• Top 25 Ranked National Public University
  • An “R1” university, the Carnegie Foundation’s highest classification for research institutions and a distinction held by only 3% of all U.S. universities
  • Undergraduate and graduate degrees in 115 + majors within 14 schools
  • Recognized as a FirstGen Forward Institution
  • Honors Program with more than 2,000 students spanning all of UConn’s undergraduate schools and colleges
  • Rhodes, Truman, and other internationally recognized scholars
  • Nationally ranked programs, including the School of Business and School of Engineering
  • University-wide commitment to career through Career Everywhere, and its Career Champions
  • Six Cultural Centers providing diverse experiences and cultural exchange to students who identify (or ally) with underrepresented populations
  • Service-learning and community engagement projects in 34 Learning Communities
  • Thousands of students engaged in UConn’s community outreach program, devoted to creating active global citizens
  • More than 817 Student Organizations
  • First Year Experience (FYE) program that incorporates career development in curriculum to more that 80% of UConn’s 1st year students; and growing Senior Year Experience (SYE) program

UConn Enrollment

UConn Storrs
Undergraduate Students: 18,917
Graduate Students: 4,094

UConn Avery Point
Undergraduate Students:
Graduate Students:

UConn Hartford
Undergraduate Students: 1,683
Graduate Students:

UConn Stamford
Undergraduate Students: 2,112
Graduate Students:

UConn Waterbury
Undergraduate Students: 853
Graduate Students:

*Fall 2021 enrollment

UConn Student Outcomes

The Center for Career Development collects outcomes data based on nationally accepted standards dictated by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). Please click here to view our undergraduate student outcomes for current and past years.