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Useful Information for Regional Campus Students Changing to the Storrs Campus

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ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT CENTER

860-486-6972

works one-on-one and in group settings with students who would like to improve their academic performance. The goal of the Academic Achievement Center is to help students develop the knowledge, attitudes and behaviors necessary to achieve at the highest levels.
First floor, CUE Building.
More information is at their website.

ACCOMMODATIONS

Hotel, Motel, Bed & Breakfast:
More information is at their website.

ACES (Academic Center for Exploratory Students)

860-486-1788
Located on the first floor of the CUE building.
ACES includes Exploratory/Undecided Majors, Pre-Education, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Kinesiology. It also includes students who did not get into another college (BU, EG, etc.) and still want to.

ACTIVITIES FAIR (Student Involvement Fair)

Early in fall semester in the Student Union.

ADMISSIONS

Located in the Tasker Building.

ADVISORS, ACADEMIC

Availability will vary from school to school.

  • ACES: 860-486-1788
  • Agriculture and Natural Resources: 860-486-2919
  • Business Administration: 860-486-2315
  • Education: 860-486-3813
  • Engineering: 860-486-5466
  • Fine Arts: 860-486-3016
  • Liberal Arts and Sciences: 860-486-2822
  • Nursing: 860-486-1937
  • Ratcliffe Hicks: 860-486-2919
ADVISING HOLD (BAR)

Prevents a student from registering for classes. Students must meet with an advisor in the student's school/college to have it lifted. New students must consult an academic advisor before using the PeopleSoft system to register.

AFRICAN AMERICAN CULTURAL CENTER

860-486-3433
Located on the 4th floor of the Student Union Building.

AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION

The options available for getting to and from Bradley Airport follow:

  • LIMO SERVICE
    • Connecticut Limousine: 1-800-472-LIMO
    • Beverly Hills Limousine: 860-687-1822 to and from Bradley
    • BUS LINESYou may purchase tickets for the Peter
    • Pan/Bonanza Bus or pick-up the latest copies of bus schedules at the UConn Co-op's (860-486-3537) Customer Service Counter.
    • Bonanza Bus Lines: runs out of Peter Pan Bus Lines.
    • Peter Pan Bus Lines: 1-800-237-8747.
    • CT Transit, Hartford, CT at 860-525-9181
  • TAXI SERVICE
    • Norwich Taxi LLC: 860-456-2227, 860-848-2227
    • Valley Cab: 860-232-9730
    • Airport Ace Taxi: 866-875-0323 for service to Bradley.
    • Farmington Valley Livery: 860-798-7212 to and from Bradley.
  • AIRPORT SHUTTLE/UNION STATION UCONN SHUTTLE
    The Bradley Airport and Union Station shuttles are open to all faculty, staff, students, and studentÕs immediate family. Scheduling of the shuttles should take place between the hours of 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday by calling Erin at 860-486-6902. Please give a minimum of one weeks notice. The operational times for the Bradley Airport/Union Station Shuttle pick-ups and drop-offs:
    Monday - Thursday 7 a.m.- 10 p.m.;
    Friday 7 a.m.- 12 a.m.;
    Saturday 9 a.m.- 12 a.m.;
    Sunday 10 a.m.- 10 p.m.

For more information please visit the parking website.

ALCOHOL POLICY

2008-2009 On Campus Housing Contract

Alcohol: General Policies
Providing alcohol to a minor is prohibited. Behavior which is potentially harmful to oneself or others or which disturbs the learning and/or living environment at the University because of the use, sale, service or possession of alcohol is prohibited. Guests are prohibited from bringing alcohol into any on-campus housing. Open containers and/or consumption of alcohol in public areas (bathrooms, hallways, lounges, outside, stairs etc.) are prohibited. The abuse of alcohol as well as public intoxication, regardless of age or where it was consumed, is a violation of this Contract.

