The following programs and services can be accessed by all students on the UConn, Storrs campus.
Academic Achievement Center (AAC)
The Academic Achievement Center assists students in attaining their academic and personal goals by providing a comprehensive, personalized array of programs, resources, and services which enhance skill development, effective decision-making, and personal transitions to and within the university setting.
Academic Center for Exploratory Students (ACES)
ACES is UConn’s academic advising program for students who want to explore the University’s academic opportunities before deciding on a field of study and for students who must complete specific requirements before applying to a University program.
Alcohol and Other Drug Education Office
The Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Office coordinates and facilitates prevention, early intervention, screening, and education opportunities in the area of substance use and abuse. AOD seeks to provide the UConn community with accurate information and resources to reduce the risks associated with alcohol and other drugs.
Bias Incident Protocol
A bias-related incident is an incident that negatively targets, intimidates, or threatens an individual or group due to race, ethnicity, ancestry, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, physical, mental, and intellectual disabilities, as well as past/present history of mental disorders.
UConn Center for Career Development
The Center for Career Development at the University of Connecticut is \dedicated to excellence through offering the highest levels of service to our students across all schools, colleges, campuses, and disciplines. We support the intellectual growth of our students by providing programs and experiences that promote self-awareness and engagement as they identify a course of study and pursue opportunities to become contributing members of the state, national, and world communities. Through partnership with employers, alumni, faculty, and staff, we connect students to quality career development resources, internships, experiential learning, and post-graduate opportunities.
Center for Public Health and Health Policy
The Center for Public Health and Health Policy (CPHHP) serves to coordinate public health-related activities across many of the schools, colleges and centers within the University, and merges public health-related fiscal outlays across the University.
Office of Institutional Equity
The Office of Institutional Equity (OIE) ensures the University’s commitment and responsibility to foster diverse and inclusive working and learning environments. Our work focuses on ensuring compliance with the University’s non-discrimination and anti-harassment policies, as well as state and federal laws and regulations related to equal opportunity and affirmative action.
First Year Programs and Learning Communities
We provide guidance, opportunities, and resources for students to successfully engage with the University and become learners with a purpose.
Guide for Students
This Guide is designed to provide students participating in online courses at the University of Connecticut with tools and strategies that can be used to assist them in their online studies. In addition to providing general information about online practices at the University, you will also be able to use this Guide to develop skills needed to ensure academic success in an online setting.
Institute for Student Success
Through individual advising, First Year Experience seminars, and personal coaching, UConn students are taught how the university functions, as well as the attitudes, strategies and techniques necessary for success.
Nayden Rehabilitation Clinic
To provide rehabilitation services to the community utilizing treatments that are evidence-based, culturally competent and exhibit fiduciary responsibility to the patient and to society in general.
Office of Student Financial Aid Services
The Office of Student Financial Aid Services has information and resources about financial aid at the University of Connecticut.
Dean of Students Office
It is often said that if you have a question, a concern or a problem to solve, and you are not sure where to begin, the Dean of Students Office is a great place to start.
Off-Campus Student Services
Off-Campus Student Services, part of the Dean of Students Office, offers resources and advocacy for UCONN students’ off-campus living and/or commuting experience.
Psychological Services Clinic
The Psychological Services Clinic offers an array of mental health services to individuals, children, and families in eastern Connecticut.Â Services are provided by graduate students under the supervision of licensed clinical psychologists and faculty members in the department of Psychology.
The Q-Center provides free resources to help students become more proficient in their general Q-courses.
Senior Transition & Engagement Programs
Senior Transition & Engagement Programs promotes a successful transition for college students to the world beyond the University.
Speech and Hearing Clinic
The University of Connecticut’s Speech & Hearing Clinic provides a full range of evaluation and treatment services to both children and adults with speech, language, and/or hearing disorders.
Student Health & Wellness—Medical Care
The University of Connecticut Health Service is a health care facility which is fully accredited by the Accreditation Association of Ambulatory Health Care Facilities.
Student Health and Wellness—Mental Health
The mission of Counseling and Mental Health Services is to provide the highest quality clinical services to promote the emotional, relational, and academic potential of all students. We are committed to the core values of respect, responsiveness, innovation, and quality to enhance the unique experience of each individual at the University of Connecticut.
The University of Connecticut created the UConn Connects Program to serve as an intervention program designed to provide students with the skills and support needed for academic success.
Veterans Affairs and Military Programs
The Veterans Affairs and Military Programs office provides a full range of benefits and services to students that have served or continue to serve in our Armed Forces. These services include benefits processing, event programming and community outreach.
The University Writing Center was founded to support writing as one of the key skills valued at the University of Connecticut.