Welcome to UConn's School of Public Policy (SPP)!
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Check here often as new items may be added prior to the start of the semester and please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or need assistance.

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Information for New Students

UConn Undergraduates


SPP Fast-Track

  • Take graduate level Public Policy coursework at no additional cost to your undergraduate tuition while an undergraduate
    • Save time and money!

 

  • Apply your SPP grad credits towards a masters degree in:
    • Public Administration (MPA)
    • Public Policy (MPP)
    • Survey Research (MASR)

 

  • MPA and MPP: Complete up to one year of a two year degree
    • Coursework offered in Hartford and Storrs

 

  • MASR: Complete up to 12 credits towards a 30 credit degree
    • Coursework offered entirely online

Graduate Students


Masters Programs

  • Our students and alums combine degree skillsets and personal interests to policies and programs that make a difference

 

  • Public Administration (MPA): a focus on leadership, management and advancing the common good through the implementation of policies and programs

 

  • Public Policy (MPP): a focus on the analytic and quantitative skills necessary to design, analyze and evaluate the success of policies and programs

 

  • Survey Research (MASR): a focus on the innovative skillsets and instruments utilized to create and manage programmatic and policy data for analysis

After Accepting the Offer of Admission

    Submit Official Transcripts

    Send all official transcripts* to The Graduate School if you have not done so already. You can request to have them sent electronically to gradadmissions@uconn.edu (non-international transcripts only) or sent via mail to the following address:

    University of Connecticut
    The Graduate School
    438 Whitney Road Extension, Unit 1152
    Storrs, CT 06269-1152

    Students with international transcripts should review The Graduate School's additional requirements for international students.

    *Note: Students who earned their undergraduate degree at UConn do NOT need to send official transcripts. The Graduate School can verify degrees earned at UConn via the Student Admin system.

    Failure to send all official transcripts to the Graduate School will delay your matriculation as a student. 

      Complete Technology Training, Activate NetID, and Setup UConn Email

      Technology Training
      IT Services (UITS) offers Tech Training which will walk you through available technology tools and how to activate them. To complete visit https://techtraining.uconn.edu/.

      NetID and Email
      Your UConn NetID and Activation Code were emailed to you at the time of admission. You can also visit http://netid.uconn.edu to find your NetID. Once you activate your NetID and set the password, you will be able to log in to the Student Administration System at http://studentadmin.uconn.edu/. If you need assistance with your NetID, please contact the UITS Help Center at (860) 486-4357 or by email at techsupport@uconn.edu.

      University email is sent to your official UConn email address. The University, faculty and staff will use your UConn email as the primary email to communicate with you. Be sure to check the account frequently.

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          After Being Matriculated (once official transcript is received)

            Complete Mandatory Training and Financial Agreement

            Mandatory Training (one-time)
            Graduate students must complete a one-time online interpersonal violence prevention training. A hold is placed on a student’s registration to ensure that you meet this requirement. The University of Connecticut is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for all of our students, staff, and faculty. As part of that commitment, the University now requires that all graduate students complete an online interpersonal violence prevention program titled U Got This 2!, this video-based program provides critical information about Consent, Bystander Intervention, Sexual Assault, Dating and Domestic Violence, Stalking, and more. U Got This 2! will help you better understand how vitally important these issues are to creating a safe environment and to our community expectations, and what you can do to help make your campus safer for everyone.

            Please go to: https://uconn.catharsisonlinetraining.com/Student/StudentDashboard/SSO?clientProgramId=485 to complete the 40 minute training.  Upon completion, it will take 2-3 days for the hold to lift.  If you have any questions, call The Graduate School at (860) 486-3617 or email gradschool@uconn.edu.


            Student Financial (SF) Responsibility Agreement (complete every semester)

            This agreement outlines your financial obligations at the University and must be completed every semester. You will receive a notification to your UConn email when the SF Responsibility Agreement has been assigned to you for completion.

            Register for Classes

            See "course registration" section below.

            Complete Student Health History Form (in-person students only)

            Students enrolled in the MPA (including Fellows), MPP, PFM, and LPM (in-person version) programs* must complete your mandatory Student Health History Form through your Student Health Portal, and submit the form and any attachments to the Student Health Portal under “Document Upload”. The Student Health History Form must be submitted by July 1 for students starting in the fall semester and by January 1 for students starting in the spring semester.