Alcohol: Excessive Amounts
Any one (1) resident age 21 or older cannot possess more than one 12 pack of beer, or 1 liter of wine, or 1 liter of liquor (80 proof maximum) in their room or apartment at one time. For example, in a double room or apartment (where two (2) residents are present and both are age 21 or older), the maximum quantity of alcohol allowed is a 24 pack of beer, or 2 liters of wine or 2 liters of liquor (80 proof maximum) in their room or apartment at one time. In a quad room or apartment (where four (4) residents are present and all four (4) are age 21 or older), the maximum quantity of alcohol allowed is a 48 pack of beer, or 4 liters of wine or 4 liters of liquor (80 proof maximum) in the room or apartment at one time. These amounts are restricted to personal use.

Alcohol: Common Source
Alcohol containers and paraphernalia (beer balls, tables used for beer pong, funnels, kegs, games or other items that promote the consumption of alcohol, etc.) are prohibited and may be disposed of or confiscated.

Alcohol: Underage Residents
Possession and/or consumption of alcoholic beverages is prohibited by residents who are under the age of 21. The possession or presence of empty alcohol containers where all residents are under the age of 21 may be viewed as evidence of possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages.

For complete information, please view the housing contract.

ALUMNI CENTER AND HUSKY HERITAGE SPORTS MUSEUM

HOURS: Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.- 5 p.m.

ART MUSEUM

The Benton
HOURS: Gallery — Tuesday through Friday 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m, Saturday & Sunday 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Please contact The Benton at 860-486-4520 for hours of the Cafe and museum store.

ASIAN-AMERICAN CULTURAL CENTER

860-486-0830

Located on the 4th floor of the Student Union Building.

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BANKING
  • BANK OF AMERICA
    574 Middle Turnpike (Rte. 44)
    Mansfield: 800-432-1000; M-W 9a-4
    Th&F 9a-5p, Sat. 9a-12p.
    Bank of America Tower for deposit/withdrawal on corner of Dog Lane & Route 195.
  • BANK NORTH
    95 Storrs Rd (Rte. 195)
    Mansfield: 860-465-2782
    M-W 9a-6p, Th.-F 9a-8p
    Sat. 9a-3p.
  • LIBERTY BANK
    1132 Storrs Rd (Rte. 195)
    Storrs: 860-429-5121; M-W 9a-4p
    Th. 9a-6p, F 9a-5p, Sat. 9a-12p.
  • PEOPLE'S BANK
    UConn Co-op: 860-487-2055
    M-W 9a-5p, Th. 9a-7p
    F 9a-5p, Sat. 10a-2p
  • ATM LOCATIONS ON-CAMPUS
    UConn Co-op, Student Union, Library, Gampel Pavilion, Wilbur Cross and South Campus Lobby
  • NEW ALLIANCE BANK
    596 Middle Turnpike (Rte. 44)
    Storrs: 860-487-7025
    M-W 9a-4p, Th. 9a-6p
    F 9a-4p, Sat. 9a-12p.
  • SAVINGS INSTITUTE
    Located off Rt. 195 at the Eastbrook Mall: 860-423-1603
  • Webster Bank
    1 Royce Circle
    Suite 102
    Storrs CT 06268
    860-487-9404
Webster Bank On-Campus ATM Locations
Uconn Co-op, Student Union, Library, Gampel Pavilion, Wilbur Cross and South Campus Lobby
BURSAR

Located in Wilbur Cross Building, 1st floor.

BUSES

Start running the first day of classes - Monday, August 25th.

BUS (CAMPUS SHUTTLE) SCHEDULE
  • ON CAMPUS
    All information about routes, contact phone numbers, rules, etc. is available on the user-friendly, printable-format website at www.park.uconn.edu
  • OFF CAMPUS
    Schedules for Bus Lines that take students off campus can be picked up at the UConn Co-op or accessed at the Co-op website

The WRTD schedule can be found at 860-456-2223. (2008-2009 Policy: no charge for students with a valid UConn ID)

The Buckland Hills Mall Shuttle will operate through SUBOG (Student Union Board of Governors). For more information visit the events calendar at www.subog.uconn.edu

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CABLE TV

HUSKY VISION
860-486-4357 and select Option 2
Students can access the website: www.tv.uconn.edu Husky Vision was included in the cost of on-campus housing. To obtain Husky Vision students will need a cable- ready television and a coax cable. Husky Vision includes the local channels along with ESPN, Lifetime, A&E, and more. Options such as HBO and Cinemax are available at an additional charge.

