Our campus is beautiful, but don't take our word for it.
See for yourself—explore UHart through images
At UHart, there is so much to see—everything from exciting laboratories, art galleries, and studio spaces to residence halls, dining facilities, and hang-out spots. Check out our campus through our image galleries.
Love where you learn
At UHart, we want you to practice what you learn. That's why already in your first year, you will have access to cutting-edge laboratories, studios, practice rooms, art galleries, and more.
University Harrison Libraries
Trading room and analytics lab in our Barney School of Business
Athletic field used for our 17 Division I teams
Biology and chemistry lab
One of our three galleries on campus
Architecture studio with 3D printers
Audio engineering technology lab
Hartford Art School creative studio
Our vibrant community
A big advantage of UHart's diverse, tight-knit community is the many activities, clubs, and traditions you'll be part of. Get excited to meet friends for life.
We have 17 Division I athletic teams, so there are plenty of opportunities for you to cheer on the Hawks with your friends.
Don't be surprised if you see UHart’s students playing games at Alumni Plaza, which is located between the residence halls and the academic sides of campus—There's always something going on.
During our annual spring fling weekend, you can enjoy many fun activities, including our color run around campus.
At UHart, you can be part of over 100+ clubs and organizations, including our dance club, which performs during athletic events. Show off your #HawkSpirit.
Before the fall semester kicks off, students participate in a weekend full of fun events.
At UHart, you will get to know faculty and staff really well. You will even play kickball with them during our annual faculty-staff versus student game.
Your home away from home
We know that college is much more than the academics. That's why our Office of Residential Life offers many opportunities for you to connect with your neighbors to make UHart feel like home.