UCONN

UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT

Undergraduate Admissions

Hartford

Seize Greater Opportunity

UConn Hartford’s diverse student body reflects the metropolitan area that surrounds us, and our location provides students with a wealth of chances to learn and grow. Our West Hartford campus serves as a model of community engagement and success for urban schools.

Make the most of ongoing partnerships with schools, businesses, government, and neighborhood organizations. Enjoy the flexibility of balancing family, work, and other personal commitments while receiving a high-quality UConn education.

Contact Us

For more information or to schedule a tour of UConn Hartford:

hartford.uconn.edu
(860) 570-9310
beahuskyhartford@uconn.edu

By the Numbers:

$12,040in-state tuition and fees, 2016-2017
13:1student-faculty ratio
47%students of color
1,437undergraduates 1,602graduate students

Love to Learn

UConn’s rigorous majors prepare you for a lifetime of learning and accomplishment. You can select from nearly all of UConn’s 110+ majors, completing your first 54 credits (typically two years) at UConn Hartford, and then seamlessly transition to UConn’s main campus in Storrs to finish your bachelor’s degree.

Or, complete your degree at UConn Hartford by selecting from a variety of four-year degree programs.

Business Administration, Business Data Analytics, Digital Marketing and Analytics, Financial Management, Marine Sciences, and Maritime Studies require coursework at multiple UConn campuses and cannot be completed solely at the main campus in Storrs. Certain programs may require curriculum across multiple campuses to complete an approved plan of study.

UConn Hartford also offers an array of graduate and post-baccalaureate programs. For details, visit grad.uconn.edu.

Hartford
Hartford

Kick-Start Your Student Life

Our vibrant campus is a home away from home. UConn Hartford’s facilities provide the backdrop for a tight-knit community of supportive, nurturing students and faculty, with plenty of fun, too. At UConn Hartford, students can:

  • Study or meet friends at the Gampel Student Center;
  • Connect to the entire University library system at the Harleigh B. Trecker Library;
  • Obtain academic assistance through our Writing and Quantitative Learning centers;
  • Access UConn’s Honors Program, an enriched academic experience for eligible top scholars;
  • Choose from our 275+ Education Abroad programs in over 65 countries to expand your global knowledge;
  • Join other like-minded students in an organization such as the World Club or the Pre-Health Club;
  • Help plan student activities and develop leadership skills in the Associated Student Government.