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Nathan Burrage

Assistant Director, Admission

Admission - Undergraduate


860.768.4296 Bates House

Nathan Burrage is an admissions counselor for freshman students applying from Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, or Connecticut - New Haven County (exception: City of Waterbury), Middlesex County, New London County, or Windham County.

He also works with transfer students applying to the Barney School of Business, all students (freshman/transfer) applying to The Hartford Art School or the Acoustical Engineering and Music Program.

*For questions about portfolio reviews, please contact the Hartford Art School at artschool@hartford.edu or 860.768.4393
*For questions about auditions, please contact The Hartt School at harttadm@hartford.edu or 860.768.4465

 

About Nathan

Fun Facts

How long have you been working at the University of Hartford?

Just over a year

Share a fun fact about you!

I am the only person in the history of my college club rugby team to score a drop goal in a game.

What do you love most about your job?

Interacting with students and families who are excited about the next step of their journey.

Which Hartford Hawks team are you most likely to see?

Rugby!!

Where do you love to show students during their campus tour? 

I love to show students the walking bridge on campus.  This is such an underrated part of campus because it creates a comfortable separation of their educational demands and their social lives. 

What have you recently binge watched?

All-American on Netflix

What is your favorite UHart event?

I would say Midnight Breakfast because it gives our students an opportunity to see their professors and campus staff outside of their typical roles, while navigating finals week

What is your favorite spot in downtown West Hartford/Hartford that students would enjoy?

Dunkin Donuts Park!  Go catch a Yard Goats game! Or maybe even a UHart baseball game!

What advice would you share to an incoming UHart student?

 Get Involved! What makes your experience different from the person sitting next to you is how you put yourself out there—Study Abroad, join clubs or fraternities, become a tour guide!