The University of Hartford is a young university, and with your help, we can continue to improve our campus and our programs. Endowments are created for various purposes and at the same time, they establish a personal legacy.
At the heart of any great university is its faculty, and nowhere is this more true than at the University of Hartford. This is a place where close student-faculty relationships are embedded in the culture; where faculty elect to come because teaching is their priority; and where students know they can turn to their professors to acquire a deeper level of understanding. Faculty funding enables us to retain and recruit outstanding teachers, support faculty research and scholarship, and fund participation in national and international symposia, fellowships, and sabbaticals -- activities that enrich classroom teaching and strengthen scholarship.
The world of information resources is changing and expanding at lightening speed. Securing the funding to keep pace is critical for the university's libraries. Mortensen Library is a focal point for the university's academic life. Mortensen's extensive collection of books, print and electronic journal titles, and online resources makes it the pivotal resource for students and faculty. Mortensen also offers information and technology services, and special collections and rare books. Expanded offerings are provided by The Hartt School's Allen Library, with music, theatre, and performing arts resources, and the Bess Graham Library and Electronic Resource Center.
Schools & Colleges
Many donors choose to support a particular school or college of their choice. Gifts can be directed to special programs or departments if the donor so wishes. The university's schools and colleges include:
Centers, Institutes and Special Programs
Also vital to university life:
For more information on donor relations, contact Caitlin Simard, at 860.768.2452 or firstname.lastname@example.org