UConn Stamford

UConn should believe in - and invest in - regional campus students 

UConn should believe in - and invest in - regional campus students 

In the past few years, the growth of the University of Connecticut Stamford campus has been receiving a lot of attention. The university and the city of Stamford have celebrated its impressive growth, often citing the 23 percent growth in applications and the addition of hundreds of student housing units in sought-after downtown Stamford.

Editorial: Stamford Campus expanding as student population grows

Editorial: Stamford Campus expanding as student population grows

The UConn Stamford Campus has experienced an influx of students over the past several years, forcing the Board of Trustees to seek means of expansion in order to accommodate the newcomers. If Stamford is any indication, UConn could be taking over the state in the near future one city at a time.

Herbst pushes for Stamford Campus expansions as student population grows

Herbst pushes for Stamford Campus expansions as student population grows

As she prepares to leave for a faculty position at the Stamford campus, University of Connecticut president Susan Herbst is pushing for expansions to the satellite, including four new full degree programs, new faculty and increased administrative support.

Editorial: School of Business teaching students the art of investing

Editorial: School of Business teaching students the art of investing

The Student Managed Fund program grants young investors the opportunity to gain experience within the realm of financial risk-taking by managing a $500,000 portfolio, of course, under the close supervision of investment advisors.

The case for a larger UConn-Stamford Campus

The case for a larger UConn-Stamford Campus

The city of Stamford is growing, as is interest in the UConn Stamford campus, but the campus itself is not growing at nearly the same rate. There was a reported 23 percent increase in applications to UConn-Stamford for the 2018-2019 academic year and a 1 percent population increase in Stamford’s population. The increase in campus buildings: zero.

UConn Stamford adds “start-to-finish” computer science major

UConn Stamford adds “start-to-finish” computer science major

Computer science is UConn Stamford’s 14th “start-to-finish” major, according to UConn Today. It joins other majors that can be completed entirely at the Stamford campus, including psychology, economics, political science, digital media and design and business concentrations.