At the University of Hartford, we encourage and celebrate diversity in our programs, activities, and students. We foster the personal growth of students in an environment where the unique qualities of each are fully appreciated to create a community reasonably reflective of the gender, racial, ethnic, social, economic, and religious diversity of our larger society.
The total student population at UHart is fairly balanced in gender, with virtually the same number of undergraduate males (38 percent) and females (just under 38 percent). Male graduate students account for nearly 10.5 percent of the total student population, while just over 13 percent are female graduate students.
Of the total University student population, 30 percent are minority students (including all race and ethnicities, excluding those who identified as white and those who did not reply). Among undergraduate students, 32 percent identify as minority students, while 21 percent of all graduate students do so.