Health, Safety, & Well-Being

The University of Hartford is committed to the well-being, support, and safety of all members of the campus community.

Be safe. Stay healthy.

Contact Public Safety

The Department of Public Safety is available 24 hours a day.

For emergencies: 860.768.7777

For routine calls: 860.768.7985

The Division of Student Success provides several resources to keep the campus community healthy and safe, including an on-campus medical facility, counseling and psychological services, EMS-trained public safety officers, a newly-renovated fitness center, and an office dedicated to differently-abled students. 

If you are concerned about the physical or mental well-being of yourself or a UHart student, we encourage you to report it.

Campus Safety

Our Department of Public Safety promotes campus safety and security in close partnership with the UHart and surrounding communities. The Department is committed to showing dignity and respect to all individuals.

The headquarters for our public safety department is located on the northeast side of campus adjacent to parking lot E, across from Konover Campus Center and Lincoln Theater.

Text Alert System

UHTXT is a notification system that enables UHart students, faculty, and staff to receive alerts and updates as text messages on cell phones. Sign up on the Emergency Notifications webpage. Registering for text alerts is the best way to receive real-time information in the case of weather-related closings and campus emergencies.

Emergency Notifications

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. Sign up from the Livesafe App webpage.

LiveSafe App

Health and Wellness

Ensuring the health and wellbeing of our students and community members is crucial to the University of Hartford. We provide a wide variety of programs and services to help students and community members, including counseling services and support groups, a medical facility on campus to help students when they are sick, and resources to enhance social and physical wellness.