Exterior views of the UConn Hartford Times Building.

Welcome to UConn Hartford

UConn Hartford interweaves top-tier academic programs with unique educational and service opportunities offered by Connecticut’s capital city. Our campus is integrated with the Hartford Public Library, and the surrounding neighborhood includes the Wadsworth Atheneum, Connecticut Science Center, Connecticut Convention Center, Connecticut's Old State House, and Hartford City Hall. Home to a number of unique undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs, UConn Hartford leverages its metropolitan setting to provide a remarkable learning environment for a diverse student population.


Total Students


Diverse & Inclusive

54% of students are ethnic and racial minorities


Campus Setting


Experiential Learning Opportunities

Upcoming Events

There is always something to do, see, and learn on campus. Check out all of our events.


A cover letter is often a required document for a job, internship, or co-op application. Do you know how to use it to showcase why you are a great fit for the position? This webinar will review what a cover letter is, how to write each section within it, and how to tailor your cover letter for a specific position. If you require an accommodation to participate in this webinar, please contact the Center for Career Development at career@uconn.edu. Career Competencies this presentation may enhance: Career & Self-Development, Communication, Professionalism Register here: https://my.demio.com/ref/suG5C8011Gu5rzLy


Within the U.S. expectations for CVs and résumés can differ, which means if you have an academic CV you might also want to have a résumé to apply for jobs in industry and organizations. Join this recorded webinar to gain tips for adapting content from your CV to a résumé, and learn about format options to best feature your skills, knowledge, and experience. Register here: https://my.demio.com/ref/S4NsZRT4vkDtzU7K


Join this recorded webinar to gain tips and strategies for putting together your application materials for faculty positions. The primary focus of the session includes key recommendations for developing your content for research, teaching, and diversity statements. Register here: https://my.demio.com/ref/JeLRHgeSSrMTB3DI


Diversity Statements are a common document requested as part of an academic job application. Job applicants may also need to integrate content about diversity, equity, and inclusion in a cover letter and/or teaching statement. Join this introductory recorded webinar to understand expectations for the diversity statement document, content considerations as you begin to think about what you want to convey about diversity, equity, and inclusion, and resources to support your writing. Register here: https://my.demio.com/ref/DO6iWH9n4mcSpTXF