Beyond the Storrs campus, UConn’s four regional campuses around the state also provide opportunities to engage in Honors and Enrichment Programs. You can receive an Honors education at any UConn campus. The Honors requirements are the same no matter where you enroll, but your experience will be enriched based on the unique opportunities at your campus.
How to Join
UConn Hartford & UConn Stamford: First-year students are considered for admission to the Honors Program through the Honors first-year admissions process. For entry in your second or third year, you may complete and submit the Honors Program application materials by the deadline listed for your academic level.
UConn Avery Point and UConn Waterbury: You may submit an Honors application for entry in your second or third year by completing the Honors Program application materials by the deadline listed for your academic level.
Depending on your major and the campus at which you are enrolled, you may remain at the campus for your entire college career and also fulfill the requirements for Honors graduation. Some majors may require that you transition to Storrs to complete your degree.
For general questions about Honors Program opportunities at regional campuses, email us to be connected with the right staff member.
For specific contacts at Avery Point, Hartford, or Waterbury, see the Honors Coordinator listed for your campus or the Honors advisor listed for your major on your campus.
For Stamford, the Honors & Enrichment Office at Stamford (room 2.01) is the best place to find an Honors staff member, study group, or event. The best way to ensure someone will be available is to schedule a meeting on Nexus.