CATALOG, UNDERGRAD

Students can access the current catalog at the following website: www.catalog.uconn.edu

**A paper copy of the catalog can be purchased at the UConn Co-op for parents or students who want one.

CARPETS

Carpets for rooms can be purchased at the UConn Co-op.

CERTIFICATIONS

Certifications will be available to students through the PeopleSoft Student Administration System. Valid for students that need certification of enrollment or academic status for loan deferments, job procurement, scholarships, insurance, international student I.D. cards, licensing exams or other purposes.

CHANGES: NAME, ADDRESS, or SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER

UConn students' can update their address in the Student Administration (PeopleSoft) System.

Name and Social Security Number changes require official documentation.

Please contact the RegistrarÕs office at: 860-486-3331 to make these changes.

CHANGING ROOMS

See CA/Hall/Community Director of Residence Hall.

CHECK CASHING

The UConn Co-op no longer cashes checks; however, customers can overwrite checks for up to $50.00 on a purchase.

CHECK-IN HOURS (Residence Halls)

Access ResLife's website for check-in times and locations

CHECK-IN LOCATIONS FOR RESIDENCE HALLS

In order to make your check-in process positive, Residential Life would appreciate your adherence to the specific check-in times, the staggered check-in schedule, and customized directions to campus. This information is available at the following web address: http://www.reslife.uconn.edu/checkin/

CHILD CARE

Day Care Facilities Information Line 1-800-505-1000

The Info line lists day care openings at facilities within the area. The parent/guardian then contacts that facility directly.

UCONN'S CHILD LABS

860-486-2865

CLUB/ORGANIZATION LISTING

List at the Student Activities website.

COMMUNITY SERVICE DAYS

For information and to sign up go to the website: www.volunteer.uconn.edu

COMPLEX OFFICES - (RESIDENCE HALLS)
  • EAST COMPLEX OFFICE
    Located in Keller-Fenwick, Towers
    Responsible for: East Campus Halls, Towers, Mansfield Apartments & Husky Village.
    Phone: 860-486-3237
  • NORTH COMPLEX OFFICE
    Located in Hartford Hall, North Campus
    Responsible for North Campus, Northwest Complex & Busby Suites.
    Phone: 860-486-3412
  • SOUTH COMPLEX OFFICE
    Located in Rome Building D, South Campus
    Responsible for South Campus, Alumni Quad, Shippee & Buckley.
    Phone: 860-486-5556
  • WEST COMPLEX OFFICE
    Located Alsop B, West Campus
    Responsible for West Campus, Graduate Residences, McMahon Hall & Hilltop & Hilltop Suites.
    Phone: 860-486-5558
  • HILLTOP APARTMENT COMPLEX OFFICE
    Located in Hilltop Community Center.
    Phone: 860-486-4330
  • CHARTER OAK & NORTHWOOD APARTMENTS COMPLEX OFFICE
    Located Charter Oak Community Center. Responsible for Charter Oak Apartments and Northwood Apartments.
    Phone: 860-486-2639
COPY MACHINES

Located in the Wilbur Cross Building and the Library

CPIA OFFICE (Counseling Program for Intercollegiate Athletes)

860-486-5515

Located in Hall Dorm, 2nd Floor

CREDIT EVALUATION (Transfer Students)

860-486-3137

Transfer Admissions Office - In Undergraduate Admissions Building (Tasker Building)

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DAIRY BAR

860-486-2634

Regular Hours in September: 11:00 a.m. Š 8:00 p.m.

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EMPLOYMENT, STUDENT

Visit Student Employment's Website for available student labor and work-study positions.

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FARMER BROWNS PARKING

Parking near X Lot (Across from Ted's & Huskies Bar) 860-306-3051

Parking spaces in 2008 cost $799.00 plus tax per academic year on a space available basis. Lot off King Hill Road.

