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  • UnfilteredExhibitionAboutWater

    Unfiltered: An Exhibition About Water
    Aug. 31-Dec. 17, 2017

    Unfiltered explores water as a universal concern and which touches specifically on the themes of: the power of water and the changing landscape; water pollution and biology; water scarcity; climate change; the physical properties of water; and the Connecticut River.

  • Students at the Student Union Marketplace

    Storrs Open House for Prospective Students
    Oct. 1, 2017, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. (Registrations opens at 8:00 a.m.)

    We invite you to visit campus and explore all that UConn has to offer. Open House is a day filled with exciting programs consisting of a variety of academic offerings, program presentations, and tours.

  • TheImportanceofBeingEarnest

    The Importance of Being Earnest
    Oct. 5-15, 2017 Harriet S. Jorgensen Theatre

    There is no wit quite like Wilde. In The Importance of Being Earnest, Oscar Wilde blends the absurdities of farce with the sharp critique of social satire, creating one of the most highly regarded comedies of all time.

  • The Lodewick Visitors Center in snow.

    Visiting Storrs
    Year-round

    Book a campus tour and make the Lodewick Visitors Center your first stop.

  • Strategic Initiatives

  • Student in lab

    Next Generation Connecticut

    Expanding educational opportunities, research and innovation in the science, technology, engineering, and math disciplines at UConn.

  • Student studying

    Online Programs

    Extending the high academic standards and rich intellectual resources of UConn’s schools and colleges.

  • Clean energy generator

    Economic Development

    Building on past strengths within the University and opening doors to new ones—product design and improvement, additive manufacturing, biosciences, cyber security and more.

  • Students in clinical lab

    Bioscience Connecticut

    Reinventing the Connecticut economy by harnessing the impressive research resources across our state.