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NORTHEAST


At A Glance


• Type of School: Four-year public university


• Number of Students (Storrs main campus): 19,133 undergraduates


• Number of Faculty: 1,591 • Student-Faculty Ratio: 16:1 • Average Class Size: 30 students


• Colleges, Programs, and Degrees: Eight undergraduate degrees, 116 majors, 17 graduate degrees, 88 research and professional practice fields of study, and six professional degree programs (DMD, JD, LLM, MD, PharmD, and SJD)


• Geographic Diversity: 75% in state, 25% out of state (main campus)


• Financial Aid: UConn offers a strong financial aid program, assisting approximately 50% of undergraduates with grants or scholarships and over 75% of all students with financial aid from institutional, state, federal, and/or private sources.


• Transfer Application Filing Dates: Fall semester filing deadlines for transfer applicants vary based on program. Visit admissions.uconn.edu for a complete listing of deadlines and admission criteria.


• Application Fee: $80


W


elcome to UConn Nation


Founded in 1881, the


University of Connecticut is ranked among the top 25 public research universities in the United States. With 10 schools and colleges offer- ing undergraduate degrees, UConn is a top research university that pro- vides students unparalleled access to hands-on learning opportunities. Students learn and work alongside the top faculty in the field, profes- sors who are dedicated to bettering the world through their research and inspiring students through advising and mentorship.


At UConn, students are encour- aged to pursue their passions and learn what they love. Your commu- nity of peers will inspire you, chal- lenge you, and make your best better every day.


An inspiring environment Located in the heart of the North- east, UConn’s proximity to New York City and Boston makes for an energizing environment. The safe main campus in Storrs has ev- erything students need or want, and cafés, shops, and restaurants are just steps away in downtown Storrs. With one of the highest percent- ages of students living on campus of any public university in the na- tion, your friends will always be around—days, nights, and week- ends. Residence halls, suites, and apartments each have their own ammenities, from volleyball courts to makerspaces.


Find your fit


Over 700 clubs and organizations allow students to pursue interests outside the classroom—and the four art galleries and five theaters on cam- pus ensure there are plenty of op- tions to choose from on a night off from your studies.


Explore your passions further by joining one of over 30 Learning Com- munities, 20 of which are residential. Investigate an area of interest based on your major or interdisciplinary theme through guided courses and cocurricular activities. UConn’s five cultural centers serve as resources for the richly diverse and inclusive campus community comprised of students from more than 90 different countries. If explora- tion is what interests you, Education Abroad offers 135 unique programs, including study, internship, research, and service learning opportunities in 35 countries.


TOP 25


AMONG THE NATION’S PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES, ACCORDING TO U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT


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