Welcome to our virtual community.
During these unprecedented times, UHart remains dedicated to our community connections. View performances, listen to our radio station, or learn more about additional offerings below.
Keeping Hawks Healthy
Life at UHart looks a little different —it has to—but we are committed to working together to act in the best interest of the safety and well-being of our entire campus community, while delivering an excellent student-centered educational experience.
Wondering about the healthy and safety of our community? Learn what we are doing to Keep Hawks Healthy!
Get the latest news, experience a day in the life of a student, admire our beautiful campus, get tips on what to do in the local area, read about faculty and student research, and get a chance to win prizes through our trivia contests. Use #UHart to join the conversation.
Our innovative UHart faculty, staff, students, and alumni are always going the extra mile, breaking down barriers, and contributing to the community at large. Stay up to date on the impactful things happening both on and off campus by visiting our news page.
UHart Loans Ventilators to Hartford Hospital for COVID-19 Patients
The University of Hartford loaned three much-needed ventilators to Hartford Hospital in early April to help critically ill COVID-19 patients receive the care they need. These ventilators are typically housed in labs in the College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions, where students in the respiratory care program train to become respiratory therapists.
Hartt Persistence Keeps Piano Students Playing Through the Pandemic
When Hartt piano students could not get to pianos to practice because of COVID-19, the University rallied to bring the pianos to the students.
Faculty and Staff in UHart's College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture Produce 100 3D Printed Face Covers for Local Health Care Professionals
In response to a shortage of PPE (personal protection equipment) for health care workers, nine members from CETA joined forces to 3D print a modified design, assemble and deliver 100 highly coveted face covers that will be distributed to local health professionals.
A Bit of Light Reading
H magazine brings the UHart experience and story to life. The voices we share are those of our students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends. We have intentionally created sections and spaces that allow for the opportunity to be inclusive of our broader community. Together, we will celebrate our past, present, and future. We hope you will contribute by sending in your news, sharing your advice, and volunteering for an article or feature. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A Front Row Seat
UHart and You
UHart offers two unique summer program options.
Summer Place: UHart offers four summer camp programs for children from pre-school through 11th grade. These programs share a commitment to excellence in curriculum, staff, and facilities, and are based on the premise that learning and fun go hand in hand! Summer Place
HCD Summer Study: The Hartt School Community Division offers summer music programs for students of all ages, from infancy to adulthood. Summer Study
Join the more than 400 UHart degree recipients who have participated in the Hartford Scholars Program.
The Hartford Scholars Program at the University of Hartford provides half-tuition scholarships to students who live in Hartford and graduate from Hartford public high schools or from suburban schools that participate in Project Choice, a state program to improve diversity in suburban school districts. Scholarships
Opportunities for civic engagement, volunteerism, and service learning abound.
The Center for Community Service works with agencies throughout the Greater Hartford area to serve as a resource for students, alumni, faculty and staff. Community Service
Morning Jazz, Polka Time, Rock ‘n’ Roll, and Gospel.
WWUH, UHart’s Public Alternative Radio since 1968, is home to an extensive music library of close to 140,000 LPs and CDs – one of the largest collections in the country.
The station is supported by approximately 80 students, faculty, and community volunteers. Listen now