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Director's Welcome

Terrence Cheng

Welcome to UConn Stamford

As one of the largest of UConn’s regional campuses, in the most high profile and economically productive county in the state, UConn Stamford provides a top twenty-ranked research university education, delivered in the day-to-day climate of a small urban liberal arts college.

Graduate and undergraduate students study in various disciplines while taking advantage of the City of Stamford’s remarkable landscape of supportive community and business partners. Additionally, with New York City and all it has to offer less than one hour away, UConn Stamford seeks to educate not only in the classroom, but by creating bridges to experiential learning opportunities that will help our students prepare for future careers.

Students can start and finish 13 undergraduate majors on our campus, or begin any of the 110+ majors offered by the University and then later transfer to the main campus. Further, the campus is home to graduate programs in the School of Business, and one certificate in the School of Nursing. Our goal is to put students in a position to succeed, by supporting them with all of the services offered by the University (tutoring, advising, counseling, career services, student activities, IT, and more), delivered in a personalized environment meant to address student needs and concerns quickly and efficiently.

Students may also choose to live in our new residence hall. Located just two blocks south of the campus, each of the 116 apartments is fully furnished with bedroom, living room and kitchen furniture; the kitchen of each apartment has a stove, microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator and a washer and dryer; heat, hot water, air conditioning, internet and cable TV access are all provided in cost; there is a study space on each floor as well as space including a game room and larger recreation room on the second floor; and parking is available for an additional cost.

UConn Stamford’s synergized relationships and opportunities in Fairfield County benefit our students, faculty, and local community with engaging and thoughtful dialogue, content-rich events, and collaborations that lead to innovation, economic impact, and enhanced campus life. By deploying many of the university’s assets in Stamford, we create positive change and support the social, economic, and cultural development of the city and the state, while preparing our students to the utmost.

Terrence Cheng
Campus Director