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Mark Your Calendars: Spring Events

January 23, 2023
Submitted By: Office of Marketing and Communication

A new semester means new ways to get involved and stay connected across campus. Mark your calendar for events and programs coming up this spring!

Monday, Jan. 30

Office of Student Engagement and Inclusion
Spring Student Organization Involvement Fair
Recognized student organizations will be able to recruit and promote their organization to gain membership, promote their upcoming events and meetings and interact with incoming and returning students. GSU North and South Cafe, 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Tuesday, Jan. 31

Center for Student Success
Students and Circle of Support Session
Support Systems and Resources on Campus: Topics covered include Center for Student Success, Centralized Tutoring Center, Access Ability, and OSEI. Register Now

Wednesday, Feb. 1

Office of Diversity, Equity, and Community Engagement, and the Alumni Board of Directors' Alumni of Color Task Force
Martin Luther King Jr. Program
UHart will honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy in a ceremony with members of UHart and area schools. The program, “Let’s Go: Building Community Through Social Change,” is set for 12:45 p.m. on UHart’s campus at Lincoln Theater. It will also be broadcast virtually via Zoom. Register online.

Saturday, Feb. 4

HEAT Event
Winter Fest
Bundle up and join HEAT at this year’s Winter Festival from noon – 4 p.m. in Konover Great Room and F-lot. This indoor/outdoor experience will include soup and sweets provided by Aramark, a synthetic ice rink, DIY snow globes, a ski lift photo booth and so much more! 

Tuesday, Feb. 7

Center for Student Success
Students and Circle of Support Session
Staying Connected During the Winter Months. Register Now

Tuesday, Feb. 21

Center for Student Success
Students and Circle of Support Session
Renewing the FAFSA (This event is targeted for incoming support networks as well as returning students). Register Now

Wednesday, Feb. 22

Career Studio
Resume Boot Camp (virtual)
Come have your resume looked at by different employers, not for a job or internship, but to get a perspective of what employers are looking for on a resume in particular fields. Resume Boot Camps provide an informal forum for community partners to review student resumes and give immediate feedback to students. Community Partners include employers from for-profit, non-profit, government, and entrepreneurial enterprises along with alumni, friends of the University, faculty, and staff. 

Thursday, Feb. 23

Career Studio
Resume Boot Camp (in-person)
Come have your resume looked at by different employers, not for a job or internship, but to get a perspective of what employers are looking for on a resume in particular fields. Resume Boot Camps provide an informal forum for community partners to review student resumes and give immediate feedback to students. Community Partners include employers from for-profit, non-profit, government, and entrepreneurial enterprises along with alumni, friends of the University, faculty, and staff. 

Saturday, Feb. 25

DEIJB Event
BSU Fashion Show
Annual BSU Fashion Show

Wednesday, March 1

Career Studio
Career and Internship Fair (virtual)
Hosted by UHart’s Office of Career and Professional Development on Handshake. 

Tuesday, March 7

Center for Student Success
Students and Circle of Support Session
Room Selection. Register Now

Tuesday, March 28

Center for Student Success
Student and Circle of Support Session
Registration—What You Need to Know! Register Now

Friday, April 14

Community Service Event
13th Annual Helping Hawks Day of Service
As part of the commitment to community service, the Office of Student Engagement and Inclusion, Alumni Engagement, and the Student Government Association will host the 13th annual Helping Hawks Day of Service. Students, faculty, and staff will engage in various community service projects throughout the Greater Hartford area.

Saturday, April 22

HEAT Event
Spring Fest