Campuses & Other Locations

Space & Facilities

  • Campuses & Other Locations

  • The University of Connecticut system includes a main campus in Storrs and five regional campuses throughout the state, Schools of Law and Social Work in Greater Hartford, a Graduate Business Learning Center in downtown Hartford, and Schools of Medicine and Dental Medicine at the UConn Health Center in Farmington.
  • Links for maps and directions to the Regional Campuses and other locations are also on this site.
  • LINK: Maps & Directions
  • Main Campus – Storrs

  • The main campus of the University of Connecticut is located in the Town of Mansfield, in a postal zone of the town that has been known as Storrs since the late 1880s.
  • When it began in 1881 as the Storrs Agricultural School, the campus was 170 acres of farmland. Today, it covers more than 3,100 acres that, in addition to its agricultural and open space, has more than 370 buildings, 23 miles of roadways, and 50 acres of parking.
  • Regional Campuses

  • The University has five regional campuses located throughout the state. The earliest regional campuses, Hartford and Waterbury, began as extension centers in the late 1930s, offering college courses to commuting students. In the years following World War II, these two locations expanded into regional campuses. The campuses in Stamford, Torrington, and New London were established in the 1950s and 1960s.
  • Avery Point Campus
  • The Avery Point Campus, started in 1968, is located on Long Island Sound at the mouth of the Thames River in Groton. It offers a variety of academic programs, as well as four-year degree programs in American Studies, Maritime Studies, and Coastal Studies. It also offers the only Marine Sciences graduate program in the State of Connecticut.
  • LINK: Avery Point Campus
  • Greater Hartford Campus
  • The Greater Hartford Campus began as the Hartford Extension Center, offering classes in the Hartford Public High School building. It has been located at its West Hartford location on Troutbrook Drive since 1962. The Greater Hartford Campus offers a wide range of Liberal Arts and Sciences courses and degrees to over 1430 undergraduate and more than 600 graduate students.
  • LINK: Greater Hartford Campus
  • Stamford Campus
  • The Stamford Campus was founded in 1951 is located at One University Place in downtown Stamford. The campus offers four-year undergraduate degrees in ten majors: American Studies, Business and Technology, Economics, English, General Studies, Human Development and Family Studies, History, Political Science, and Psychology.
  • LINK: Stamford Campus
  • Waterbury Campus
  • Students at the Waterbury campus may pursue two years of undergraduate study prior to transition to the main campus at Storrs, or, in partnership with the Greater Hartford and Torrington campuses, they can complete a four-year degree program in American Studies, Business and  Technology, English, General Studies, Human Development and Family Studies, Psychology, or Urban and Community Studies.
  • LINK: Waterbury Campus
  • Professional Campuses

  • School of Law
  • The University of Connecticut School of Law is one of the leading public law schools in the country. Its campus, listed on the National Register of Historic Sites, is located on Elizabeth Street in Hartford. Founded in 1921 and part of the University of Connecticut since 1946, the Law School is accredited by the American Bar Association and is a member of the Association of American Law Schools.
  • LINK: School of Law
  • School of Social Work
  • The School of Social Work offers students the opportunity to pursue a methods-based specialization in social work practice. Students choose an area of concentration in Casework; Group Work; Community Organization; Administration; or Policy Practice. It is located at the 58-acre Greater Hartford Campus on Troutbrook Drive in West Hartford.
  • LINK: School of Social Work
  • Graduate Business Learning Center
  • The Graduate Business Learning Center (GBLC) is home to the UConn School of Business part-time and Executive MBA Hartford program offices, classrooms and conference facilities, as well as the SS&C Technologies Financial Accelerator. It is located at 100 Constitution Plaza in downtown Hartford.
  • LINK: Graduate Business Learning Center
  • Other Locations

  • Cooperative Extension Centers
  • With its headquarters on the main campus in Storrs, the Cooperative Extension System (CES) has offices in each of Connecticut’s eight counties. The CES provide practical learning resources to address complex problems of families, communities, agriculture, business and industry. CES is part of a nationwide educational network through the University of Connecticut College of Agriculture and Natural Resources with teams of professionals and trained volunteers.
  • LINK: Cooperative Extension System