Whether you are still making your final decision or if you definitely will attend UConn in the Honors Program, we encourage you to visit campus to explore what we have to offer you. If you can’t make it to campus, browse through our web site and review our FAQs. We are also happy to answer any questions that you have by phone, email, or in person. Contact us.
Tours of the Storrs campus are available through the Lodewick Visitor’s Center. Visit them online to arrange your tour.
You can experience what it is like to be a Husky by attending a Husky-for-a-Day event arranged by the Husky Ambassadors Program (HAP), a student-run group sponsored by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. You will spend the day with a current student, attend classes, visit a residence hall, and have lunch in a dining hall.
Admitted Honors students are encouraged to visit on one of the six days when an Honors reception will be held at the end of the Husky-for-a-Day program. Students who have been admitted to Honors are encouraged to attend a Husky-for-a-Day on TBD for 2018. For a complete list of dates and to request a visit, go to the Admissions website for the Husky-for-a-Day program. The Husky Ambassadors can be contacted to answer questions about Husky-for-a-Day visits via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or 860-486-1601.
The University of Connecticut will host Open Houses for prospective students on October 1, 2017 and on October 29, 2017. Explore what UConn has to offer by speaking with faculty, staff, and students. Hear about academic programs, student life, and exciting opportunities in and out of the classroom.
After you have made your decision to attend the University as a member of the Honors Program and paid your enrollment deposit, you will be invited to a new student orientation. Read more about Orientation as an Honors student.