Events

Events

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at the University of Connecticut will host its first Juneteenth event at UConn’s Waterbury campus on Friday, June 21, starting at 9:30 a.m. The program features the Mattatuck Museum documentary, “Common Threads: The Power of the African American Experience in Waterbury”, and a presentation from incoming Connecticut Community Foundation President and CEO, Kathy Taylor. The event will also provide lunch catered by Southern Treats, and music from the celebrated Ross and Bost Duo. The entire event is free and open to everyone.

The event is free, but space is limited. Registration deadline is June 1.For more information about OLLI at UConn, and to register for the event, visit https://olli.uconn.edu or email osher@uconn.edu

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.