommate. And now they're really loving it. Like me. I'm so glad it does. Becca, you meant random. And you love your roommate. Some people weren't random and hate the roommate. It's really it's just You gotta roll the dice and see where it comes, and you always have an opportunity, Teo. To change out your roommate, you know, at the like, a few weeks into the semester or mid year or even a the end of the year. So do not worry about that. And don't worry about the space, because as you can see, no matter what you do to your room, you could always make it your own. And And as long as you work it out with your roommate's stuff like that, you can have Ah, some art like this on your wall posters, you know, everything. So I for one, I like the store rooms. I feel like they're they're really nice. Pleased to be. And they're good place to hang out, do homework, whatever. So Yeah, see.