Academic Resources & Student Services
Academic Resources & Student Services
Our talented advising team is here and ready to help students plan the best academic path to accomplish their goals. Advisors will hold a combination of in-person and virtual appointments for the semester.
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The Bursar's Office at UConn Stamford helps students with financial transactions related to their University fee bill and financial aid questions.
Center for Students with Disabilities
The Center for Students with Disabilities engages in an interactive process with each student and reviews requests for accommodations on an individualized, case-by-case basis. Depending on the nature and functional limitations of a student’s documented disability, they may be eligible for reasonable and appropriate accommodations.
Center for Career Development
The Center for Career Development team is dedicated to supporting students at every stage of the career development and decision making process. This includes exploring career interests, identifying opportunities, and implementing an action plan. It is never too early or too late to connect with us.
Experiential Global Learning
Education Abroad opportunities at the University of Connecticut are experiential global learning programs, which are integral components of life-transformative undergraduate and graduate curricula. Designed by faculty, practitioners, and community leaders, these programs provide students with collaborative opportunities to learn and practice knowledge and critical understanding, skills, values, and attitudes on intercultural competencies in a global context, whether they are delivered virtually, locally or internationally.
The Office of the Registrar oversees exam scheduling and related details. If you need a final exam rescheduled due to bunching or extenuating circumstances, please contact Student Services immediately.
The Honors Program offers undergraduate students an opportunity to enrich their UConn experience through exploration, creativity, and leadership in academics and beyond the classroom.
International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS)
International Student & Scholar Services (ISSS) supports the greater internationalization of the University of Connecticut through the development and delivery of services and programs that help international students and exchange visitors accomplish their academic and professional goals at UConn.
Access the UConn Library to access a wide range of collection materials for research and instruction.
The Major Experience
The Major Experience (TME) is a University-wide collaboration designed to help students (inside and outside of UConn) explore college majors in a holistic, interactive, and intentional manner.
The Office of Student Services strives to create an inclusive, supportive and encouraging experience for all students. Student Services fosters development by creating intentional and collaborative opportunities that promote personal and intellectual growth.
Students may visit The Tutoring Center for academic support in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Math, Statistics, and Writing (additional subjects may be offered based on tutor availability). Tutoring is free of charge and students can visit The Tutoring Center on a drop-in basis. The Tutoring Center is located in the rear right corner of the Library.
The Office of Undergraduate Research is a resource for students in all majors seeking to enrich their undergraduate experiences through participation in research, scholarship, and creative activity. You can also learn about some of the research happening here at UConn Stamford.
Center for Academic Programs
The Center for Academic Programs (CAP) advances educational equity by increasing access to higher education and transformative experiences that support retention and graduation for students who are first-generation to college, from low-income households, and from other underserved populations.
Center for Judaic Studies and Contemporary Jewish Life
The Center for Judaic Studies at UConn Stamford offers credit courses within the academic curriculum in the Humanities, as well as non-credit outreach programs for the community at large in all areas of Judaic culture, literature, and history, from antiquity to modern times, Israel, and Middle Eastern literature and politics, and in interfaith studies.
Connecticut Information Technology Institute (CITI)
The Connecticut Information Technology Institute (CITI) offers a wide variety of IT training solutions and soft skills courses to assist adults in achieving their personal, academic, and corporate professional development objectives. Our community of experienced IT professionals and distinguished faculty is committed to providing short and long term training solutions, as well as support the academic mission of the School of Business.