What dorms are on North campus OSU?
Room Type by Building (North Campus)
|Barrett House||4/suite w/bath & a/c||2A|
|Blackburn House||1/room with bath & a/c||1|
|Blackburn House||2/rm-2-rm ste-bath&lounge||1|
What is included in UW dorms?
- 9-month contract (autumn, winter and spring quarters)
- Fully furnished including beds and desks.
- Study rooms, community lounges and kitchens.
- Internet and cable TV included.
- 24/7 live-in staff.
- Fitness Center access.
- Wide range of room types to accommodate student needs, interests and price points.
What is the newest dorm at UW?
Work on the first phase of the North Campus redevelopment was completed last year, culminating with the opening of three new buildings, Willow Hall, Madrona Hall and new McCarty Hall. The second phase is underway and will be completed in 2020.
Do UW dorms have bathrooms?
In standard residence halls, men and women are typically housed on separate floors or wings with shared bath facilities for each gender. We assign rooms based on program preferences. The hall bathrooms have individual showers and dressing areas for privacy.
Where can I study on North Campus?
North Campus features several study areas and all buildings have at least one lounge. The McConaughy Multipurpose Room, located below the cafeteria, is also available for studying. Please be sure that the room is not reserved for another purpose.
What is North Campus at UCC?
North Campus is one of the largest residential communities at the University of Connecticut with approximately 1,400 residents in this area. Besides convenience, residential living offers many educational opportunities.
What are the residential communities at the University of Connecticut?
New Haven, Fairfield, Litchfield, Tolland, Baldwin, McConaughy, Hurley, Middlesex, Windham, New London & Hartford North Campus is one of the largest residential communities at the University of Connecticut with approximately 1,400 residents in this area. Besides convenience, residential living offers many educational opportunities.
Why choose residence hall communities?
Residence hall communities teach responsible citizenship and develop personal and social values. North Campus is home to a variety of students from all class years and is a popular location for students who are studying in the STEM fields due to the close proximity may of the science buildings.