Late in 1880, brothers Charles and Augustus Storrs donated land and money to start an agricultural school in Connecticut. More than 130 years later, the University of Connecticut has become one of the top 20 public universities in the nation.
Learning and academics are about exploring the things that interest you, growing with that knowledge, and finding the path on which you’ll be most successful. With 14 schools and colleges and more than 100 undergraduate majors, you’ll find what you’re looking for at UConn. And what if you come up with something unique to study? You can create your own major.
Whether you want to learn from the past by studying history or you want to set the course for the future with groundbreaking scientific research, learning opportunities here abound. Challenge yourself to reach new academic heights in rigorous courses taught by our expert faculty.
A career plan is a way to organize your career goals and develop a plan of action to achieve them. UConn has developed the Personalized Career Plan so that all UConn students can build their own plan based on their unique goals. This resource helps you create your own customized actions steps to save to your plan.
The Global Student Satisfaction Awards empower students across the globe to determine the best universities of 2019. By rating institutions on a scale from 1 to 5, on multiple studies-related questions, we found the top educators in the world.Learn more about the Global Student Satisfaction Awards
The Division of Student Affairs supports the educational mission of the University and enables student success through services, programs and experiences that extend learning, support health and wellness, and enhance personal development. The Division fosters an inclusive community, student engagement and active and responsible citizenship.
UConn Residential Life enhances students’ personal, interpersonal, and intellectual growth by creating safe and inclusive environments, producing innovative programs and services, and fostering meaningful relationships.
The UConn School of Law Library & Technology Department connects members of the law school community to people, places, information, ideas and resources.
We accomplish this mission by:
Wireless access is available throughout the building. You must register for access to the wireless network. The main campus University Information Technology Department's website has more information or please visit the main desk while you are visiting.
The mission of the University of Connecticut Student Health and Wellness is to promote the lifelong physical and emotional well-being of our students. Our multi-disciplinary team provides high quality, cost-effective Primary Care, Health Promotion and Educational Outreach.
More than 130 years later, UConn is ranked among the top 25 public universities in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report. From Horsebarn Hill to Downtown Storrs, our picturesque main campus is home to more than 19,000 undergraduates, as well as graduate students pursuing one of 17 graduate degrees or a doctorate in pharmacy.
Located in the heart of the northeast, halfway between New York City and Boston, UConn’s main campus makes for an energizing and inspiring environment. Here, our students learn and create new knowledge alongside esteemed professors and talented peers.
A tradition of coaching winning athletes ensures UConn is a standout in Division I sports and fuels our academic spirit. Our teams work hard to compete at the highest level, racking up championship titles and making us proud.
UConn student-athletes are ambassadors for the student body, working just as hard in the classroom as they do in competition. When they’re not training or studying, our athletes give back to the community.
From baseball, softball, and soccer to hockey, track and field, and swimming and diving, UConn athletes consistently perform at an elite level athletically and academically. Our students, alumni, and fans from all over Connecticut – and beyond – rally around Husky pride.
UConn offers over 350 student clubs to help students get more involved in the community. Organizations include academic, volunteer, sporting, performance, and other groups.
The University of Connecticut is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc. through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education.
Over my time at the University of Connecticut, I learned the most efficient way to balance one's schedule. Now, this schedule is not limited to meetings and class periods; this schedule encompasses integration of social life, family, and personal time alongside the aforementioned. Coming in as a freshman, everyone questions how to balance social life and school work like...
Overrall speaking; I had a good University experience. Counselors, guidance and help is around and there is a variety of courses, time slots to try to make it easier for students.
very helpful and involved professors, challenging courses, very friendly student body
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