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  • Shakespeare’s Henry IV at the Jorgensen Theatre
    Apr. 24-May 5, 2019

    From the antics of the future king, to the rebellious threat of Hotspur and to the Battle of Shrewsbury, CRT’s production combines both Parts 1 & 2 of Shakespeare’s epic coming-of-age story of privilege, politics and power. Tickets available at crt.uconn.edu.

  • CT Repertory Theatre: If We Were Birds
    Mar. 28-Apr. 7, 2019

    If We Were Birds is a story of tragedy, empowerment, and triumph. In the aftermath of the war in Athens, the horrors continue as King Tereus assaults his sister-in-law Philomela in an act of passion.  Philomela and many female victims of the war use their experiences as a platform to speak out. Visit crt.uconn.edu for more information. 

  • Open House for Admitted Students (Storrs, Main Campus)
    Apr. 13, 2019

    The Office of Undergraduate Admissions invites you to join us at our Open House for Admitted Students on Saturday, April 13, 2019 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Check-in opens at 7:45 a.m. in Gampel Pavilion. Registration and program information is now available.
    Visit openhouse.uconn.edu for event details.

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    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.