Month: January 2019

Support Your Cause at the UConn Bookstores 1/18 – 2/10

The UConn Foundation and UConn Bookstores are proud to partner on this year’s 2019 Bookstore Campaign! From Friday, January 18th to Sunday February 10th all UConn Bookstores will be accepting gifts to benefit seven unique and very worthwhile causes that support students, research, development, opportunity, and health across all UConn campuses. Bookstore customers can make a gift […]

Monday Meditation Class in Arjona

UConn community members (students, faculty, and staff) are invited to attend the free CMHS Meditation & Neurofeedback class, held Mondays during the lunch hour.  Participants can attend as many meditation classes as they like, no registration necessary. Classes are limited to 30 participants, on a first come basis. Spring 2019 Schedule: Classes will run from […]

Plastic Bags at Dining Services

Storrs, CT: The University of Connecticut’s Department of Dining Services will be eliminating the use of plastic bags in its retail and grab & go venues. Effective Monday, January 21, 2019 UConn Dining will discontinue the use of plastic shopping bags in support of the university’s ongoing sustainable efforts.   This initiative, to discontinue the use […]

Check out the New Notable Alumni Page

Did you know that comedian Bobby Moynihan went to UConn? So did the founder of Annie’s Macaroni & Cheese. And baseball All-Star George Springer. Check out UConn’s noteworthy alums on our new Notable Alumni page. For more information, contact: Grace Merritt at (860) 486-0472.  

Residential Life – New Policy and Process Coordinator Hired!

It is with great pleasure that we announce Chrissy Gray as our new Policy and Process Coordinator!  Chrissy brings a great deal of experience working with developing and implementing policy and processes through her work with The Center for Students with Disabilities, Gender Inclusive Living Community and our latest Waiting on Check Out Verification process […]

Accommodations for Students with Disabilities

UConn is committed to providing students with disabilities equal access to educational opportunities. To accomplish this, UConn grants to students with documented disabilities reasonable and appropriate accommodations, which are academic adjustments or modifications made to elements of a student’s postsecondary program. The Center for Students with Disabilities (CSD) is vested by the University with the […]

Free On-line Assessment Course!!

The Student Affairs Assessment Committee is excited to share the following opportunity. If you are interested in learning more about assessment, check out the free online course offered through a partnership between the Student Affairs Assessment Leaders (SAAL) and Colorado State University (CSU). The course is self-paced, with some real-time components. It runs from January […]