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Student Affairs Office

Students with lap top study in the library at the Waterbury Campus. The Student Affairs Office directs many of the non-academic offices of the campus that assist students as they pursue their academic endeavor.

Office Location:

Student Services Suite, 2nd Floor

Summer Office Hours:

Monday- Friday 8:30 am- 4:00 pm

Contact:

Dr. Stuart Brown, Director of Student Services
P: 203-236-9847
E: stuart.brown@uconn.edu

 

Kelly Bartlett, Associate Director of Student Services
P: 203-236-9871
E: kelly.bartlett@uconn.edu

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 Services and Departments

Important Dates

Academic Advising

Career Development

Counseling

Community Standards

Disability Services

Financial Aid

New Husky (Orientation)

Registrar

Student Activities

Veterans Benefits

Summer Registration Begins February 23
Spring Recess March 16 – 20
Fall Registration Begins March 23
Last Day to Drop a Class March 30
Last Day of Spring Semester May 1
Final Exam Week May 4 – 8

 

Contact Student Affairs for Help With:

The function of advising is recognized as an integral part of the University’s educational mission. Advisors provide support as you make decisions regarding academic success, higher education, and lifelong learning. While we’re not here to make these decisions for you, we model the process of making these decisions in the future.
Visit the Academic Advising site for more information.
Students that have completed the programmatic requirements for their selected major may campus change to the Storrs Campus for the following semester. Students would need to attend the campus change meeting held in October (for the Spring semester at Storrs) or February (for the Fall semester at Storrs). Students seeking to campus change between regional campuses can do so without any requirements. For information, contact Dr. Stuart Brown, Director of Student Services at the Waterbury Campus at Stuart.Brown@uconn.edu or 203-236-9847.
Visit our office if you are interested in discussing a change of major. Many majors have specific admission criteria and deadlines. Other majors can be changed through a declaration request process. For further information, contact Kelly Bartlett, Associate Director of Student Services at the Waterbury Campus at Kelly.Bartlett@uconn.edu or 203-236-9871.
A student who fails to meet the minimum scholastic standards for two consecutively registered semesters (Fall and Spring or Spring and Fall) is subject to dismissal. However, no student with at least a 2.3 semester grade point average after completing all courses for which he or she is registered at the end of a semester shall be subject to dismissal; the student will be continued on scholastic probation if such status is warranted.
Students seeking to register for extra credits beyond the maximum allowed by the University must seek authorization from Dr. Stuart Brown, Director of Student Services at the Waterbury Campus at Stuart.Brown@uconn.edu or 203-236-9847.
If you require an extension of time for a previously approved incomplete, you must contact Dr. Stuart Brown, Director of Student Services at the Waterbury Campus at Stuart.Brown@uconn.edu or 203-236-9847 to discuss your request.
When students are forced to miss a final examination due to illness, accident, death in the family or other unavoidable reasons they can come to the Waterbury Campus of Student Services to request approval to arrange another exam time with their instructor. Students should present appropriate documentation to support their request.

Students seeking to drop a course after the 9th week of classes can make a request through a Late Drop Petition (which can be picked up from the Registrar). Please note that the Late Drop Petition Committee only grants permission to drop a course after the ninth week for extenuating circumstances beyond the student’s control. Exceptions are not made for the student’s poor academic performance.

If you are in good academic standing and want to take a semester or more off with a specific return date to your same academic program, you may request a LEAVE OF ABSENCE. You would need to contact Dr. Stuart Brown, Director of Student Services at the Waterbury Campus at Stuart.Brown@uconn.edu or 203-236-9847.

Whenever there is a gap in a student’s attendance, regardless of the reason, the student must complete an application for readmission through the Dean of Students Office. Readmission is not guaranteed. Criteria used in determining readmission include, but are not limited to, academic progress, university discipline history, and criminal history.

More information, including deadlines, is available on the Readmission website

For specific questions, contact Kelly Bartlett, Associate Director of Student Services at the Waterbury Campus at Kelly.Bartlett@uconn.edu or 203-236-9871.

The Waterbury Campus offers a number of scholarships for entering Freshman and for continuing students. Applications are available online in December/January and are due in February. The scholarship money is allocated for the following academic year.

Visit the following website to alert the Care Team to a student who may be having difficulty. This form can be used for one incident or for concerns regarding a pattern of behavior. Questions? Contact Dr. Stuart Brown or Kelly Bartlett.

Student Care Team Referral

If you are currently attending classes at the University of Connecticut and will not complete the current semester in progress, you are WITHDRAWING from the University. If you will complete the current semester but will not return for the next semester, you are CANCELLING. In either instance, you would need to contact Dr. Stuart Brown, Director of Student Services at the Waterbury Campus at Stuart.Brown@uconn.edu or 203-236-9847.