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Robust Testing Strategy Helps UConn Welcome Back Healthy, Enthusiastic Students

More than 10,000 students are now in Storrs residence halls, along with about 400 Stamford residential students and thousands of commuter students at those campuses and in Hartford, Waterbury, and Avery Point

Radenka Maric, appointed Jan. 26 as interim president of the University of Connecticut, photographed at the Stowe Library at UConn Health on Jan. 14, 2022.

Radenka Maric Named UConn’s Interim President

'UConn strives to be the place where all students will have equal opportunities and be fully prepared for their life journey upon graduation'

As UConn's 141st year dawns, the entire University community is ready for the challenges of the future. (Sean Flynn/UConn Photo)

UConn Entering Spring Semester with Increased Entry Testing, Other Precautions

'Our cautious start has allowed UConn the ability to successfully reopen and welcome our students back'

Incoming Interim UConn President Radenka Maric in her lab with graduate research assistant Alanna Gado, left, and Ph.D. student Jiale Xing (Peter Morenus / UConn Photo).

Getting to Know Incoming UConn Interim President Radenka Maric: ‘For Me, The Students Are Everything’

Maric brings experience in mentoring, private industry, and international scholarship to new role

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UConn Interim President Andrew Agwunobi to Depart for Private Sector

UConn VP for Research Radenka Maric to Serve as Interim President

UConn Waterbury, where the Promise Scholars partnership was announced Jan. 5.

UConn, Waterbury Officials Announce ‘Promise’ Financial Aid Program

Talented students from the Brass City will receive financial aid for attending any UConn campus

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UConn to Transfer Former Bergin Site Back to State

The state intends to demolish the buildings and prepare the property for development

View of South Campus from Rome Commons. Oct. 19, 2021.

UConn Considers New Residence Hall on South Campus

The proposal is part of a broader consideration of the University’s current student housing stock and future needs

UConn now has a chapter of the national honor society recognizing first-generation college students.

UConn Celebrates its First-Gen Students, Launches Chapter of National Honor Society

The first-year class at Storrs includes 26% who are the first in their families to attend college, with even higher numbers at Waterbury (59%), Stamford (50%), Hartford (44%), and Avery Point (42%)

Jon Contaxis '25 (PHARM) left, his father Bill Contaxis '90 (ENG) of Milford, Rebecca Leelman '24 (ENG) and Nikita Karasik of Salem Mass. pick up trash around Mirror Lake on Oct. 17, 2021.

UConn Considers Mirror Lake Improvements to Address Flood-Control Measures, Other Issues

The iconic campus spot hasn't been dredged in decades