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University of Connecticut Stats, Info and Facts

Quick Facts

23,277 Students

48% Admitted

  • 27,578 full time
  • 1,577 part time
  • 10,650 men full time
  • 11,050 women full time
  • 34,978 applied
  • 18,538 admitted
  • 3,822 enrolled

19,241 Undergraduates

$11,224 Tuition/Year

  • 2,961 Graduates
  • 404 Non-Degree
  • $11,224 in state
  • $2,842 fees
  • $12,874 room & board
  • $950 books and supplies

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At a Glance

Institution Type: Public
Campus Setting: New England Large suburb
Highest Degree Offered: Doctor's degree - research/scholarship and professional practice
Level of Institution: Four or more years
Calendar: Semester
School Mascot: Huskies
School Colors: Blue and white
Reviews in 3 Sentences
  • Matthew from Waterbury, CT
  • 0
  • Coming to Uconn has been the best decision I have ever made, and can't imagine myself anywhere else, including the other schools where I initially applied. From the food, to…

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  • Rebecca from CT
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  • What I understood about UConn coming in was that it was very large, very isolated/rural, party-focused, and sports-obsessed. I've realized know that most students here adore UConn and are super…

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  • Nikki from Shelton, CT
  • 0
  • Want to go mentally insane?! Come to the University of Connecticut! We will make sure you leave here with not only insane amount of debt, but also anxiety/depression/PTSD!!…

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  • Jeffrey from Reno, NV
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  • Trust me, you will be wasting your daughter's and son's life with this university. A review from a top high school student's father, but made the wrong decision of sending…

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University of Connecticut
  • Located in Storrs, CT
  • Public
  • 23,277 students enrolled
  • 48% admitted
  • $11,224 annual cost to attend


Student Responses to Review Topic: Am I Enjoying Being Here
  • 5
  • Isaac Casanova from Bridgeport, CT
  • I am a current student here

    The friends I have made here, as well as the friendships that have developed while I have been here will last me for a lifetime. You can easily find a group of friends to hang out with and to support you along the way, but you have to be open and willing to step outside of your comfort zone. Be wary of the small cliques that will form around campus (the fraternities, sororities, etc.) and the plain unfriendly manner in which many people act towards you with - but that's just college. Make sure you can trust, and I mean absolutely trust the people you surround yourself with, especially roommates.. sooner or later you will find something missing. Lastly, make time to have fun.. realize that this is a transition and unless you are a genius, things will not be straightforward and easy. Maintain organization and be careful not to get addicted to drinking and partying, which is very easy to do here.

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  • 5
  • Carly from Burlington, CT
  • I am a current student here

    There is plenty to keep the students busy here at UConn - the campus supports a wide variety of interests from athletics to theatre to music. The social scene on weekends consists primarily of house parties or night out at the local bars, but the university provides alternative entertainment for students who would prefer a different atmosphere.

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  • 1
  • Jamie from Milford, CT
  • I am a current student here

    Though UConn is providing me with a great education, I am unhappy as a student here. Many people find that it is the school for them, while I am quite the opposite. UConn is too large of a school for a small-town girl like myself. My biology lecture is as large as my entire high school. I find it difficult to obtain the community feel I crave as a college student, given the fact that my class load takes up critical time for extra curricular activities which provide others with opportunities to find a community. There is a lot to do on campus, but I find that you really have to search for what's going on. UConn could do a bit better providing more information to students. I feel somewhat isolated as a freshman in an upper classmen dorm, which also adds to my lack of contentment with the college. I'm sure others would find that this school provides maximum independence and opportunity, but I need more structure.

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  • 5
  • Marion from Connecticut
  • I am a current student here

    Great people, friendly and helpful professors, lots of on-campus events to enjoy! You will never be bored with the amount of things to do, especially the student films playing at the Student Union each weekend!

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