Graduate students are offered a variety of housing options at the University of Bridgeport including:
North and South Hall – North/South Hall offers a traditional style housing experience with students living in single or double rooms. Each room is furnished and includes a microfridge with microwave, cable access and high-speed internet access. Students share a community bathroom and kitchen on each floor. Students in North/South Hall are not required to be on a meal plan but may purchase dining dollars directly through Marina Dining Hall.
Chaffee Hall – Chaffee Hall is newly renovated and offers a traditional style housing experience with students living in single or double rooms. Each room is furnished and includes a microfridge with microwave, cable access, high-speed internet access and are air conditioned. Students share a community bathroom and kitchenette on each floor. Students in Chaffee Hall are required to be enrolled in a meal plan.
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.
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.
Homestay—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.