Graduate students are able to live in any of the residence halls on campus; however, the following are designed to have offerings for them specifically in mind:
Our newest residence hall, University Hall, offers traditional double rooms and suite-style housing with full kitchens and semi-private bathrooms. Students in double rooms are assigned a meal plan. Students in single-suites are not on a meal plan but can obtain one directly through Dining Services.
Health Science Living Community
Located at the corner of Waldemere Avenue and Myrtle Avenue, the Health Sciences Living Community (HSLC) provides twenty (20) students enrolled in the graduate Health Sciences programs the comforts of home with all the benefits of living on campus— at a low cost. Located across the street from Hubbell Gymnasium, the HSLC is only a few moments from academic buildings and includes an amazing view of Seaside Park and Long Island Sound. For more information about living in the HSLC please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
University Place Apartments
For those graduate students looking for a true apartment living experience University Place Apartments provides one and two-bedroom apartments located right behind Wheeler Recreation Center. For more information about living in University Place Apartments please contact us at email@example.com
Off Campus Housing Options
Learn about the many different off campus housing options that exist in the local area, information about leases and rental agreements, insights into the financial side of living off campus and links to local resources to locate off campus housing.
Private room in a private home with shared bath, wifi, breakfast and possibly other meals provided by host. The University of Bridgeport uses Sara’s Homestay to connect students to host families. Location, public transportation, size of accommodations will vary. Hosts are pre-screened and individually matched with the student by Sara’s Homestay. This type of housing provides the best way to learn about and immerse yourself in the language and culture of the United States.