Month: April 2017

Dining Services Operational Changes

The University of Connecticut’s Department of Dining Services operates eight residential dining operations, five cafes, ten retail venues, and four Grab & Go locations. In total, we are open for more than 1,000 hours of service each week and we serve approximately 5.7 million meals per year. Dining Services regularly reviews our operating hours and […]

Public Engagement by the Numbers

Sent on behalf of Dr. Carol Polifroni, Director of Public Engagement and Dean of the School of Nursing We are writing today regarding collecting information on community based engagement efforts for this academic year. UConn strives to support relevant, reciprocal, and responsible community based partnerships to support and enhance students’ academic experiences. The University supports community […]

ASL at CRT:Sign-Interpreted Performances of Shrek the Musical

ASL at CRT: Sign-Interpreted Performances of Shrek the Musical The Center for Students with Disabilities and University of Connecticut Interpreting Services (UCIS) has partnered with the Connecticut Repertory Theater (CRT) to provide sign language interpreters for this season’s production of Shrek the Musical.  There will be two sign-interpreted performances: a student matinee on Friday, April […]

4/27 – You Are Invited to a Freshens Reception

Greetings: You are invited to attend an award reception this Thursday, April 27,  at Chuck & Augies Restaurant at 9:00 am. Freshens, the company that created our smoothie concept, will be recognizing UConn Dining Services for our five year relationship with the Freshens Brand.  Freshens is also recognizing UConn Dining Services as the second largest Freshens’ venue in […]

Employee Parking Information for 2017-2018

The following matters might affect your on-campus 2017-2018 parking experiences and potentially your parking permit selections. Construction of the Fine Arts Production Facility is scheduled to begin in July 2017. A construction zone needed to complete that project be established.  As a result, the parking capacity of the Fine Arts Lot (Lot 1) will be […]