After Advising (Stamford)

Congratulations! You’ve created a schedule for your first semester! You are now on the path to your new journey in the UConn Honors Program at Stamford.

Remember to “swap don’t drop” if making any changes to your schedule. The “swap” feature holds your seat in one course while you secure a seat in another course (add/drop/swap period continues through Day 10, September 13th). Reach out to with any questions during this process and/or your advisor listed in StudentAdmin in your Student Center (will be updated over the summer if currently blank).

Here are some additional things to do and look out for:

  • Complete the Honors First-year reply form if you haven’t already.
  • Check UConn email.
  • Come and meet your fellow first year honors students virtually at our Honors speed networking event, The One Where I Met my Honors Peers. This event will be happening on Webex on Monday June 28th from 5 PM- 6 PM EDT. You will interact with each other in small groups in separate breakout rooms- we will share unique questions with you and you will answer them as you progress through the breakout rooms. We’ll have you switch rooms every few minutes so you can meet as many people as possible. Reach out to or if you have any questions or concerns. Hope to see you all there!

    Flyer for The One Where I Met my Honors Peers event.
  • Application for Peer Allies Through Honors (PATH) Stamford mentoring program is now open and due on 7/14 by 11:59pm!
    • Are you interested in connecting with others during your transition to college and learning more about opportunities at UConn Stamford and in Honors?  Then join the Peer Allies Through Honors (PATH) Stamford! Students who are interested in joining will receive a mentor, who will be a helpful resource throughout the semester and someone who you can connect with. Throughout the first semester, mentors and mentees will regularly communicate with one another and engage in fun activities that will help foster meaningful relationships within the Honors Program!
      • Note: All applicants who apply by the deadline will be considered for a mentor, but a waitlist might be necessary based on mentor match availability. 
    • Goals of PATH:
      • Help students connect to an upperdivision student in their major or with a shared interest
      • Develop leadership skills in mentors and mentees
      • Encourage communication between all members of PATH through interactive activities
      • Help students transition to UConn and the Honors Program

    Questions? Email