Welcome to UConn Nation


• Type of School: Four-year public university

• Size of Campus (Storrs and Regionals): 4,109 acres

• Number of Students (Storrs and Regionals): 23,845 undergraduates

• Number of Faculty: 1,545

• Student-Faculty Ratio: 16:1

• Average Class Size: 30 students

• Colleges, Programs, and Degrees: Seven undergraduate degrees, 113 majors, 17 graduate degrees, 90 research and professional practice fields of study, six professional degrees (DMD, JD, LLM, MD, PharmD, SJD)

• Geographic Diversity: 75% in state, 25% out of state (main campus) 

• Financial Aid: UConn offers a strong financial aid program, assisting approximately 50% of undergraduates with grants or scholarships and over 75% of all students with financial aid from institutional, state, federal, and/or private sources.    

• Deadlines and Application Fee: December 1 priority consideration for scholarships and honors (Storrs main campus); January 15 deadline (Storrs main campus); $80 application fee

Top 25 among the nation’s public universities, according to U.S. News & World Report

94% of freshmen return for sophomore year, making UConn’s return rate one of the top 20 in the nation for public research universities.

Founded in 1881, the University of Connecticut is ranked among the top 25 public research universities in the United States. With 10 schools and colleges offering undergraduate degrees, UConn is a prestigious Tier 1 research university that provides students unparalleled access to hands-on learning opportunities.

Students learn and work alongside the top faculty in their fields, professors who are dedicated to bettering the world through their research and inspiring students through advising and mentorship.

At UConn, students are encouraged to pursue their passions and learn what they love—your community of peers will inspire you, challenge you, and make your best better every day. 

An inspiring environment
Located in the heart of the Northeast, UConn’s proximity to New York City and Boston makes for an energizing environment. The safe main campus in Storrs has everything students need or want, and cafés, shops, and restaurants are just steps away in downtown Storrs.

And with one of the highest percentages of students living on campus of any public university in the nation, your friends will always be around—days, nights, and weekends. Residence halls, suites, and apartments each have their own amenities, from volleyball courts to makerspaces.

Find your fit
Over 650 clubs and organizations allow students to pursue their interests outside the classroom—and thefour art galleries and five theaters oncampus ensure there are plenty of options to choose from on a nightoff from your studies. 

Live in one of our residence halls, suites, or apartments and explore your passions further by joining one of 20 Learning Communities, where you live and learn among peers with similar interests.

UConn’s five cultural centers serveas a resource for the richly diverse and inclusive campus community, comprised of students from nearly 90 different countries. And if exploration is what interests you, Education Abroad’s 250 organized adventures in over 60 countries provide experiential learning opportunities like no other.

Make a difference 
Make a difference in the health of individuals and communities, both locally and around the globe. UConn’s Special Programs in Pharmacy, Medicine, and Dental Medicine provide four years of undergraduate preparation that lead seamlessly into your graduate studies at our Schools of Pharmacy, Medicine, or Dental Medicine. Students can choose from our more than 110 majors while taking advantage of hands-on learning opportunities in clinics and health-profession events. If research is what interests you, our Office of Undergraduate Research helps students develop opportunities to engage in independent or collaborative research with faculty across UConn’s academic disciplines. Discover what it takes to respond to the changing health care environment through our programs in Nursing, Nutritional Science, Exercise Science, or Allied Health. Whether you want to provide care to the underserved in inner cities or collaborate with farmers and families to address challenges in the areas of food and health, dig deeper into your passions. It’s all possible here.

Bleed Blue
Spirit. Pride. Tradition. Students pastand present will tell you there’s nothing quite like the UConn community. We’re tied together by the rush of cheering for our championship athletic teams and boundless love forour school. Winning is just one ofUConn’s many traditions: women’s basketball holds the longest winning streak of any college basketball team, while men’s basketball and the field hockey team are both four-time national champions. With 24 Division Iathletics teams to root for, there’s no shortage of Husky pride on campus. 

Students today, Huskies forever
UConn’s Center for Career Development is a resource for job preparation beginning as early as your first year. Take advantage of the annual Internship Fair, designed to help you make connections. Meet with a career consultant one-on-one to learn about your career options, or attend mock interview workshops to sharpen your presentation skills. Withover 650 companies actively recruiting students on campus each year, practice makes perfect and preparation is key.

Everything you learn at UConn isdesigned to help you achieve your goals. You’ll carry your UConn experience with you through friends who become family, Husky pride that becomes part of your identity, and dreams that become your life. Expand your circle and join a network of 255,000 alumni worldwide.

Take it in
Interested in learning more aboutwhat UConn can offer you? For details on the admission process or to schedule a campus tour, visit admissions.uconn.edu