Buildings & Locations

Looking for something? There are many buildings and locations to explore on our 350-acre campus. Interact with our campus map to get exact direction and/or find out where to park, dine, visit, learn, and more.

Main Campus

1. Abrahms Hall (AB)

2. Alfred C. Fuller Music Center (F)

  • Berkman Recital Hall
  • The Hartt School
  • Millard Auditorium
  • O’Connell Hall
  • Paranov Hall

3. Beatrice Fox Auerbach Hall (A)

  • Barney School of Business
  • Educational Leadership Department
  • English Language Institute
  • International Pathway Program Office
  • Nursing Programs

4. East Hall (E)

5. Gengras Student Union (GSU)

  • Center for Student Success
  • Dean of Students
  • International Admission Office

6. Harry Jack Gray Center (HJG)

  • 1877 Club Restaurant
  • Campus Store
  • Conference Center
  • Harrison Libraries
  • Allen Music And Dance Library
  • Mortensen Library
  • Joseloff Gallery
  • Maurice Greenberg Center For Judaic Studies
  • Museum of Jewish Civilization
  • Starbucks® At The Dorothy Goodwin Café
  • Wilde Auditorium

7. Hartford Art School (Has) (V)

  • Krieble Ceramics Center
  • Renée Samuels Center
  • Silpe Gallery
  • Taub Hall

8. Hillyer Hall (H)

  • Auerbach Auditorium
  • College Of Arts And Sciences (CAS)
  • College Of Education, Nursing And Health Professions (ENHP)
  • Education And Human Services Department
  • Hillyer College
  • Shaw Center
  • Slobodkina Reading Room

9. Hursey Center

10. Integrated Science, Engineering, And Technology Complex (ISET)

  • United Technologies Hall (UT)
  • College Of Engineering, Technology, And Architecture (CETA)
  • Charles A. Dana Hall (D)
  • Biology-Chemistry Building (BC)

11. Lincoln Theater


1. Bates House

  • Office of Admission and Student Financial Assistance

2. Beatrice Fox Auerbach Computer And Administration Center (CC)

  • Administrative Offices
  • HawkCard I.D.
  • Office Human Resources Development
  • Information Technology Services
  • Help Desk
  • Office of the Bursar Registrar

3.University Commons (UC)

4. Operations Building

  • Facilities
  • Procurement
  • Public Safety

5. Konover Campus Center (KON)

6. Gengras Student Union (GSU)

  • Center for Student Success
  • Dean of Students
  • International Admission Office


1. Al-Marzook Field Alumni Stadium

2. Chase Arena

3. Fiondella Field

4. Health Services

5. Reich Family Pavilion

6. Sports Center (SPCT)

7. Alumni Stadium


1. First Year Residence Halls

  • Hawk Hall
  • Neighborhood A: Andrews, Barlow, Crandall, Olmsted
  • Neighborhood B: Reeve, Beecher, Stevens, Warner
  • Neighborhood C: Poe, Willard, Malcolm X, Dubois
  • Neighborhood D: King, Smith, Occum, Roth

2. Upperclassmen Residence Halls

  • Neighborhood E: Bushnell, Garvey, Hillyer, Whitney
  • Neighborhood F: Gallaudet, Barnard, Webster, Stowe
  • Village Apartments
  • Quads 1–7
  • Park River Apartments
  • Hillel Foundation
  • Regents Park

3. Graduate Housing

  1. Asylum Avenue Apartments
  2. Office of Residential Life


On Campus

If you are planning to come to campus, be sure to learn about UHart's parking policies, such as parking permits, guest parking, and special event parking. All motorized vehicles including scooters, motorcycles, and electric vehicles must have a valid parking permit displayed at all times while on campus.

Building Photos

Other Campus Locations

Mort and Irma Handel Performing Arts Center

Once a mid-20th century industrial building, now a state-of-the-art vibrant center providing performance and rehearsal spaces, classrooms, and studios for students and the entire community.

University of Hartford Magnet School

UHMS teachers and school administrators provide expertise to student teachers through preparation in field experiences, tutoring, observations, practicum, and student teaching.

University High School of Science and Engineering

UHSSE is a magnet school and a partnership between the University and Hartford Public Schools. It is based on the “early college” model that focuses on getting students integrated into the college experience.