            The University of Connecticut requires all incoming students, regardless of age, to complete a Tuberculosis Risk Questionnaire, found within your Student Health History Form on your Student Health Portal. For more information regarding your immunization requirements please visit Student Health and Wellness.  Please email studenthealth@uconn.edu with  any additional questions.

            *This form is not required for students in the nonprofit management or survey research programs since they are entirely online programs.

             

            Submit COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement for In-Person Students

            Beginning in fall 2021, all students who will be in-person on UConn’s campuses are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. The goal of this policy is to help safeguard health and wellness on our campuses and in our communities by reducing the risk that the virus will be transmitted and cause illness, particularly in high-density congregant settings such as residence halls, dining halls, and classrooms.

            Students must upload their vaccination status to the Student Health Portal. Information for students on how to get vaccinated can be found here.

            Need a vaccine?

            Vaccines are widely available and students are urged to be vaccinated over the summer if you have not already done so. UConn will also make vaccines available to new and returning students who were unable to be completely vaccinated prior to arriving on our campuses in the fall, so they can be vaccinated upon arrival. These students will need to follow a modified quarantine until they are considered fully vaccinated. Students are able to apply for exemptions, including for medical and other reasons.

            All enrolled students living in Connecticut, including regional campus students, are eligible to be vaccinated in Connecticut. The vaccine is free, even without insurance and without ID — no one will be turned away.

            International students may find details on vaccination and other requirements on the International Student & Scholar Services website.

             

            Purchase Parking Permit and Submit One Card Photo (if applicable)

            On-campus Parking and Shuttle Information
            2022-2023 Parking Permits go on sale August 1, 2022

            The Parking Services website, park.uconn.edu, provides parking information for UConn Storrs, Avery Point, Hartford (campus map), Stamford, and Waterbury campuses. Learn about the different types of permits available, purchase your permit, and check out the campus parking maps. UConn Hartford campus students park in either the CT Convention Center Garage in Section E (map) or the CT Science Center Garage.

            Please note: there is free parking on most streets near the Hartford campus Monday through Friday after 6:00pm and on weekends. See kiosks at parking spaces for free parking availability.

            A weeknight shuttle provides continuous-loop service between Front Street, Constitution Plaza, the CT Science Center and both Level 2 and Section E of the CT Convention Center Garage between the hours of 6pm and 10pm, Monday through Thursday. Please see the route map posted on the Parking Services website for more specific details.

             

            Public Transportation
            CTtransit's free circulator bus, the dash bus, runs between 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. every weekday throughout downtown Hartford with stops at the campus and parking garages.

            Once registered in the UPass program, all full-time UConn Hartford students are eligible to ride any CT public transit route for free, including the CT Fastrak system. CT public transit offers local services in Hartford, Waterbury, Stamford, and many more locations including our direct express route between Hartford and Storrs. Click here to learn more!

            CTfastrak: Routes and Schedules
            CTtransit: Schedules
            CTrides

             

            UConn One Card
            The Husky One Card is your official UConn ID, as well as your way to access a variety of services across the university, including the UConn Libraries and Husky Bucks. UConn IDs (Husky One Card) will be available for pickup at the campus you attend. Please contact the Hartford campus Office of Student Services (OSS) to verify if your card is ready for pickup. The OSS office is located in the Atrium of the Hartford Times Building.

            All incoming students are encouraged to take advantage of the online photo submission option.  Your photo must be submitted and accepted based on the Online Submission Instructions. Login to your Husky One Card account to submit your photo online.

            Accept or Waive Student Health Insurance

            All full-time students are required to maintain health coverage. Full-time students are automatically enrolled in and billed for the University-sponsored plan. If you wish to decline the university plan because you have comparable coverage already, you must waive it via the Health Insurance Waiver in Student Admin.

            Learn more about the University-sponsored plan and the waiver process here: https://studenthealth.uconn.edu/

            If you are a graduate assistant, you will have the option to enroll in the Connecticut Partnership Plan. Enrollment will be available after the start date of your appointment (noted in your graduate assistantship offer letter) and you will have 31 days from that date to enroll or waive coverage. More information about this plan can be found here: https://hr.uconn.edu/ga-health-insurance/.

