One community. Many cultures.
UConn is a community that values the contributions of all of our members and the distinct backgrounds we all represent. Here, we practice compassion, understanding, and respect. We embrace and celebrate you for who you are. Together we committed to supporting each other as Huskies.
With nearly 90 countries and 43 U.S. states represented in UConn's student body, your peers will come from different cultures and ethnicities throughout the world. Exchanging intellectual ideas and socializing with students who are different than you is critical in developing a global view and instrumental in learning to approach challenges from a fresh perspective.
Your experience at UConn will extend far beyond academic discovery. Within our academic core, we offer more than 115 majors that are as diverse as our campus, including areas of study such as Africana Studies; Human Rights; Judaic Studies; Latino and Latin American Studies; Urban and Community Studies; and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.