Read the latest updates on UHart's response to COVID-19: hartford.edu/healthy-hawks.
With more than 100 clubs and organizations, there are plenty of opportunities for you to get involved.Explore our clubs.
You can find jobs through Handshake, UHart's Career and Professional Development Center's job search tool.Start Now.
At UHart, we are committed to social justice and collective responsibility. That’s why we offer a wide range of volunteer programs to help people both locally and abroad.
If you are a student, faculty, alumni, or staff explore our community service programs.
LiveSafe is a free mobile safety app for all members of the UHart community. It enables you to communicate directly with University of Hartford Public Safety officials. By utilizing the community's eyes and ears, LiveSafe helps keep the campus safe by preventing crimes before they occur.
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You can fill out the e-mail password reset form here: http://hartford.edu/reset. You can also go to the Computer Support Center (Rm CC113) with your University ID and a copy of your schedule to have it reset or you can call the Computer Support Center at 860.768.5907.
The HawkCASH account is a separate declining balance account you may deposit into at any time. It allows student to access many of the services on campus without having to deal with the hassles of cash and credit cards.
Once funded, your HawkCASH account may be used to purchase food at the dining facilities, vending machines, printing and copying at the library, purchases at the Bookstore, Mail Services, Health Services and at any of the Off-Campus location.
HawkCASH can be added online, or at the HawkCASH machines located at the Library, Konover and Commons.
You can find a list of meal plans, hours of dining services, and information about all your dining needs by going to our dining webpage.
As a commuter student at UHart, you’ll be part of a tight-knit community with access to countless of ways to get involved, fun events, a network of support services, and resources just for commuter students like you. Learn more by visiting the Commuter Association website.
The University’s Centralized Tutoring Center offers free tutoring to all undergraduate students. Find more information by visiting the Center for Student Success website.
Please download the LiveSafe app to complete your daily health screenings. You can learn more going to our health screening webpage.
Students have to sign the pledge when they complete the mandatory EVerFi course. You can learn more by going to the Healthy Hawks Pledge webpage.
Guests are not permitted in any on-campus housing unit at any time. Only residents assigned to a room maybe be in the housing unit. You can read the rules in details by going to our Visitors on Campus webpage.
Even though many in-person activities are canceled, we still offer a lot of virtual opportunities. Please check the student life calendar for an updated list of events or follow us on social media.
You can find a complete list of hours and operations by going to our Offices and Operations webpage.
You can find the latest updates and messages from the University on our Messages and Advisories webpage.