             

            Pay Fee Bill

            The Fall 2022 fee bill for graduate students is due by Friday, August 26, 2022.

            Students will receive an email notification from the Bursar’s Office once tuition and fees have been posted to their account. Graduate student fees bills are generated in late July/early August for the Fall semester and in December for the Spring semester. Your bill must be paid by the Friday before the first day of the semester. You can view your fee bill through your Student Center in Student Admin. Payment options, as well as deadlines, student fee information, and the late fee policy, can be found at https://bursar.uconn.edu/. Students who are receiving financial aid should contact the Office of Student Financial Aid Services, https://financialaid.uconn.edu/, with any questions about their aid package.

            Please note:

            • MPA, MPP, and Public Financial Management students follow a tiered pay structure. Students pay an adjusted General University Fee because the School of Public Policy is based at the UConn Hartford campus. Students also do not pay the Student Health & Wellness Fee or the Student Rec Center Fee.
            • All other SPP students pay an all-inclusive, per credit fee.

            Complete Survey for Alumni Mentor Network (Masters students only)

            The School of Public Policy is pleased to offer alumni and students the opportunity to learn from each other through its Alumni Mentoring Network. With a national network of more than 1,400 alumni, SPP alumni represent a wealth of professional experience across the public, nonprofit, and private sectors. All new MPA, MPA Fellows, MPP, and MASR students will be matched with an alumni mentor. On August 4th you received an email to your UConn email from SPP Alumni Relations Coordinator Candace Fitzpatrick inviting you to participate in the program and complete a survey to help us match you with a mentor with expertise in areas of interest to you. Please check your UConn email for instructions and your survey link.

            If you have any questions about the Alumni Mentoring Network or the survey, please email Candace Fitzpatrick at candace.fitzpatrick@uconn.edu.

            Complete Incoming Student Survey (Masters students only)

            A link to complete this survey will be sent to your UConn email in late-August prior to the start of the semester.

            Course Registration

              Master of Public Administration (non-executive track MPA)

              Courses are offered during the week in Hartford or in Storrs as listed in our course schedulesNote: Saturday sections are Fellows (executive MPA) only. 

              To register for your courses, log into the Student Administration System using your NetID and password. Utilize UConn's Student Administration System user guide to familiarize yourself with site functions and learn how to navigate the system. Course descriptions and course schedules are available.

              Note: A laptop is required for in-person courses.

              Please contact Administrative Program Director Catherine Guarino at catherine.guarino@uconn.edu to confirm your course selections.

              Full-time students: New full-time students typically take the following four courses in their first fall semester for a total of 12 credits. Nine-credits is considered full-time at the graduate-level.

              1. PP 5340 Introduction to Public Policy and Management
              2. PP 5361 Theory and Management of Public Organizations
              3. PP 5370 Applied Research Design (offered in fall only)
              4. PP 5375 Economic Analysis for Public Policy and Management (offered in fall only)


              Part-time students:
              New part-time students (taking less than 9 credits) typically take PP 5340 Introduction to Public Policy and Management and PP 5375 Economic Analysis for Public Policy and Management.

               

              MPA Fellows (executive track)

              To register for your courses, log into the Student Administration System using your NetID and password. Utilize UConn's Student Administration System user guide to familiarize yourself with site functions and learn how to navigate the system. Course descriptions and course schedules are available.

              Note: A laptop is required for in-person courses.

              Please contact Administrative Program Director Catherine Guarino at catherine.guarino@uconn.edu if you encounter any registration issues. Fellows advisor Professor Bill Simonsen (william.simonsen@uconn.edu) is available during the summer for those who would like to schedule an advising meeting.

              New Fellows typically these courses in their first fall semester. Sections are offered in Hartford on Saturdays as listed in our course schedules.

              1. PP 5340 Introduction to Public Policy and Management (section H73; meets on 9/10, 9/17, 9/24, 10/1, 10/15)
              2. PP 5364 Public Finance and Budgeting* (meets on 10/22, 10/29, 11/12, 11/19, 12/3)

              *Students also pursuing a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management can choose between PP 5364 or PP 5328 Business Functions of Nonprofit Management. PP 5328 is entirely online and runs for the duration of the fall semester.

