Visit a UConn Campus
UConn Nation is not just a physical place.
It's a feeling.
A sense of belonging.
And no matter where 'here' may be, we're a pack united by pride and a rallying spirit that can be felt across our five campuses throughout the state. A pack who embraces our differences, is inspired by excellence, and joins together to ask the big questions.
What will your big question be? We're ready to answer it.
Storrs (Main Campus)
UConn's new two-part, hybrid visit experience lets students connect with our campus community online and in-person.
1. VIRTUAL INFORMATION SESSIONS
Tune in live to hear from our UConn student tour guides as they share what makes us Huskies.
Information Session Webinar
Join our tour guides as they review application information, academics, research, service, and residential life opportunities on the Storrs campus. (45m)
Available in English and Spanish.
2. In-Person Campus Tour
After attending a virtual information session, participants receive an exclusive invite to register for a tour of our main campus. Tours include a sample residential room available for viewing in the UConn Bookstore.
Being a Husky means being a part of UConn Nation. No matter which campus you call home, each offers a variety of virtual experiences and in-person tour opportunities. After attending any of the below virtual sessions, students will receive an invitation to register for a tour at that regional campus.
Information Session Webinar (45m)
This virtual glimpse into life on a regional campus will provide you with an overview of UConn's academic and co-curricular offerings. Sessions are held at various times on select weekdays.
Special Sessions (45m)
Join us throughout the fall for special sessions that allow you to take a deeper dive into some of the key topics and programs you're most interested in.
Application Tips and Tricks (30m)
What does it take to become a Husky? Students interested in UConn Stamford are invited to attend this virtual presentation to learn more about our admission requirements, dates and deadlines, application tips and tricks.
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.