Month: October 2015

Why I Give to CSEC

We at the Storrs campus have a lot of new features to help us take part in this year’s Connecticut State Employees Giving Campaign. Most importantly, there is the ability to give online at https://www.givingmatters365.org/_ctemployeegiving/ Additionally, we’ve asked some employees who’ve routinely given to this campaign to tell us why they give and how they decide […]

Long Term Care Insurance for State of CT Employees

As a State of Connecticut employee you are eligible for Long Term Care Insurance SUPPLEMENTAL BENEFIT OFFERING: Connecticut Partnership Long-Term Care Insurance [LTCi] from Transamerica Life Insurance Company.  This benefit is available to active employees working 17.5 hours or more per week, Retirees, Spouses*, parents, parents-in-law, grandparents and adult children age 18 or older.  All […]

Legacy Nominations Extended to Monday 10/26 at Noon!

The Legacy Nomination Window Has Been Extended to this Monday, October 26th at noon. We hope the extra time will allow you to consider nominating that special one (or two) student that rises to the top.  The formal call for nominations, including information on how to submit a nomination is included below:   DEADLINE EXTENDED […]

Midterms Not Going As Planned for Your Student?

Do you know students who aren’t making the grades? Recommend the Beyond Access Programs housed in the Center for Students with Disabilities (programs are open to ALL UConn students – diagnosed/documented disability NOT required).       WORK SMARTER. NOT HARDER.      BEYOND ACCESS PROGRAMS    Build your own program to meet your personal and/or academic goals Meet 1:1 weekly with […]

UConn Student named to AAUW National Student Advisory Council

The 2015-2016 National Student Advisory Council leaders were announced this week, and include Women’s Center student staff member Nehan (Maha) Saleem. Every year, ten outstanding collegiate leaders are elected from all over the country to serve on this board. In their dedication to social change and women’s equality, they not only organize advocacy projects on campus, […]