Making the decision to leave home to study in the U.S. can be very exciting, but it can also feel a bit overwhelming. Being a part of UConn Nation means the University of Connecticut becomes your second home. More than 100 countries are represented in UConn’s international student population and ten percent of the incoming freshman class of 2020 is comprised of international students.
UConn's main campus, in the college town of Storrs, and UConn's Stamford campus, located at the center of an energizing city, both offer on-campus housing options along with all the benefits of a top 25 public university. Additionally, UConn offers campuses in Avery Point, Hartford, and Waterbury. With six major U.S. cities within 400 miles (Hartford, Providence, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C.), opportunities to work at top businesses and to experience American culture abound.
The University of Connecticut recognizes that agents and consultants support students applying to universities in the United States. However, UConn does not engage in partnerships, collaborations, or contractual agreements with agents or consultants for recruitment or enrollment efforts. Students interested in studying at the University of Connecticut are encouraged to review the admissions requirements and application instructions. While touring campus may not be easily possible, take in campus life virtually to determine if UConn is the right fit for you.