FERPA RELEASE FORM

Found on Parents Association Website

Allows a parent to receive their student's grades or other confidential information, such as billing or financial aid information. Must be completed and signed by the student and sent to the appropriate office (Registrar for grades, Bursar for bills, Student Financial Aid Services for financial aid information). Forms are not kept on file, so a copy of the Release must accompany each request for information. Requests for grades should not be sent until after grades are posted. Students have online access to grades and billing information through the Student Administration (PeopleSoft) system.

FIELD HOUSE

Also called the Student Recreation Facility. See Student Recreation Facility.

FINANCIAL AID SERVICES

860-486-2819

Includes Financial Aid, Student Employment, Scholarships & Veterans Benefits Located in the first floor of the Wilbur Cross building.

FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE PROGRAM (FYE)

860-486-3378

Located in the CUE building, 2nd floor.

FOOD COURT, STUDENT UNION

Union Street Market on the first floor of the Student Union is a five concept eatery featuring:

  • Tostada Grill — made to order burritos, tacos & other fresh Mexican specialties.
  • FireSide Rotisserie — rotisserie meats served with a selection of fresh made side dishes.
  • Pompeii Oven — made to order pizza, pasta, baked grinders & other Italian specialties.
  • The Good Earth — specialty salads and wraps, made to order.
  • Union Street Cafe — a full line of espresso and coffee drinks, bakery items-made fresh daily, UConn ice cream and Freshens smoothies.
  • Market Express — pre-packaged "Express" options from all the Union Street market concepts as well as specialty beverages, sushi, snacks and more.

Franchise Vendors also located in the Food Court:

  • Blimpie's
  • Panda Express
  • Wendy's
FYE

See First Year Experience Program.

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HEALTH HOLD (BAR)

Prevents a student from registering for classes. Go to the Dept. of Health Services to find out what the problem is or call 860-486-0750.

HEALTH INSURANCE

Health Insurance Policy brochure can be found at shs.uconn.edu. For questions or concerns regarding the Health Insurance Policy please call 860-486-4535.

HEALTH INSURANCE WAIVER

Done through a student's Student Administration (PeopleSoft) system if s/he wants to waive the University Health Insurance charge.

HEALTH SERVICES

860-486-4700

Advice Nurse: 860-486-3427

Counseling & Mental Health Services: 860-486-4705

HISTORY, NATURAL MUSEUM (Museum of Natural History and Archaeology Center)

Phone: 860-486-4460

Located between McMahon Residence Hall and the Co-op.

HONORS OFFICE

860-486-4223

Located on the 4th floor of the CUE building.

HONORS PROGRAM

If a student is interested in being a part of the Honors Program they should contact the Honors office.

HONORS RESIDENCE HALLS

Most First year Honors students will live in Shippee Hall. Many upperclassmen Honor's Students choose to live in South A.

HUSKY BUCKS

One Card Office
Wilbur Cross Building Room 207
Phone: 860-486-3129

A pre-paid flexible debit account for use at the Co-op, Jorgensen, and most on-campus dining service operations for supplemental food or for guests. A balance can be put on the UConn ID card (Husky OneCard) for use around campus.

Deposits can also be made at the OneCard website. Deposits can also be made at:

  • ONE CARD OFFICE
    Wilbur Cross Building, 2nd floor
  • UCONN CO-OP
    For cash deposits < $100, please use the Cash Value Terminal located next to the convenience store
  • HOMER BABBIDGE LIBRARY
    Computer & Copy Services Desk for cash deposits; please use the Cash Value Terminal located on the first floor.
  • STUDENT UNION
    For cash deposits, please use the Cash Value Terminal located on the ground floor

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I.D. CARD (also known as HuskyOne or STUDENT ID card)

One Card Office, Wilbur Cross Building, 2nd floor
Open Monday through Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

IF A STUDENT NEEDS TO HAVE AN I.D. PHOTO TAKEN

Send him/her to the One Card Office in Wilbur Cross

First I.D. picture is taken free

Replacement I.D.'s cost $15.00 each (cash or check)

No longer needs a Validation sticker because it is encrypted in card.

IMMUNIZATION PAPERS

Pick-up or drop-off at the Student Health Services Building

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT & SCHOLAR SERVICES

Located in the McMahon Hall, Main Floor, Suite 183.

