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UConn expands beyond just the Storrs campus. With four regional campuses around the state, access to UConn is readily available throughout Connecticut. Small classes, access to talented faculty, and exclusive internships and majors allow you unique opportunities while still providing the benefit of a UConn education. Many of our graduate and professional programs also broaden UConn’s reach.
Our undergraduates and graduate students attend classes, perform cutting-edge research, and get involved in student-led clubs and organizations at our main campus in Storrs.
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A short drive away, UConn’s Depot campus houses the Center for Clean Energy Engineering, Human Resources, the Community School of the Arts, and Chaplin Cottage.
UConn’s Avery Point campus in Groton is a center of excellence for marine and maritime studies. Overlooking Long Island Sound, the Avery Point campus is home to the Connecticut Sea Grant College Program, Project Oceanology, the National Undersea Research Center, and the Long Island Sound Resource Center.
In addition to offering a range of introductory and advanced courses, we provide four-year degrees in American studies, English, general studies, marine sciences, maritime studies.
For graduates, UConn Avery Point offers a master’s degree and a doctorate of oceanography, a master of engineering degree, the Certificate Entry into Nursing (CEIN/BS) Program, and a master’s degree in education and Connecticut Teacher Certification through the Teacher Certification Program for College Graduates.
At UConn Stamford, you’ll get all the benefits of a prestigious public research university in a small college setting. Putting students at the center of a robust business community and energizing city, we dare you to achieve more than you ever imagined.
Easily visit New York City, which is just a quick train ride away — you can take the free campus shuttle to and from the train station. Our proximity to New York City offers tremendous access to 750+ internships, field placements, and employment with Fortune 500 companies, investment and banking institutions, and community-based organizations; as well as all of the cultural and entertainment opportunities that the city that never sleeps has to offer.
We offer four-year degrees in American studies, business administration, business data analytics, digital media and design, economics, English, general studies, human development and family studies, psychology, and urban and community studies.
At the graduate level, the Stamford campus offers the master of business administration and master of science in financial risk management degrees and the Certificate Entry into Nursing (CEIN/BS) and UConn Administrator Preparation programs.
Over 60 years, UConn’s Waterbury campus has opened doors to educational access and excellence to thousands of Connecticut residents, many of whom have distinguished themselves in community service, business, education, law, and politics.
UConn Waterbury offers undergraduate degrees in American studies, business administration, business data analytics, English, general studies, human development and family studies, psychology, and urban and community studies in partnership with UConn’s Hartford and Torrington campuses.
At the graduate level, we offer master of business administration and master of engineering degrees, the Certificate Entry into Nursing (CEIN/bs) Program, and a master’s degree in education and Connecticut Teacher Certification through the Teacher Certification Program for College Graduates.
The UConn Health campus in Farmington is home to the UConn John Dempsey Hospital, University Dentists, a state-of-the-art outpatient facility, the UConn School of Medicine and School of Dental Medicine, and a thriving research enterprise.
The conception of the Farmington Campus began in 1961, when the Connecticut General Assembly approved legislation authorizing $2 million to plan and develop a medical-dental school in Hartford County. A year later, a selection committee, after examining 40 different sites, settled on 106 acres of orchard and farmland in Farmington, seven miles west of Hartford.
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