The University of Hartford began its 60th year on February 21, 2017 with a “Where’s Walt” scavenger hunt and birthday cake in the Commons. On this page, we’re sharing photos and a video about the day as well as some interesting and exciting University accomplishments that happened from 2007 to 2017. It’s not a comprehensive list but it is sure to spark some memories.
In the first two weeks of our 60th year, we are adding one year per day.
Jan. 15 – The University of Hartford celebrated the national holiday honoring the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Monday with inspiring speeches, readings, musical performances, and calls to continue pursuing King's dream of racial equality and social justice. Read More
April 17 – The Hartford Art School entered a new era on Tuesday with the dedication of the Renée Samuels Center, a striking new facility that brings together arts and technology. Read More
Oct. 20, 21 – A sold-out concert by Dionne Warwick and the burial of the University's 50th anniversary time capsule were among the highlights of a Fall Weekend that saw the campus bustling with activity. Read More