About the University
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Also See: Instruction and its subsections
The Academic Vision forges the next decade of progress at UConn. this comprehensive academic vision is guided by a singular vision to achieve excellence in all aspects of our mission as a University—research, education, service, and engagement. These goals and strategies form the basis for informed decision-making for faculty and staff hiring, infrastructure, operating budget, and space allocation; all in support of our extraordinary disciplinary and interdisciplinary research and educational programs.
The academic calendar is maintained on the Office of the Registrar’s website. From time to time, the academic calendar is subject to review/revision by the University Senate.
Schools & Colleges
The University of Connecticut is comprised of 14 schools and colleges offering seven (7) undergraduate degrees in 102 majors, and 17 graduate degrees in 86 fields of study.
Centers & Institutes
Centers and institutes at the University are established to promote scholarly activity and/or support teaching, research, diversity or the outreach mission of the institution.
The University recognizes that Centers/Institutes require a commitment of resources and has developed guidelines regarding criteria for their establishment and review, with final approval given by the Board of Trustees.
These guidelines and a schedule for the review of Academic Centers/Institutes can be found on the Provost’s Office website.