Please contact the Director of Graduate and Exchange Programs for help in finding housing near the campus. There is a certain amount of furnished housing within walking distance to the campus and it is very important to have your housing secured prior to your arrival.
Housing Prices: Furnished housing will cost anywhere between $450-$700 for a room or apartment. UConn Law has a number of connections with landlords in the Hartford area who offer such accommodation. Please contact the Director of Graduate and Exchange Programs for more information.
Housing Arrangements: Most apartments in Hartford are unfurnished, and therefore not ideal for students coming to study for a year or less. Finding a furnished apartment can be a bit difficult and a little bit more expensive. It is likely that you will be sharing an apartment with other LL.M or exchange students and it will be walking distance to the law school.
Furniture Rental: www.cort.com is a furniture rental website, which allows you to rent furniture for an apartment. There are discounted rates for students and different packages available depending on what you might need. IKEA, located in New Haven, is also an inexpensive option for buying furniture.
Find the Perfect Place
The Law School created a Google Group for the purpose of advertising available housing in the area. It also functions as a means to assist those looking for apartment rentals, condo sales, and roommates.
This site is offered to current students who are looking to fill vacant roommate spots and to others with available housing opportunities. Please use this site to post any current and future available housing options. One must join the Group in order to post.
Once the property has been rented or the vacancy filled it is poster's responsibility to remove it from the message board. The Law School is not responsible for old or outdated postings. In addition, the Law School does not visit apartments or vouch for landlords. Please use care and diligence when selecting an apartment.
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