Academic Resources & Student Services

Academic Resources & Student Services

Academic Achievement Center

The Academic Achievement Center is dedicated to supporting students in reaching their academic goals. The AAC offers comprehensive assistance and strategic academic counseling through four signature programs: academic coaching, workshops and presentations, the UConn Connects peer mentoring program, and supplemental instruction.

Academic Advising

The UConn Hartford Advising Team supports undergraduate students studying in a variety of degree programs. The integration of the social, academic, and career development of the student is the central focus and drive behind our office. We aim to provide an environment that empowers students to reach their academic, personal, and professional goals.

Biology Center

The UConn Hartford Biology Tutoring Center (the “B” Center) provides free peer tutoring for life science courses listed under BIOL, EEB, MCB, and PNB.


The Bursar’s Office at UConn Hartford helps students with financial transactions related to their University fee bill and financial aid questions.

UConn Hartford students studying in the atrium lobby.

Center for Career Development

The Center for Career Development team is dedicated to supporting students at every stage of the career development and decision-making process. This includes exploring career interests, identifying opportunities, and implementing an action plan.

Center for Students with Disabilities

Students requiring classroom accommodations should meet with the Director of Student Services to discuss options. The Center for Students with Disabilities website provides information about available accommodations and the process to register for accommodations.

Experiential Global Learning

Education Abroad opportunities at the University of Connecticut are Experiential Global Learning programs, which are integral components of life-transformative undergraduate and graduate curricula. Designed by faculty, practitioners, and community leaders, these programs provide students with collaborative opportunities to learn and practice knowledge and critical understanding, skills, values, and attitudes on intercultural competencies in a global context, whether they are delivered virtually, locally or internationally.

Final Exams

The Office of the Registrar oversees exam scheduling and related details. If you need a final exam rescheduled due to bunching or extenuating circumstances, please contact Student Services immediately.

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Honors Program

The Honors Program offers undergraduate students an opportunity to enrich their UConn experience through exploration, creativity, and leadership in academics and beyond the classroom.


Access the UConn Library to access a wide range of collection materials for research and instruction.

Quantitative Learning Center

The UConn Quantitative Learning Center (Q Center) is a resource to elevate the proficiency of students taking quantitative intensive (Q) courses across the undergraduate curriculum. We provide direct assistance to students via peer tutoring, review sessions, and the creation of innovative learning tools.


To return to the University, after a gap in a student’s enrollment, the student must complete an application for readmission.


UConn Hartford proudly offers a range of scholarships for its students.

Student Services

Student Services is responsible for a broad range of academic and non-academic student services at UConn Hartford.

Undergraduate Research

The Office of Undergraduate Research is a resource for students in all majors seeking to enrich their undergraduate experiences through participation in research, scholarship, and creative activity. You can also learn about some of the research happening here at UConn Hartford.

Writing Center

Come to the Writing Center with your assignments, ideas, questions, and drafts. Our undergraduate and graduate tutors are ready to work with you at any stage in the writing process.