Why Recruit UConn Talent?

 

UConn is a national leader among public research universities, with more than 32,000 students seeking answers to critical questions in classrooms, labs, and the community.

UConn Campuses:
UConn Main Campus – Storrs, UConn Health – Farmington, UConn Avery Point, UConn Hartford, UConn Law, UConn Stamford, UConn Waterbury

UConn Enrollment
32,000 Total Students
24,000 Total Undergraduates
8,000 Total Graduate Students

UConn Student Outcomes

The collection of graduate outcomes data is an important initiative spearheaded by the Center for Career Development. We collect outcomes data based on nationally accepted standards dictated by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) and in conjunction with the Career Leadership Collective.

Please click here to view our undergraduate student outcomes for current and past years. UConn graduates hold titles in industries such as:

Arts, Media, & Communication: Social Media Manager, Game Developer, Digital Media Graphic Designer, Visual Content Manager
Business, Finance, Sales, & Marketing: Digital Marketing Specialist, Investment Banking Analyst, Insurance Claim Professional, Human Resources Coordinator
Education & Social Services: Youth Development Professional, Teaching Assistant, Residential Counselor, Global Program Manager
Government, Public Administration, Law, & Non-Profit: Program Manager, Legal Administrative Assistant, Assistant Animal Control Officer
Healthcare & Wellness: Patient Care Technician, Client Research Associate, Resident Counselor, Registered Nurse, Lead Researcher
Innovation & Entrepreneurship: Brand Account Manager, Leasing Consultant, Business Owner
Science, Data, & Technology: Information Technology Consultant, Software Engineer, Chief Technology Officer, Senior Client Success Specialist