There are a number of choices for on-campus housing at the University of Hartford. The Complexes are made up of six complexes, four of which are for freshmen only, while the other two house a mix of all classes. The Complexes are filled with singles, doubles, triples, and quads (the latter two have bunk beds to accommodate the extra students). In addition to the four complexes, another freshman-exclusive dorm is the recently built Hawk Hall, which is arguably the best residence hall. The freshman complexes and Hawk Hall are both conveniently located in the center of the residential side of campus. They each have laundry rooms—on each floor in Hawk and in the basement of the complexes—and common rooms where students can study or hang out when they don't feel like being in their rooms.
There is also apartment-style housing—Regents Park, Park River, and The Village Apartments—for upperclassmen. Regents Park suites house four students in two double rooms, four singles, or two singles and a double. Many students choose to live here, while others hesitate due to the age of the building and the squeaky floors. Park River has four-person apartments where students can either room in a double or single. The Village Apartments are the most popular of the apartments, but they are the farthest from everything, so it is like its own community. It is divided into seven quads, each representing a different identity (ex. 24-hour quiet, community service, etc.). These apartments resemble small duplexes and accommodate two, four, five, or six students, depending on the unit. All of the apartment-style residence halls on campus have a living room and a kitchen area for cooking, except for Regents, which does not have a stove. Students who live in the apartments are responsible for their own cleaning and maintenance; the bathrooms in the Complexes and Hawk Hall are cleaned by members of the maintenance staff.