University Of Connecticut Stamford

University Of Connecticut Stamford

The University of Connecticut, Stamford is abbreviated as UConn. It is a public, land grant university of the State of Connecticut. The Stamford Campus of UConn was established to provide education for the Korean War-return GIs in 1951. Undergraduate and graduate degree programs are offered at the university. The University has the following academic centers:

  • Center for Academic Programs
  • Center for Continuing Studies
  • Center for Globalization & Commerce
  • Center for Judaic & Middle Eastern Studies
  • CT Information Technology Institute (CITI)
  • Seaweed Marine Biotechnology Lab
  • The Writing Center
  • Women's Studies

UConn athletic teams compete at the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division 1-A level sports. The athletics teams at UConn are nicknamed as the Huskies. The teams participate in sports including basketball, soccer, ice hockey, baseball, tennis, swimming, cross country and football. UConn offers financial aid to the students.

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Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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