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Student Accommodation in New Haven

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New Haven is a city in the state of Connecticut, US. It lies on the shore of Long Island Sound. It is the third biggest city in the state when it comes to population density. Its history goes back to the Quinnipiac tribe that were Native Americans. Casita offers you luxurious student accommodation in New Haven. Our accommodation options have state-of-the-art facilities and a plethora of services. Also, it is very well situated because it is only a short drive from Central New Haven. 

Why Book Student Accommodation in New Haven?

New Haven is often referred to as the “Cultural Capital of Connecticut”; the reason it is often called so is that it has plenty of cultural and historical venues. It is also nicknamed “The Elm City” because it had the first public tree programme in the US. About 20% of the population are university students and 52% of the population are of different ethnicities and races. The city is also home to many renowned educational institutions; including Yale University. All of these previous factors make New Haven a suitable choice for international students. Casita offers you student accommodation in New Haven close to all the major locations in the city.

Universities in New Haven

Casita offers New Haven student accommodation within a short distance to the following universities:

Yale University

  • One student accommodation option in New Haven is within an 11-minute walking distance from the university.

  • State Street train station is a 14-minute walk from the university. Sachem St and Opp Hillhouse Ave bus station is a five-minute walk from the university and Prospect St and Trumbull St bus station is a four-minute walk.

  • Nearby places of interest: Long Wharf Nature Preserve, East Rock Park, and Blessed Michael McGivney Pilgrimage Center

Southern Connecticut State University

  • One student accommodation option in New Haven is within a ten-minute car ride from the university.

  • New Haven Union train station is a 14-minute ride from the university. Fitch St and Crescent St bus station is a six-minute walk from the university and Wintergreen Ave and Farnham Ave bus station is also a six-minute walk.

  • Nearby places of interest: PEZ Visitor Center, Judges Cave, and New Haven Botanical Garden of Healing. 

Student Life

Is New Haven a good college city?

New Haven is one of the highly-ranked cities when it comes to higher education institutions. It is home to Yale University, an Ivy League research university that is ranked fourth in the nation. It also has other fantastic educational institutions that include Southern Connecticut State University, Albertus Magnus College, and Gateway Community College. 

Is New Haven CT a nice place to live?

The city is lively, vibrant, and modern with a touch of history. As we’ve mentioned before, it is often referred to as the “Cultural Capital of Connecticut” due to its many diverse cultural spots. New Haven is also famous for its delicious cuisine and high-end restaurants. It also hosts many events and festivals that include the International Festival of Arts and Ideas, New Haven's Saint Patrick's Day parade, and Powder House Day. 

Must-Visit Places in New Haven

There are many historic and cultural places plus entertainment venues we recommend you check out. These locations include Five Mile Point Light, Yale University Art Gallery, Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, New Haven Railroad Station, Carousel at Lighthouse Point Park, and Shubert Theater

Transportation in New Haven

There are many methods you can use to get around the city easily. Some people prefer walking or cycling since the city is small, others prefer using the public transportation links that include buses, rails, and private transport. Bus services are offered by CT Transit. It has 24 routes throughout the city. Some shuttles are free and some cost you $1.75 for a single ride. As for rails, they are used most by commuters travelling from and to New Haven. New Haven is connected to New York city by these rails. The city also has private transportation providers that include BDL Livery and Car Service, All Quest Car Service & Limousine, and Gadar Chauffeur Services

Other Student Accommodations in the USA

Besides offering affordable student accommodation in New Haven, Casita also offers student accommodation options in nearby cities which include:

Oxford, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, and Rochester.

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