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.


SSW Center for Continuing Education and Professional Development virtual webinar for Social Work Professionals. For more information and to reghttps://socialwork.uconn.edu/2021/09/20/superior-supervision/ister, visit:


Regardless of major, there are strategies that go beyond entering a keyword into a search engine you can utilize when searching for an internship or co-op. This webinar covers the main differences between internships and co-ops, student and employer motivations, how to effectively read a posting, and how to use Handshake for maximum results. Discover key steps to becoming a stronger candidate for your next internship or co-op! Register: https://my.demio.com/ref/cpDwXppAjfuAp6cQ


Breathing & Meditation to be Present Join us this week to practice breathing & meditation to be present to bring a calmness to our day. All students are welcome, & no experience necessary to participate. Thursdays at 5:30pm https://uconnvtc.webex.com/join/apsc


Verge Consultants are graduate students that work with CCEI and Connecticut's SBDC to support startups and small businesses as they are overcoming the various hurdles of starting and growing their companies. Verge Consultants work together as a team to consult between 8-12 companies per summer in a variety of different industries, life cycles, challenges they face, and types of projects. Through a partnership with Connecticut Small Business Development Center, Verge Consultants get the opportunity to work directly with SBDC's business advisors to learn firsthand about consulting and supporting businesses. Consultants receive a stipend of $7,500 for 10 weeks of consulting between the end of May and the beginning of August. Verge Consultants will: Gain exposure and deliver solutions in multiple industries. Experience working with companies across various business life cycles. Work on Challenging projects that differ amongst each client. Collaborate with a team of consultants that has diverse business backgrounds and a wide range of startup and consulting experience. Build a resume of consulting experiences from 8-12 different client companies. If you are interested in applying to become a Verge Consultant, please visit: https://ccei.uconn.edu/programs/verge-consulting-group/