INTRAMURALS

For questions about Intramurals stop by or call the Student Recreation Facility at 860-486-2837.

More information about intramurals can be found at this website

IN-STATE RESIDENCY QUESTIONS

Questions should be referred directly to the Department of Admissions in the Tasker Building or the Dean of Students Office in Wilbur Cross.

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JOBS (STUDENT)

Looking for a job, visit the Student Employment's website for available student labor and work-study positions.

JORGENSEN CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

860-486-4226

Box Office is open Monday through Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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LATE NIGHT, UCONN

Late Night is a program designed to provide the UConn student body with free, fun, exciting quality entertainment that appeals to a diverse population during peak social times. UConn Late Night also provides a unique opportunity for socializing, organizational development, friendship and student involvement.

Every Friday and Saturday Night from 9:00 p.m. -1:00 a.m. A Majority of the events are FREE!!!!

LAUNDRY

Laundry machines are operated with the Student ID Card using Husky Bucks. Students can put money on their ID card at the One Card Office in the Wilbur Cross Building.

It costs $1.25 to wash and $1.25 to dry a load of laundry.

If the card does not work in the laundry machines go to the One Card Office; 2nd Floor of the Wilbur Cross Building.

REPORT LAUNDRY PROBLEMS TO MACGRAY:
MacGray Website OR 1-800-MAC-GRAY (24 hrs day/7 days/week)

LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER or LRC

Located on the first floor of the Homer Babbidge Library. The Learning Resource Center provides technology assistance to UConn undergraduate students in Storrs and the Regional campuses. This is done through seminars, on-line help, telephone assistance, and face-to-face contact in Homer Babbidge Library. Access http://www.lrc.uconn.edu for a schedule of fall workshops.

LIBRARY

Hours:

  • Monday through Thursday: 7:30 a.m. – 2 a.m.
  • Friday: 7:30 a.m. – 10 p.m.
  • Saturday: 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.
  • Sunday: 10 a.m. – 2 a.m.
LOCKERS (Commuters)

Will be available in the Student Union at the start of the Semester.

LOFTS/BUNKS

Lofts are only allowed in specific residence halls. The only 'bunks' allowed are where the university has already provided 'bunk-able' furniture. Homemade lofts are prohibited. For more information students can go to their residence hall CA or complex office.

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MAIL (Outgoing)

The mailroom located on the second floor of the Co-op will mail UPS, large packages, etc: 860-486-1322.

Mail goes to Storrs Post Office at 3:00 p.m. each day.

MAIL (STUDENT)

Student mailrooms will be open the first day of classes Monday, Aug. 25 when the student's mail delivery begins.

CA's will distribute mailbox combinations at the first floor meeting. If the hall is not listed below, they have combination mailboxes.

  • Buckley
  • Alumn
  • Towers
  • West
  • Hilltop Apartments
  • Hilltop Suites

Format for a student's mail address on campus:

  • Student's Name
  • Room #, Residence Hall
  • Storrs, CT 06269
MAPS

Campus Maps are available at the Lodewick Visitors Center, at the Student Service Center in Wilbur Cross and the Admissions building (Tasker Building.). The Co-op Bookstore has state maps and atlases for sale.

MARCHING BAND

Contact Dr. David Mills, Director at 860-486-2165 (Office)

MEAL PLAN OPTIONS

DEPT. OF DINING SERVICES
Wilbur Cross Building. 2nd floor
860- 486-3128.

MENINGITIS VACCINATION

State Law requires a meningitis vaccination for all students living in university owned housing.

Check at the Student Health Services web page.

MONEY MACHINES (ATMS)

May carry fees for use

  • Bank Of America: Student Union and on the corner of Dog Lane next to Store 24 (Bank of America)
  • People's Bank: Student Union, Co-op, and Storrs Commons Shopping Center
  • Liberty Bank: 1132 Storrs Road (Route 195)
  • T.D. Bank North: 95 Storrs Road (Route 195)
  • Savings Institute: East Brook Mall
  • New Alliance: 1232 Storrs Road (Route 195)
MONEY ORDERS

Can be purchased at People's Bank in the UConn Co-op.

