New to Campus? Welcome.

Transitioning to a new campus may feel a bit overwhelming – much like it did in your first weeks at UConn. We're here to help, and assure you that your campus change will go smoothly. Here are some key resources:


Orientation is one of the best opportunities to introduce you to your new campus. We offer a specialized program for campus change students and hope you will join us. 

Learn About Orientation


As you transition to your new campus, it is important to set up an appointment with your new academic advisor to get acquainted and plan out your next steps. Your advisor is a great resource who can help you adjust to your new campus.

Find Your Advisor
You can find your advisor in Student Admin under My Academics. Don't know how to get there? Here's a tutorial on how to find your advisor.

Make an Appointment
In Storrs, advising centers differ by school and college. The advising website breaks it all down for you. Each regional campus has an advising center:

Student Resources & Engagement

Looking for resources and quick links to offices and information? Here are some helpful links by campus:

Get Involved

There are so many ways to get involved. With over 700+ clubs, sports, community outreach, and research opportunities, there is something for everyone.

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