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Storrs - Main Campus

Located in the heart of the northeast halfway between New York City and Boston, UConn’s main campus in Storrs makes for an energizing and inspiring environment. Here, our students learn alongside esteemed professors, student-scholars, and talented peers. With over 700 clubs and organizations to choose from, 21 NCAA Division I athletic teams to cheer on, and one of the highest percentages of students living on campus of any public university, there’s plenty to do with friends on a night off from hitting the books.

The six cultural centers and programs on campus serve as resources for our richly diverse and inclusive campus community comprised of more than 90 different countries. And if exploration is what interests you, choose from over 200 experiential global learning and study abroad opportunities including internships, field work, and research programs.

 

Class of 2025 at Storrs Main Campus

3,700+

enrolled first-year Huskies

557

Huskies enrolled in the highly selective Honors Program

55:45

female-to-male ratio

36,700+

first-year applicants

45%

first-year Huskies are ethnic and racial minorities

34%

of Huskies are first-generation students

47% of entering first-year Huskies are in the top 10% of their senior classes

Middle 50% of Enrolled Students

Combined SAT
1240-1410
Combined ACT
28-33

Standardized test ranges represent applicants who elected to submit test scores as part of their application materials. UConn is a test-optional institution through Fall 2023.

United by pride, excellence flourishes across our five campuses throughout Connecticut.