Phone: (203) 932-7076
Fax: (203) 932-7178
Location: 1st Floor Bixler Hall
The University of New Haven isn’t just where you go to class.
It’s also where you learn to live on your own, make lifelong friends, participate in campus recreation, organize activities, or just “hang out!” And the best part? You have a choice. The University of New Haven offers students on-campus residence halls and off-campus options ranging from a traditional residence hall to townhouses to apartment-style suites and themed housing.
To learn more about our residences halls, see below:
Ruden Street Apartments are attractive for students looking for a real-world independent living situation. Located near the south entrance of the University and just a short 2-minute walk to Shop Rite, 7-Eleven, McDonald’s and Dunkin’ Donuts.
Apartment-style residence hall with a game room on lower level with a pool table and lounge area. Helps students take the first step toward independent living . 2 students per room in most apartments.
Large suite-style residence hall with 2 bedrooms joined together by a common living area and bathroom. Conveniently located directly across from the 58,000-square-foot David A. Beckerman Recreation Center and next to the Health Services Office.
Ideal for upper-class students who prefer to live off campus but still be easily involved in campus activities. Just a short 5-minute walk from the south part of the University of New Haven campus. Fully air-conditioned apartments with full kitchens and built-in closets.
14 condominiums housing 56 upper-class students. Located approximately 1 mile from the University of New Haven’s main campus and 1 mile from the beaches of Long Island Sound. Each unit has a private washer and dryer on the second level.
Located one mile from the University of New Haven campus, the West Haven boardwalk and the beach. There are three upper-class students per townhouse, which includes a full kitchen, beautiful hardwood floors, a living area, bathroom, and two bedrooms.
Large-scale, apartment-style living for upper-class students on campus, including partial kitchens, bathroom, 1-3 bedrooms, and spacious living room.. 2-6 students per apartment. Brand new Campus Convenience Store (C-Store) and Health Services Office are located on 1st level.
The $43 million building was the first "green" residence hall at the University of New Haven and received LEED gold certification status. It opened as Soundview Hall, and was rededicated Celentano Hall on May 5, 2014.
University of New Haven works with local property owners and real estate agents to provide limited rental property listings for students.