               

              Master of Public Policy (MPP)

              Courses are offered during the week in Hartford or in Storrs as listed in our course schedulesNote: Saturday sections are Fellows (executive MPA) only. 

              To register for your courses, log into the Student Administration System using your NetID and password. Utilize UConn's Student Administration System user guide to familiarize yourself with site functions and learn how to navigate the system. Course descriptions and course schedules are available.

              Note: A laptop is required for in-person courses.

              Please contact Administrative Program Director Catherine Guarino at catherine.guarino@uconn.edu to confirm your course selections.

              Full-time students: New full-time students typically take the following four courses in their first fall semester for a total of 12 credits. Nine-credits is considered full-time at the graduate-level.

              1. PP 5340 Introduction to Public Policy and Management
              2. PP 5370 Applied Research Design (offered in fall only)
              3. PP 5375 Economic Analysis for Public Policy and Management (offered in fall only)
              4. Elective (see list of MPA and MPP electives)

              Part-time students: New part-time students (taking less than 9 credits) typically take PP 5340 Introduction to Public Policy and Management and PP 5370 Applied Research Design. All part-time students should consult with Administrative Program Director Catherine Guarino prior to registering for the fall semester.

               

              Survey Research (MASR and Graduate Certificate)

              Courses are offered online in a asynchronous format through HuskyCT. Semester offerings are listed in our course schedules. Nine-credits is considered full-time at the graduate-level. Please contact Administrative Program Director Catherine Guarino at catherine.guarino@uconn.edu to confirm your course selections.

              To register for your courses, log into the Student Administration System using your NetID and password. Utilize UConn's Student Administration System user guide to familiarize yourself with site functions and learn how to navigate the system. Course descriptions and course schedules are available.

              Full-time MASR students: Typical first semester MASR courses for full-time students (9 or more credits) beginning in the fall semester are:

              1. PP 5376 Applied Quantitative Methods (fall only)
              2. PP 5379 Principles and Methods of Survey Research I
              3. PP 5385 Attitude Formation (fall only)

              Part-time MASR students: Typical first semester MASR courses for part-time students (fewer than 9 credits) are:

              1. PP 5376 Applied Quantitative Methods (fall only)
              2. PP 5379 Principles and Methods of Survey Research I

              Certificate students: Students typically take one or two courses each semester. They must complete a total of 12 credits (including PP 5379) in order to earn the certificate. Typical first semester Certificate course(s) are:

              1. PP 5379 Principles and Methods of Survey Research I (required; fall only)
              2. (optional) Survey Research course aligned with your goals/interests (view courses)

              Graduate Certificates (Nonprofit Management, Leadership and Public Management, Public Financial Management)

              To register for your courses, log into the Student Administration System using your NetID and password. Utilize UConn's Student Administration System user guide to familiarize yourself with site functions and learn how to navigate the system. Course descriptions and course schedules are available.

              Note: A laptop is required for in-person courses.

              Please contact Administrative Program Director Catherine Guarino at catherine.guarino@uconn.edu to confirm your course selections.

               

              Nonprofit Management Certificate (NPM)
              Courses are offered online in a asynchronous format through HuskyCT. Semester offerings are listed in our course schedules. Students typically take one or two courses each semester. They must complete four of the below 3-credit graduate courses for a total of 12 credits in order to earn the certificate. 

              Required Courses:

                • PP 5323: Leading and Governing Nonprofit Organizations (Fall semester)
                • PP 5328: Business Functions for Nonprofits (Fall semester)

              Choose two of the following courses:

                • PP 5319: Program Development (Spring semester)
                • PP 5324: Grant Writing and Government Contracting (Spring semester and summer session)
                • PP 5329: Nonprofit Advocacy, Government Relations, and Law (Spring semester)
                • PP 5336: Fund Development and Nonprofit Sustainability (Fall semester)
                • PP 5366: Executive Leadership (Summer session; in-person)

               

              Leadership and Public Management Certificate (LPM) & Public Financial Management Certificate (PFM) 
              A total of 12 credits is required to complete the LPM and PFM certificates. Students typically take one or two courses each semester. Semester offerings are listed in our course schedules. Students in these programs should contact Catherine Guarino, Administrative Program Director, to determine appropriate selection of courses.