MOVING ROOMS

See CA/Hall/Community Director of Residence Hall. Room moves will not be possible during the first three weeks of the semester.

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NATHAN HALE INN

An on-campus accomodation

860-427-7888

NET ID

IF A STUDENT DOES NOT REMEMBER THEIR NET ID
They can look that up by typing in their name at www.phonebook.uconn.edu.

IF A STUDENT CANNOT REMEMBER THEIR PASSWORD:
Call UITS at 860-486-4357 to have the password reset.

More information can be found at the NetID website.

NEWSPAPERS/MAGAZINES

Can be found at the UConn Co-op 860-486-3537 & the Library Newstand.

NON-DEGREE CLASSES

Non-Degree Study Program, Bishop Center 860-486-4631.

NORTH CAMPUS PARKING GARAGE RATES

For daily parking garage ratesclick here.

NOTARY PUBLIC

Co-op Bookstore Accounting Office, and the Student Service Center in Wilbur Cross.

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OFF-CAMPUS STUDENT SERVICES

The Office of Off-Campus Student Services, part of the Division of Student Affairs, offers resources and advocacy for UCONN students' off-campus living and/or commuting experience. Visit their website at: http://www.offcampus.uconn.edu/, or contact their office at 860-486-8006.

OLDER UNDERGRADUATES

Can live in the Graduate Residences

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PAINTING ROOMS

Students in some areas of campus are not allowed to paint their rooms. Students should check with their Complex to find out if rooms can be painted in their area.

PARENTS ASSOCIATION

Website

All parents of undergraduates are automatically members of the UConn Parents Association. There is no fee to join because the UCPA is supported by the UConn Foundation. Parents receive three newsletters a year from the UCPA.

PARKING

DEPT. OF PARKING SERVICES
860-486-4930
HOURS: Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Students registering their vehicles by mail with Parking Services have already received their parking permits. Students registering after the deadline can pick up their parking permits in person at the Parking Services Office beginning Monday, August 11th. Resident students must have completed 54 credits before they qualify to register a vehicle at the Storrs Campus.

Freshmen and sophomore resident students are not eligible to purchase a permit. Students with special parking requests for medical reasons are required to submit a letter from their doctor to the Parking Services Office. HIPPA forms are available in the Parking Services Office and must be completed before a medical parking request can be processed.

Students need to go to the Parking Services Office with a valid driver's license, vehicle registration, proof of insurance and the appropriate fee. Payment types accepted are cash, checks and Husky Bucks.

PEOPLESOFT HELP

Available on line at peoplesofthelp.uconn.edu.

Also known as the Student Administration System.

PUERTO RICAN/LATIN AMERICAN CULTURAL CENTER

860-486-1135

Located on the fourth floor of the Student Union Building.

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"Q" CENTER

860-486-1961

Assistance for all "Q" courses.

First floor, CUE Building.

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RAINBOW CENTER

860-486-5821

Located in the Student Union, Fourth Floor

READMISSION

Dean of Students Office, Wilbur Cross Building: 860-486-3426

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

Registrar's Office, Wilbur Cross Building, 860-486-3331.

REFRIGERATORS

UConn does not rent refrigerators to students. Students need to bring their own. Refrigerator specifications can be obtained from the Residential Life website

RESIDENTIAL EDUCATION CENTERS (RECs)

ResNet staff will be available to provide assistance to students verifying that their computer is securely configured before connecting to the campus network. In these residential education centers staff will teach students how to best protect their own computers against viruses. REC Locations are:

  • Northwest -Above Northwest Dining Hall
  • Busby Suites- Busby Suites (formerly Charter Oak Suites) Game-room
  • East- Sprague Computer lounge
  • Towers- Beecher Lounge
  • McMahon- ResNet Shop (above the dining hall)
  • Hilltop Dorms- Hale Lounge (located on the 1st floor)
  • Shippee- Hammonasset Room
RESNET (Direct network access to each residence hall on campus)

Students can call 860-486-4087 or access the website

TO CONNECT TO RESNET

Minimum Requirements for a ResNet Connection are:

  • Pentium PC/Power Macintosh
  • 512 MB of RAM
  • A 10 Base-T or 10/100 Base-T Ethernet Adapter
  • A Category 5 10 Base-T Ethernet cable

**All of the required hardware is available at the UConn Co-op Bookstore.

Services of RECs:

  • Assist students verifying that their computer is securely configured before connecting to the campus network.
  • Public computer for student access to the online bill payment system and NetID registration.
ROOM CHANGES FOR A CLASS

Students should check their class schedule using the Student Administration (PeopleSoft) System to see if any of their classes have been moved.

