Location

At the University of Hartford, you’ll be able to immerse yourself in the cultural heart and historical soul of America. Located in West Hartford, Connecticut—a welcoming, safe and affluent suburban community in central New England—the school is ideally located a mere two-hour-drive from both New York City and Boston, Massachusetts. That means you’ll have easy access to America’s largest city, with its world-renowned cultural scene, as well as America’s most iconic city with its rich historical roots.  The school is also located just 5.6km from downtown Hartford—Connecticut’s capital city with much to offer on its own.

HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT
FACTS & FIGURES

Student Experience

The University of Hartford has a friendly environment with an amazing faculty. The student population is diverse and there are many courses to study.

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Students Arriving Before IPP Arrival Day

Students who arrive before or after the scheduled IPP Arrival Day will need to arrange their own transport from Bradley International Airport. Several options are available for public and private transportation.

Transportation Options
• For information on taxis or limo service from the airport visit the Bradley Airport website.
• For Uber: https://www.uber.com/airports/bdl/
• For Lyft: https://www.lyft.com/airports/bdl
• For public transportation: http://www.hartford.edu/visitingcampus/public_transportation.aspx
• For local bus service from the airport: http://www.bradleyairport.com/directions/public/

Accommodation Options
Students who arrive before IPP Arrival Day will need to arrange their own accommodation until student housing becomes available. There are several hotels near the University of Hartford campus. For more information, please look here.

On Campus living

Living in a campus residence hall can feel just like home … maybe even better. You’ll meet wonderful people, make lots of friends and engage in fun activities—all while getting a world-class education. 

And you can rest assured that our supportive environment and welcoming staff will make you feel comfortable from the moment you arrive.

Studies have shown that students who live in campus residence halls have greater academic success and are more likely to graduate than off-campus students. Since student success represents the core of the University of Hartford mission, undergraduate students are required to live on campus and participate in the meal plan for the duration of their IPP experience. 

Living on campus also means that all campus facilities and services are within easy walking distance.

Residence Hall Living

All IPP students will be housed in the same building among American and other international students. You’ll be paired with a roommate in a double room in the E and F Complex. These residence halls accommodate eight to ten students in each suite. The rooms have cable TV and high-speed internet connections. In addition, each complex has laundry facilities, study lounges and air-conditioning.

Dining Plan

Undergraduate IPP students will be enrolled in the Freshman-Exclusive 7-Day All-Access Meal Plan, which includes unlimited meals at the Commons and $100 Dining Dollars each semester. Graduate students may choose to participate in other dining
plans; please see UHart's dining page for details.

Student Services

STUDENT HEALTH INSURANCE: 
$2,200 per year

 

HOUSING:

(on-campus housing is required for all undergraduate IPP students)
$4,125/semester

 

DINING/MEAL PLANS:
Undergraduate IPP students (required dining plan)

$2,235 for 7-day all-access dining with $100 dining dollars for use at campus restaurants

 

Graduate IPP students (optional dining plans)

Plans range from $2,469 to $2,601

*All costs are estimates and subject to change