About UConn Stamford
The Stamford Campus of the University of Connecticut
was founded in 1951, to provide education for GIs
returning from the Korean War. It is currently
located at One University Place, at the corner
of Washington Boulevard and Broad Street in downtown
Stamford and is easily accessible by car, train,
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.
the graduate level, the campus offers the Master
of Business Administration (MBA), and the Executive
Master of Business Administration (EMBA) degrees.
The Stamford campus' location in lower Fairfield
County provides access to internships, field placements
and jobs with Fortune 500 companies, investment
and banking institutions, non-profit organizations,
and civic, education and community agencies.