A Bachelor of Arts degree in Urban and Community Studies provides students with first rate preparation for graduate studies in a variety of academic disciplines, and an excellent foundation for an array of career fields. As a major looking to graduate in the near future, or as an alumni of the program you may be eager to continue your education in a graduate school program; you may be trying to find a job that really suits your interests or maybe you're just looking for ways to stay engaged in your community or with other alumni. This section of the website is geared to providing you with pertinent information and useful resources to help further your academic, employment or civic endeavors. It will also provide you with various ways to stay connected to the program, former students or alumni and to the university.
UConn's Urban and Community Studies program, formerly known as Urban Studies, is eager to hear from you. Please take a few minutes to fill out the attached alumni survey. The survey information provides us with valuable insight on how the program has shaped the lives of our alumni, furthering our ability to assist our current majors understand what the future may hold and enable us to periodically keep in touch with you.
Urban and Community Studies
(Hartford - Storrs - Torrington - Waterbury)
1800 Asylum Avenue
West Hartford, CT 06117