Regional Campuses

The University of Connecticut expands beyond just the Storrs campus. With four regional campuses around the state, access to UConn is readily available throughout Connecticut. Small classes, access to talented faculty, and exclusive internships and majors provide unique opportunities while benefitting from of a quality education. The Regional Campuses – Avery Point, Hartford, Stamford, and Waterbury – provide Connecticut’s citizens with diversified educational programs: master’s degrees, four-year undergraduate degrees, two-year general education programs for Storrs-bound students, and, for returning adult students, a bachelor of general studies degree and non-credit courses. Each regional campus has a specific mission based on the strengths and needs of its community and region, but all have faculty with active research programs and all take pride in individualized student support services. Faculty, students, and courses meet the same criteria as those at Storrs, and are also linked to Storrs and to each other through the latest technology for distance learning.

Avery Point

Annemarie Seifert, Ph.D., Director

Situated on 72 acres of land and bordered on three sides by water, UConn’s Avery Point location fits well with its marine and maritime mission. This mission includes fulfilling UConn’s responsibilities as a sea grant institution. Avery Point contributes to the understanding – and solution – of problems relating to the intersection of oceans and people, both through the expertise of the faculty and the education of its students who will help ensure sustainable uses of marine resources and coastal regions and cities. Five core areas to fulfilling this role and scope are: liberal arts undergraduate programming, marine and maritime undergraduate programs, graduate and professional programs, research activities, and community outreach activities.


Mark Overmyer-Velázquez, Ph.D., Director

UConn Hartford gives students from all backgrounds the opportunity to begin, continue, or complete their education in a small college environment while still providing access to the resources and faculty of a world-class research university. The programs incorporate experiential learning engaged with and informed by the many cultural, political, social, and economic institutions of the surrounding metropolitan area. With a high priority on community outreach and service, UConn Hartford is home to the School of Social Work, Department of Public Policy, Urban and Community Studies Program, and the Connecticut State Historian. UConn Hartford strives to fully develop the inherent excellence of every student and challenge each to generate positive change in our communities, state, nation, and world.


Jennifer Orlikoff, Ph.D., Director

UConn Stamford is currently located at One University Place, at the corner of Washington Boulevard and Broad Street in downtown Stamford and is easily accessible by car, train, or bus. The campus offers four-year undergraduate degrees in a number of majors: American Studies, Business and Technology, Digital Media Design, Economics, English, General Studies, Human Development and Family Studies, History, Political Science, and Psychology. The Stamford campus’ location in lower Fairfield County provides access to internships, field placements and jobs with Fortune 500 companies, investment and banking institutions, non-profit organizations, and civic, education and community agencies.


Angela Brightly, Interim Director

The Waterbury campus has served the state’s residents for over 75 years. Located between two major hospitals, the campus is recognized as an educational hub for health-related and community-based programs. The campus offers nine undergraduate programs including the newest Allied Health Sciences major. Additional degrees in business as well as liberal arts, focus on literature, cultural studies, urban and social change, the family life span, and more. The campus provides the greater Waterbury area access to a high-quality education with classes taught by leading faculty in their discipline. The campus has a strong and supportive relationship with the community it serves.