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NewHusky Orientation Registration

If you have been accepted to the University of Connecticut and will be attending the Waterbury campus for the fall 2017 semester, the New Student Orientation Program is designed for you.  

Sessions begin in mid/late May and end in mid-August.  Space in each session is limited, so it is recommended you sign up early!

Orientation is MANDATORY – If this is your first time as a degree seeking student at UConn Waterbury you are required to attend Orientation in order to register for classes.

Orientation for incoming students at the University of Connecticut’s Waterbury Campus will require you to attend a one day session from 9:00-3:30pm.  These sessions are for students only.

Be sure that you read this page in its entirety carefully.  You should also be sure to complete all items included on the new student checklist.

To access the NewHusky Registration page click here.

Waterbury Spring 2017 Final Exam Schedule

The Spring 2017 Final Exam Schedule is now available to review.  When looking at your classes please check the section number to ensure you have the correct date.

Finals week for Spring 2017 takes place from Monday, May 1st, through Friday, May 5th. Students are required to be available for their exam and/or complete any assessment during the time stated in the final exam schedule.

You can seek to reschedule a final if you have a BUNCHED FINAL or you MISS A FINAL based on the following:


Students with a bunched final exam conflict must visit the Office of Student Affairs, 2nd Floor Student Services suite, by Wed., April 27th, to discuss the possibility of rescheduling a final exam.

Bunched finals are defined as:

  • four exams in two consecutive days or
  • three exams in one calendar day or
  • three exams in consecutive time-blocks spanning parts of two consecutive days

PLEASE NOTE:  Final assessments (as opposed to an in-class final exam) are not recognized as part of the bunched final exam policy.


Permission to take a missed final exam will only be given for EXTENUATING CIRCUMSTANCES Permission will only be given once VALID DOCUMENTATION has been received by Dr. Stuart Brown in the Office of Student Affairs (2nd fl., Student Services Suite).  Depending upon the circumstances, valid documentation may mean a doctor’s note, a police report, etc.

NO PERMISSION will be given without DOCUMENTATION—no matter what the reason.

Students must schedule an appointment with Dr. Stuart Brown in the Office of Student Affairs no later then Wed., April 26th to seek permission to reschedule their final exam.

Academic Tutoring Resources

Click on the appropriate link for days and hours of the following
Math Lab
Tutoring Center (BIOL, CHEM, ECON, PSYC)
Writing Center