Stephanie Reitz

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Students hold electric candles during the Convocation ceremony on the Student Union Mall. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

With Record 48,000+ Applications, UConn’s Class of 2027 Promises a Wealth of Talent, Diversity

About 4,100 new students are expected to enroll at Storrs, with about 1,675 first-year students anticipated at the regional campuses in Hartford, Stamford, Waterbury, and Avery Point

The official University of Connecticut seal, in painted gold on an oak panel.

President’s Task Force on Combating Sexual Violence Moving Forward with Multiple Key Initiatives

UConn is also harnessing the institution’s academic strength, having designated the study and prevention of sexual violence on college campuses as a research priority area

Blue bleacher seats at Gampel Pavilion on March 9, 2020.

Gampel Pavilion Court, Iconic but Wearing Out, to be Replaced After Current Hoops Season

The 33-year-old wood floor is reaching the end of its useful life and will be replaced after spring semester with a new maple surface

A student riding his bike at a crosswalk along North Eagleville Road.

UConn Recognized as ‘Bicycle Friendly University,’ First Time it has Received the National Designation

A designation that recognizes its work to support and encourage bicycling as a healthy, environmentally friendly transportation option

Looking down on Wilbur Cross from a drone after a winter snowstorm.

UConn On-Campus Construction Update: January 2023

Several transformational projects are underway or about to start at UConn Storrs in 2023

The official University of Connecticut seal, in painted gold on an oak panel.

UConn Returning Portion of 2022-23 Transit Fees to Students

UConn is returning a portion of students’ U-Pass fees to them for the current fiscal year, reflecting the Board of Trustees’ pledge to explore potential cost reductions

Myles Martel '65 (CLAS) and Gary Gladstein, '66 (CLAS), '08 (HON), close friends and fraternity brothers for six decades, were so moved by the upheaval in Ukraine that they provided seed money for a new fund to help students and scholars from conflict zones.

Moved by Ukraine Turmoil, Alums Establish Aid Fund for UConn Students, Scholars from Conflict Zones

'Two important pillars of our friendship are our love for UConn and our deep commitment to human rights'

The oak leaf seal of the University of Connecticut.

UConn Adjusts Some Student Fee Rates, Including to Increase Mental Health Services

The Board of Trustees voted to adopt the plan after two online town hall discussions

Radenka Maric, interim president, gives U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm at tour of her lab during a visit to the Center for Clean Energy Engineering

UConn Aims to Achieve Carbon Neutrality by 2030 and Become International Model of Sustainability

'There are unique things that we can do at this campus that no other campus is doing. We have the vision, interdisciplinary science, and technologies ready and have to start implementation'

Provost Anne D'Alleva speaking at UConn's 2021 Commencement

Anne D’Alleva Selected as UConn’s New Provost

Anne D’Alleva, who has distinguished herself as a creative and collaborative leader as UConn’s interim provost since spring, has been named permanently to the position