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.


This session will cover the types of conferences and meetings, the benefits of attending, how to prepare, what to expect during the conference, networking opportunities, and steps to take when you return home from the event. Register: https://my.demio.com/ref/pnlWuSAe8TrEVfFK


Wondering how you can improve your résumé? Or perhaps you’re a bit stuck on how to get started? Have no fear, the Center for Career Development is here! This webinar will cover basic résumé formatting guidelines, résumé sections, and how to write bullet point statements. Register: https://my.demio.com/ref/7O9859I1pmz1yBw1


Get Seeded was developed to give students the opportunity to help move their business ideas forward by providing them with seed funding, mentorship, and next step resources. Here’s how it works: 1. Interested students can apply to pitch an idea at one of our “Shark Tank style” pitch nights 2. Selected participants will then pitch their idea for 5 minutes at one of our virtual pitch nights to members of the audience 3. At the end of the night, the audience votes for their favorite ideas 4. The top 3 teams of the night will win $1,000, $750 and $500 respectively, in non-dilutive seed funding towards their new business venture or idea! 5. In April, the top five teams from our pitch nights are invited to pitch at Demo Day, where teams can win up to $5,000 in seed funding! 2022-2023 Pitch Nights Monday, September 26, 6pm Tuesday, October 25, 6pm Wednesday, November 30, 6pm Tuesday, January 31, 6pm Monday, February 20, 6pm Demo Day: April 18, 5pm Apply to pitch at Get Seeded HERE: https://ccei.uconn.edu/getseeded/ Teams are selected up to one week prior to the pitch night. RSVP to attend an upcoming pitch night HERE: https://ccei.uconn.edu/getseeded/


This webinar features three professionals whose work frequently intersects with older adult clients and family members. Dr. Rupal Parekh, Assistant Professor, and Dr. Kathryn Betts Adams, Gerontology Consultant to the UConn School of Social Work Scholars in Aging, will facilitate an engaging virtual discussion on the presenters' unique experiences working with older adults. Approved for 1.5 CEC's For more information visit: https://socialwork.uconn.edu/the-scholars-in-aging-program/