Exterior night views of traffic at the UConn Stamford campus.

Welcome to UConn Stamford

At UConn Stamford, you’ll get all the benefits of a prestigious public research university in a small college setting. UConn Stamford was founded in 1951 and moved downtown in 1998, putting our students at the center of a robust business community and thriving city. Learning opportunities both in and out of the classroom dare you to achieve more than you ever imagined.

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Upcoming Events

There is always something to do, see, and learn on campus. Check out all of our events.

02/09/2023

Hit the slopes with us in February! Rentals and lessons available too. Tickets close Feb 17th. https://secure.touchnet.com/C21646_ustores/web/store_main.jsp?STOREID=50

02/09/2023

Stop by in between classes to relax, hang out, and make friends. We have a collection of video games, board games, and pool tables. Just bring your ID to check in and out of the space.

02/09/2023

Are you interested in entrepreneurship and innovation policy? The Connecticut Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation co-organizes the Entrepreneurship & Innovation Virtual Research Seminar Series! Join the mailing list for seminar announcements here: https://mailchi.mp/3d0399d764f5/eip-virtual-research-seminar Governments around the world enact policies that affect technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship. An increasing number of scholars are investigating these topics, which has implications on policy design and program implementation. Yet, scholars lack a forum for presenting their work. This virtual seminar series will fill this gap—bringing together the insights from academia and policy application—thereby increasing our understanding of policy issues and build a forum for expressing these ideas and a supportive community to nourish them. The next seminar will be on February 9: from 11:00 am to 12:15 pm ET. Florenta Teodoridis (Tilburg U.) - will present "Consequences of an R&D division of labor on complementary innovation: Evidence from quantum computing" (with A Goldfarb and J Lu). Please register for the event here: https://us06web.zoom.us/w/88991133078?tk=8d7SWOA9dOJFeVLTU3mbmMICnyYiR04nL_HPbgEJOkI.DQMAAAAUuEjtlhZyNExfeS1Ha1RQYTdCOE9kRmZLNDVBAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&pwd=a2gvbVE3cjYxQS9QUFZrZzZPVFdiZz09 This program is coordinated by the Connecticut Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation (CCEI) at UConn. CCEI was founded in 2007, and is a focal point for entrepreneurial activity within the University. CCEI supports student, faculty, staff, and alumni entrepreneurs across all academic departments, schools, and colleges. Find more info here: http://ccei.uconn.edu

02/09/2023

Breathing & Stretching Join us to practice breathing & stretches for stress management & to bring a calmness to our day. All students are welcome, & no experience is required to participate. https://uconnvtc.webex.com/join/apsc