During these unprecedented times, UHart remains dedicated to our community connections.
Getting to Know Us
At the University of Hartford, we have built a legacy of extraordinary service. This tradition extends beyond our campus footprint and inspires us to impact the lives of others. Every contribution we make is an opportunity to leave an impression on our greater community, and foster relationships. It is through these actions that we can make a meaningful difference.
These UHart facts and figures offer a quick snapshot of our rich history, dynamic offerings, and diverse community.Learn more
View the mission, vision, and values statements that drive our purpose and passion at the University of Hartford.Learn More
Stay up to date on the impactful ways our innovative faculty, staff, students, and alumni are contributing to the community at large.Learn More
You can now experience our beautiful campus virtually through this guided, narrated tour of our many academic and residential buildings.Learn More
The University is deeply committed to its mission of cultivating a welcoming campus climate where everyone feels safe and supported.Learn More
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. #UHartLearn More
Open to the Community: Community Conversations Series
The Two Connecticuts: Conversations about Race and Place
A four-part series presented by University of Hartford’s Presidents’ College and the Office of Diversity and Community Engagement, The Third Age Initiative™ a program of Leadership Greater Hartford, and The Connecticut Mirror.
George Orwell reminded us that it is a constant struggle to see what is right in front of our noses. In Connecticut that is racial and economic segregation. This special series will examine how segregation hurts people of color—depriving them of personal dignity, economic opportunity, and access to healthcare and safety—yet also disadvantages the state as a whole.
Over four sessions, panels of informed experts will examine the racism that surrounds us, in housing, schools, and the structure of our government. Join us to learn more about the disparities that exist in our state, and what you can do about them. We will talk about initiatives enacted in other states and proposed here in Connecticut, so that all participants have the opportunity to join the effort to reduce these disparities where they live.
UHart offers several 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!
Hartt Summerterm: Hartt Summerterm provides outstanding core courses and workshops taught be nationally recognized faculty for educators, artists, and students.
UHart offers a wide range of programs for adult learners. You can finish your degree, learn a new skill, stay current in your career, or earn a certificate in a new one.
Whether it’s for credit, career advancement, or the love of learning, explore UHart’s Continuing Education offerings.
The Presidents' College is an informal community of people—living in the greater Hartford area—who come together for brief courses and stand-alone lectures on almost every imaginable topic, including history, literature, science, current events, the fine and performing arts, and much more.
Our instructors include both the most stimulating teacher-scholars on the University of Hartford faculty, and a host of experts from the broader community across a range of fields from business to politics to science, to music and the arts. Anyone can become a part of our community by simply registering for one or more of our events.
Presidents’ College courses and lectures are now online. Whether you are Zooming for the first time or have been invited to a WebEx meeting, we are here to help. These video conference tools are great for staying in touch with friends, families, your book club, and the Presidents’ College.
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.
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
While visiting UHart, such features as our charming New England setting and mid-century modern architecture certainly makes an immediate impression, it is our people who are most memorable and make up our community. Our students, faculty, and staff are a diverse group of people from a wide-range of backgrounds and interests, yet they all share UHart's spirit of open communication, collaboration, and an inclusive outlook. The result is a welcoming and supportive community where anyone can find their place and everyone feels at home.
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 health of our community? Learn more about all of the steps we're taking to keep our hawks safe.
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: email@example.com
Our Schools and Colleges
We are widely recognized for the entrepreneurial spirit reflected in the breadth and imagination of our academic programs. Interdisciplinary learning opportunities that cross schools and colleges are abundant, and some of our programs, like acoustical engineering and music, can be found at no other university in the United States.