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


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Experiential Learning Opportunities

Upcoming Events

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

Access to safe and affordable housing remains a challenge for millions of Americans. Historical and systemic factors, including redlining and discriminatory lending practices, have disproportionately affected minority communities, contributing to disparities in home ownership and exacerbating the housing affordability crisis. Unsafe or inaccessible rental housing, as well as rising rental costs, create additional barriers to housing security nationwide. While progress has been made due to the passage of the Fair Housing Act and other consumer protection laws, the affordable housing crisis and tenant rights’ violations persist. Moreover, the use of artificial intelligence in housing markets and public housing is raising new concerns. Leading scholars will discuss some of these problems and innovative efforts to address them. Participants will also share their predictions for future housing law and policy needs and make recommendations for how to move forward.

Exhibits featuring painter Catie Lewis and photographer Mallorie Ostrowitz

The exhibiting artists are Jenny Carpenter, the CoyWolf Collective, Dan Devine, Walter Early, Johanna Jackson, Cara Lynch, R. Douglass Rice, Sebastian Shames, Margaret Roleke and Martha Willette Lewis.
Plan your visit to explore these exciting sculptures and their relationship to the coastal landscape.