ROTC

Air Force: Hall Dorm 4th floor; 860-486-2224

Army: Hall Dorm 3rd floor; 860-486-6081

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SPORTS MUSEUM

Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. Š 5 p.m.

STAMPS

Stamps can be purchased at the UConn Co-op Bookstore or at the Storrs Post Office

STORAGE FACILITIES (Self Service - Off Campus)
  • Andover Hillside Self Storage Center — 860-742-1644
  • Avery Dan Storage Center (Somers, CT) — 860-749-9356
  • Bolton Self Storage (Columbia, CT) — 860-228-8030
  • Chaplin Commons Storage (N. Windham, CT) — 860-456-0475
  • Columbia Rent-A-Space — 860-228-4734
  • Coventry Self Storage LLC — 860-742-5540
  • DanielÕs Mini-Self Storage (Vernon, CT) — 860-871-9015
  • Easy Does It Self Storage (N. Franklin, CT) — 860-887-2400
  • Home Town Self Storage LLC (Pomfret, CT) — 860-963-1090
  • Mansfield Self & RV Storage — 860-423-5677
  • Murphy's Storage Depot (N. Franklin, CT) — 860-642-1900
  • North River Road Self Storage (Tolland, CT) — 860-870-4504
  • North Windham Self Storage — 860-423-0497
  • Stock/N Lock, (S. Windham/Norwich, CT) — 860-456-8544
  • Stock and Lock, (Willington/Storrs, CT) — 860-429-9339
  • U-Haul (Columbia, CT) — 860-228-1886
  • U-Store-It (Manchester/ South & East Windsor
  • Enfield/ Ellington/ Bloomfield, CT) — 860-649-6980
STUDENT CODE

Refers to the Conduct Code for students. It can be viewed at the Dean of Students' website

STUDENT UNION

Union Street Market on the first floor of the Student Union is a five concept eatery featuring:

  • Tostada Grill — made to order burritos, tacos & other fresh Mexican specialties.
  • FireSide Rotisserie — rotisserie meats served with a selection of fresh made side dishes.
  • Pompeii Oven — made to order pizza, pasta, baked grinders & other Italian specialties.
  • The Good Earth — specialty salads and wraps, made to order.
  • Union Street Cafe — a full line of espresso and coffee drinks, bakery items-made fresh daily, UConn ice cream and Freshens smoothies.
  • Market Express — pre-packaged "Express" options from all the Union Street market concepts as well as specialty beverages, sushi, snacks and more.

Franchise Vendors also located in the Food Court:

  • Blimpie's
  • Panda Express
  • Wendy's
STUDENT UNION MOVIE THEATER

For details, please check the SUBOG website.

STUDENT RECREATION FACILITY

860-486-2837

Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday: 6:00 a.m. – midnight
Saturday – Sunday: 9:00am – midnight

STUDY ABROAD OFFICE

CUE Building. 3rd floor

860-486-5022

Hours: Monday – Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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TAXI'S
  • Norwich Taxi LCC — 860-456-2227, 860-848-2227
  • Valley Cab — 860-232-9730
  • Airport Ace Taxi — 866-875-0323 (to Bradley International Airport)
TECHNOLOGY TUTORIAL

A tutorial for new students instructing them how to obtain their NetID, Husky e-Mail, HuskyCT/Vista and how to access the Student Administration (PeopleSoft) System. The tutorial can be accessed from the New Husky website or Tech Training Website.

