UConn's Dr. Pramod Srivastava is advancing cancer vaccine research.

UConn Set to Compete in the Jimmy V Classic and Raise Funds to Fight Cancer

UConn is uniting with other universities and the V Foundation to raise money for impactful cancer research

A crowd view of Gampel with the UConn+ logo laid over it

University to Launch UConn+ Streaming Digital Network

A first-of-its-kind in college athletics to combine live and original content, UConn+ will provide fans 24/7 access to featured content, live events and institutional content in collaboration with LEARFIELD Studios and SIDEARM Sports

Rendering of the new Student-athlete Success Center

UConn Receives Historic Gift to Support New Student-athlete Success Center

Former Student-Athlete Trisha Bailey ’99 (CLAS) Commits Lead Gift for Major Renovation and Expansion Project

Fans at the first UConn women's basketball game at Gampel Pavilion, on Jan. 31, 1990.

Pioneering Athletics Administrator Reflects on Progress – and Goals Still to Be Reached

Pat Meiser, who spent 11 years as a top administrator for UConn Athletics, reflects on how Title IX changed college sports

Graphic reading "UConn Women in Athletics' over a historic photo of UConn Athletic participants

Hallowed Ground

As part of the 50th anniversary of Title IX, a student-athlete from the 1981 NCAA Championship field hockey team and two current women’s basketball players compare and contrast their experiences on “Hallowed Ground.”

A football game at the Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field. (Stephen Slade '89 (SFA) for UConn)

Mickey Grace Embraces Her Role on UConn Football Coaching Staff

Grace’s rise in the football profession is being saluted this weekend, as UConn celebrates the 50th anniversary of Title IX

Portrait shot of Cathy Bocahin

Cathy Bochain Proud to Be Part of UConn Women’s Athletics Heritage

She will be among the former student-athletes returning to campus October 14-16 for a celebration of the 50th anniversary of Title IX and UConn women’s athletics

night shot of UConn's soccer stadium

UConn Names Soccer Field at Morrone Stadium in Honor of Legendary Coach Ray Reid

In honor of former UConn men’s soccer coach Ray Reid’s contributions to the University of Connecticut, the Division of Athletics announced the naming of naming of the “Ray Reid Field” at Joseph J. Morrone Stadium.

Championship lab and NIL logo on the UConn soccer field

Championship Labs x NIL: Athletes Becoming Entrepreneurs

Whether turf or court, track or ice (and everything in between), Championship Labs is here to support UConn students-athletes surrounding Name, Image and Likeness

Artist's rendering of the Toscano Family Ice Hockey Arena, currently under construction.

UConn Will Name New Hockey Arena the Toscano Family Ice Forum

State-of-the-art facility expected to host first events in early 2023