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Welcome to UConn Waterbury

Your best is about to get even better. At UConn Waterbury, you’ll get all the benefits of a prestigious public research university in a small college setting. For more than 70 years, UConn Waterbury has opened the doors to educational access and excellence for thousands of Connecticut residents. Today, the campus is located in a leading-edge facility in the heart of Waterbury’s revitalized downtown.

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1,000+

Undergraduate Students

48%

of Huskies are ethnic and racial minorities

57 Miles

Distance to Storrs

135+

Education Abroad Programs

Upcoming Events

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

All incoming UConn students (both transfer and first-year) are required to attend one of our On-campus New Student Orientation sessions. These sessions give incoming students the opportunity to learn more about our campus resources, to meet other incoming students, to consult with an Academic Advisor, and to create their upcoming semester class schedule. 

All incoming UConn students (both transfer and first-year) are required to attend one of our On-campus New Student Orientation sessions. These sessions give incoming students the opportunity to learn more about our campus resources, to meet other incoming students, to consult with an Academic Advisor, and to create their upcoming semester class schedule. 

All incoming UConn students (both transfer and first-year) are required to attend one of our On-campus New Student Orientation sessions. These sessions give incoming students the opportunity to learn more about our campus resources, to meet other incoming students, to consult with an Academic Advisor, and to create their upcoming semester class schedule. 

All incoming UConn students (both transfer and first-year) are required to attend one of our On-campus New Student Orientation sessions. These sessions give incoming students the opportunity to learn more about our campus resources, to meet other incoming students, to consult with an Academic Advisor, and to create their upcoming semester class schedule.