              New Student Orientation

                See Program Specific Information

                MPA and MPP Students
                New Student Orientation for MPA and MPP students is Thursday, August 25 from 12:00 - 5:00pm followed by our annual SPP Welcome Reception from 5:00 - 6:30pm. Both events will be held in-person at UConn Hartford. Register here.

                MPA Fellows (executive track)
                New Student Orientation for MPA Fellows is Thursday, August 25 from 3:00 - 5:00pm followed by our annual SPP Welcome Reception from 5:00 - 6:30pm. Both events will be held in-person at UConn Hartford. Register here.

                Survey Research Students
                UConn Online offers resources for all online students.  An orientation slide deck for new students is also be available on HuskyCT in the Department's "Information for Current SPP Students" organization. All survey research students are invited to our annual SPP Welcome Reception on Thursday, August 25 from 5:00 - 6:30pm at UConn Hartford.

                All Students
                All new graduate students are encouraged to complete The Graduate School's online orientation experience, as it will provide important information about academic and everyday life at UConn, and is the first step to ensuring your success and getting you connected to our community. The orientation materials include videos and modules designed to help you navigate the various opportunities at UConn in order to gain valuable skills and experiences to enhance your graduate education.

                All newly-matriculated graduate students will receive an email notification when access to the Graduate Student Orientation materials in HuskyCT has been granted. The materials are contained within "The Graduate School Orientation" organization within lms.uconn.edu.

                All new and returning SPP students are invited to our annual SPP Welcome Reception on Thursday, August 25 from 5:00 - 6:30pm at UConn Hartford.

                Resources for Online Students

                UConn Online is the gateway for all online undergraduate and graduate courses, post baccalaureate certificates, graduate certificates, and graduate programs at the University of Connecticut.

                UConn Online courses provide outstanding opportunities for students to connect worldwide with faculty and peers in engaging and flexible online learning environments. Our courses provide the same level of rigor, quality, and excellence found on the UConn campuses with the added convenience and flexibility of a web-based environment.

                Additional Tasks and Information

                  Review HuskyCT and Academic Calendar

                  HuskyCT (UConn's name for Blackboard)
                  On the first day of classes you can find your course(s) for the semester under "Courses" in HuskyCT.  Online courses are run through HuskyCT and in-person courses may also utilize the site. Courses will open the first day of the semester. Instructors may post course materials, online assignments, discussion forums, tests and grades.

                  We also maintain an SPP student services and advising area on HuskyCT titled "Information for Current SPP Students". This page is listed under 'organizations' and is available 24/7 for active students. It is meant to be your first place for administrative questions regarding your academic career with us.

                   

                  Academic Calendar
                  The Registrar's office publishes the University's Academic Calendar. The Fall 2022 semester begins on Monday, August 29, 2022.

                  Review Hartford Campus Resources

                  Students should familiarize themselves with the complete list of resources available for Hartford campus students. Two resources are explained in detail below:

                  Center for Students with Disabilities
                  If you are a student with a disability and require accommodations, please register with the Center for Students with Disabilities (CSD) prior to the start of the semester. Complete information regarding the accommodations, services and programs coordinated through the Center can be found on their website.

                  Students can register with CSD online via MyAccess or from the CSD homepage. Paper-based Student Information Forms are available to download from the CSD website. With questions, contact CSD in Hartford at Hartford.DisabilityServices@UConn.edu.

                   

                  Student Health and Wellness Services
                  UConn’s Student Health and Wellness Services (SHaWS) has a variety of services available to the UConn community. They also have a Mental Health specific website, which includes virtual workshops. 

                  Hartford Point of Contact:
                  Naa Opoku-Gyamfi, LPC – Clinical Case Manager
                  Naa.Opoku-Gyamfi@UConn.edu
                  959-200-3905

                  Resources Specifically at the Hartford Campus:

                    • Free and Confidential Appointments
                    • Individual Assessments
                    • Educational Materials
                    • Crisis Intervention
                    • Brief and Therapeutic Support
                    • Wellness Workshops
                    • Case Management
                    • Outreach
                    • Telehealth Capability
                    • Referrals to Community Providers and Services

                  Obtain Course Materials

                  UConn Bookstore
                  Students can use the UConn Bookstore's "Find Course Materials" site to view and purchase textbooks and other course materials. Be sure to select the correct section of your course. Professors may also choose to upload course materials to their HuskyCT course site. The Bookstore for the Hartford campus is located on Front Street across from the Hartford Times Building.

