Committed to Community
While the COVID-19 pandemic has brought many changes, one thing remains the same—we are a community composed of compassionate, resilient, and inspiring individuals who are dedicated to learning, personal growth, and the betterment of society.
Together, the UHart community makes a difference.
Making an Impact
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak, UHart students, faculty and staff have come together across campus to support health-care workers and those on the front lines.
From all of us at UHart, thank you!
In partnership with the city of Hartford, the University will house 200 police officers, firefighters, emergency telecommunicators, and other essential staff.
In response to a shortage of PPE (personal protection equipment) for health care workers due to the COVID-19 pandemic, nine College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA) team members joined forces to 3D print, assemble, and pack for delivery 100 highly coveted face covers for local health professionals.
Supporting Our Community
From local to global, our community can make a big difference!
Over the past few weeks, the UHart community has donated food, decorated windows to spread happiness, made people smile with a neighborhood car parade, and much more.
Sharing messages of encouragement can really brighten someone's day, especially in this new reality. That's why students, faculty, and staff continue to share creative ways to make people smile and stay connected while practicing social distancing—yes, that means we want to see your Zoom meeting Brady Bunch photos! You can even use our UHart backgrounds.
Let's see how you are making a positive impact in someone's life—use #UHartInspires on social!