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At UHart, you will be joining a dynamic community with diverse backgrounds, interests and perspectives. Beyond just landing a job after graduation, we empower you to rise quickly in your field.

UHart faculty practice what they teach — as artists, researchers, entrepreneurs, scientists and downright brilliant scholars. Your classmates may be future engineers, teachers, architects or Broadway actors. Whatever your path, we’ll be there to support you every step of the way.

Ready to be bold? Let’s get started.

The Hursey Center

Home for Innovation. Room to Grow. The Hursey Center, UHart's newest academic building, opened up to student in the fall. The 60,000-square-foot academic building in the academic quad, houses new, specialized, and technology-rich facilities for our growing programs in the College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions and the College of Engineering, Technology and Architecture.

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New major: Sports Management

UHart proudly announces the arrival of its Sports Management Program. This new program will prepare students with the analytical and technical skills necessary to succeed in a broad array of career paths in the sports industry.

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UHart Start: Our Plan for Strategic Action

The University of Hartford has an ambitious strategic action plan to transform the institution, ensure excellence, and sustain success. Included in the plan are campus improvements, promoting a vibrant, diverse, inclusive, and socially just community and much more. This is where we're going. Together.

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UHart by the Numbers

The UHart story can't be told by numbers alone. We're too inquisitive, energetic, and fun for that. 

But it's as good a place as any to start.

academic programs available to study
student-to-faculty ratio
UHart students are awarded financial aid

Joshua Marcial ’21

Communication, 2021

Joshua Marcial ’21 recently completed a communication internship with UHart’s College of Arts and Sciences that will help him achieve his career goal of working in corporate communications. A communication major with an emphasis in media & journalism, Joshua’s internship with the College focused on writing stories about successful A&S students, alumni, and faculty. Prior to that experience, he worked as an intern for Neighborhood Housing Services of Waterbury (NHSW), which he says helped him learn how vital a role communication plays in the success of an organization.

I thought about other schools, but when I saw the School of Communication and the television studio during an open house tour, I knew this would be home for me.

Start your UHart journey today. Take the next step.