                  Review Courses, Programs, Policies, and Procedures

                  By accepting admission, you assume responsibility for knowing and complying with the University regulations and procedures. The Graduate School Catalog contains information about regulations and procedures, as well as programs and course descriptions. It is available electronically at https://gradcatalog.uconn.edu. Similarly the Undergraduate Catalog describes advance undergraduate courses that sometimes can be applied toward a graduate degree. It is available electronically at https://catalog.uconn.edu.

                  In addition, SPP maintains a more robust list of course descriptions on our website.

                  The Graduate School’s website is also an essential resource for information for current students. Please familiarize yourself with their website: https://grad.uconn.edu.

                   

                  Information for MPA Fellows

                  All Fellows are featured in the Meet Our Current MPA Fellows directory. Please submit the Fellows profile form to be featured. With questions, contact Wade Gibbs, Administrative Coordinator, at wade.gibbs@uconn.edu.

                  Information for Graduate Assistants

                  If you have been offered a Graduate Assistantship (GA) within the School of Public Policy, please review the following information.

                  • Fall 2022 GA positions will begin August 23, 2022. UConn's Graduate School website has more information about Graduate Assistantships.
                  • Graduate Assistants will receive their official offer letter in the near future by email from Wade Gibbs along with requests for other necessary payroll paperwork, such as the I-9 form. Watch your email for the offer letter, as well as more information about an SPP GA Orientation near the end of the summer.
                  • The offer letter will include information about the opportunity as a GA to obtain health benefits through the “Connecticut Partnership Plan.”  If you would like to get a head start on reviewing options and learn more, please visit UConn HR's Graduate Assistant Health Insurance webpage.
                  • We would like to include a profile of our Graduate Assistants on our website's "People" directoryPlease complete the SPP Graduate Assistantship Profile form by June 20, 2022.

                  Wade GibbsIf you have any questions about your Graduate Assistantship, please feel free to contact Wade Gibbs, Administrative Coordinator, at wade.gibbs@uconn.edu.  Congratulations!

                  Information for International Students

                  Visit the International Student & Scholar Services (ISSS) website for new student information and next steps. In addition, the ISSS Hartford office serves the advising needs of international students and scholars on F and J visas at the UConn Hartford campus, School of Social Work and Graduate Business Learning Center.

                  ISSS also hosts a series of new student webinars over the summer to help you prepare for the fall semester.

                  International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) has scheduled their mandatory all day international graduate student orientation for fall 2022 for Monday, August 22, 2022. Students should plan to attend all day from 8:15 am to 4 pm. This program is intended for Storrs campus students; however, graduate students at Avery Point, in the School of Social Work, and School of Public Policy are welcome to attend as well if they have transportation to campus. If they do not attend this orientation, the Avery Point and Hartford campus ISSS advisors will arrange for an alternate meeting time with these students. Please contact international@uconn.edu with any questions.

                  Housing Information

                  UConn Hartford does not provide on-campus housing although there are many apartments for rent in the immediate area. Find off-campus housing and roommates near campus through https://offcampushousing.uconn.edu/. Select “Housing” then “Hartford Campus” on top of page.

                  Information for Non-Degree Students

                    Next Steps

                    Visit Non-degree and Visiting Student Services for registration and next step information for non-degree study at UConn. All School of Public Policy (SPP) non-degree students will need a permission number in order to register for Public Policy (PP) coursework. Please submit our permission number request form. The fall 2022 semester begins Monday, August 29.

                    Questions or need assistance? Contact Administrative Program Director Catherine Guarino at catherine.guarino@uconn.edu.

                    Questions or Need Assistance?

                    Catherine Guarino

                    Please contact Catherine Guarino, Administrative Program Director, at catherine.guarino@uconn.edu or 959-200-3753. Catherine directs student services, enrollment, and admissions for our department and is a great resource. She is your primary point of contact as new SPP students as students do not typically begin working with their faculty advisors until the semester begins. Catherine is also available for phone, virtual, or in-person meetings.

                    If you would like to visit the UConn Hartford campus, please use this link to schedule a campus tour with SPP Outreach Coordinator Luciano Lawrence.