Accommodation Student housing in the USA
Two students hanging out in their accommodation in a Pace residence

Student housing in the USA

You’ll need a home away from home when you study abroad in the USA. 

Once you have accepted your place on your chosen US program you can apply for student housing through your university. Depending on your university and degree level, homestays and private off-campus housing may also be available. 

You’ll live as a member of a safe, comfortable and inspiring community, and receive comprehensive support to ensure your wellbeing and academic success in the USA. 

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Student housing at UConn Storrs

What’s typically included: 

Shared bedroom  

High-speed internet connectivity 

Access to student lounges with TVs and games for entertainment 

Shared bathroom 

Rooms that come with basic furniture (bed, mattress, desk, chair, dresser and closet) 

On-site laundry facilities 

Shared kitchen 

All bills included 

Secure door entry and security cameras for your safety 

Book your housing as soon as you accept your offer from a US university

Join a welcoming community of friendly domestic and international students 

Travel a short distance to your classes from your room

Enjoy living in a safe and secure environment

Don’t miss out — rooms are allocated on a first come, first served basis

Focus on your academic success in a living-learning community

Securing your room at your US university 

  1. Confirm your place

    by paying the enrollment fee or accepting your offer 

  2. Start exploring your housing options  

    Shared dorm room, suite, apartment-style housing — which is available to you? 

  3. Apply for your preferred housing option as soon as possible 

    Rooms are often allocated on a first come, first served basis 

  4. Move into your residence in time for orientation

    Meet your roommate and make friends in a close-knit community

  5. Live in a convenient location

    close to your classes and campus facilities