TELEPHONE SERVICE

See UCONNECT

TEXTBOOKS-TO-GO PROGRAM

UConn Co-op Bookstore

860-486-3537

Thisprogram is now online and can be found at http://www.bookstore.uconn.edu. Even if students did not sign up in advance they can still participate by going to the bookstore's website above. Click on the Textbooks-To-Go link on this website, which will connect to detailed instructions on how to participate. Students can decide to have the books shipped to their home address or pick them up at the Co-op Bookstore beginning Friday, August 22. Students need to follow the signs at the Co-op to the "Text Books-To-Go" pick-up area.

** All books ordered through the "Textbooks-To-Go" program must be picked up by 9:00 p.m. on Wednesday, August 27th**

TICKETS (Athletic Events)

Located in the Athletic Development Office in the Gampel Pavilion - 860-486-2724

HOURS: Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

*Athletic Event Tickets can also be purchased by calling 1-877-AT-UCONN (non-students).

TOURS OF CAMPUS (For Prospective Students/Families)

Call the Lodewick Visitors Center at 860-486-4900 to find out their tour schedule and make a reservation.

TRANSCRIPT REQUESTS

Wilbur Cross Building, Registrar's Office - 860-486-3331.

Unofficial transcripts can be viewed and official transcripts can be requested, using the PeopleSoft Student Administration System.

TRANSFER CREDIT EVALUATION

Transfer Admissions Office in the Undergraduate Admissions Building 860-486-3137.

Open weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

TRANSPORTATION
  • BUSES
    • W.R.T.D. schedule can be obtained by calling 860-456-2223. (no charge for students with a UConn ID)
    • Buses to Hartford, New York, Boston, etc. You may purchase tickets for Peter Pan/Bonanza Bus or pick-up the latest copies of bus schedule information at the UConn Co-op's Customer Service Counter.
    • UConn Airport/Union Station Shuttle: The Bradley Airport and Union Station shuttles are open to all faculty, staff, students, and studentÕs immediate family. Scheduling of the shuttles should take place between the hours of 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday by calling Erin at 860-486-6902. Please give a minimum of one weeks notice. The operational times for the Bradley Airport/Union Station
    • Shuttle pick-ups and drop-offs: Monday - Thursday 7a - 10p; Friday 7a- 12a; Saturday 9a- 12a; Sunday 10am- 10pm
  • AIRPORT LIMO SERVICE
    • Connecticut Limousine: 1-800-472-LIMO
    • Beverly Hills Limousine: 860-687-1822
    • Farmington Valley Livery: 860-798-7212
  • AMTRAK (Hartford)
    1-800-872-7245 or www.amtrak.com
  • TAXI'S:
    • Norwich Taxi LCC: — 860-456-2227, 860-848-2227
    • Valley Cab: — 860-232-9730
    • Airport Taxi: — 866-875-0323

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UCONNECT

860-486-4357

If a student has questions, they can contact UCONNECT directly.

UPS Store

860.477.1444

1206 Storrs Rd. Ste. C, Mansfield, CT. 06268

Services include summer storage, printing, domestic & international shipping. Summer storage items can be picked up on campus and delivered when school resumes in the fall.

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VETERANS BENEFITS

Located within the Office of Student Financial Aid Services, Wilbur Cross Building, Garden Level.

Telephone: 860-486-2442

Website: www.veterans.uconn.edu

Email: veterans@uconn.edu

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WESTERN UNION

Grand Union Family Market, Route 44A, Storrs 860-487-1570

Big Y Supermarkets, Route 195, Mansfield or Route 195 in Tolland (Cash Only)

WITHDRAWAL FROM THE UNIVERSITY

Dean of Students Office, Wilbur Cross Building takes care of withdrawals

WOMEN'S CENTER

860-486-4738

Located in the Student Union Building, 4th floor.

WORKING PAPERS

UConn students under the age of 18 do not require a Statement of Age (commonly referred to as "working papers") to secure a job. However, they may be prohibited from engaging in certain job duties. Questions maybe referred to the Student Employment Unit of the Office of Student Financial Aid Services. Located on the first floor of the Wilbur Cross building, or by calling 860-486-3474.

WRITING RESOURCE CENTER

Located in the CUE, 159 CLAS, and The Learning Resource Center -1st Floor of the Homer Babbidge Library 860-486-1187.

For help in writing papers; call for hours at the beginning of the semester.