Stephanie Reitz

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Vern Granger, director of undergraduate admissions, speaks during the Convocation ceremony on the Student Union Mall on Aug. 23, 2019.

UConn Admissions Director Vern Granger Tapped to Lead National Professional Association

In each of the undergraduate admissions cycles during which Granger has been director, the University has attracted record numbers of students of color as part of the incoming classes

The exterior of the Dodd Center building.

President Joe Biden to Visit UConn for Dedication of Dodd Center for Human Rights

'We are deeply honored that President Biden is joining us as we dedicate ourselves to extending the Dodd family legacy'

The value of UConn’s research in driving economic development and transforming lives was highlighted Friday in an event led by the National Science Foundation, which supports many of the University’s most critical projects through significant grant funding.

UConn, a ‘Powerhouse in Research,’ Participates in NSF Roundtable

'Science goes into communities. It helps us as a society, and this is the message we have to all bring to the street and to the public'

The University seal

UConn Releases Annual Safety Reports

The reports detail UConn's response to issues it monitors to ensure the safety of its campus communities

Mansfield Apartments, Building 9 on Jan. 14, 2019.

UConn Reviews Redeveloping Mansfield Apartments to Provide More Modern Housing

The 1940s-era buildings no longer meet the needs of UConn's student population

The main administration building at Storrs Agricultural School, which later became known as 'Old Main.' Located roughly where Wilbur Cross stands today, Old Main was razed in 1927.

Marking 140 Years of Classes at Storrs

We've come a long way since 1881

The UConn sign on Route 195 in Storrs.

UConn Research Enterprise Funding Surges to Record Levels

For the first time in University history, faculty researchers have won more than $300 million in sponsored program awards

After more than two years, UConn will host an in-person career fair, like this one from 2017. But virtual options and other pandemic-related changes will remain.

UConn’s Popular In-Person Career Fairs Returning After Pandemic-Induced Hiatus

'There’s an excitement in the air when you’re at an in-person career fair'

drone shot of campus

UConn Marks 10th Straight Year Among Nation’s Top 25 Public Universities

UConn remains among the nation’s top 25 public universities for the tenth consecutive year.

A view from above of the Wilbur Cross building on the Storrs campus.

UConn Prepares to Welcome Outstanding Class of 2025

The most diverse class in UConn history is also one of the most academically accomplished