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  • Lilia from Willington, CT

    Once again, this completely depends on the student. Involvement is a big part of whether you enjoy it here or not. Some students don't like it here because they feel bored and don't have a lot of friends. The school may be big and overwhelming at… more read full review

    Once again, this completely depends on the student. Involvement is a big part of whether you enjoy it here or not. Some students don't like it here because they feel bored and don't have a lot of friends. The school may be big and overwhelming at first, but it's important to find a few clubs or organizations (choose from over 300!) that you enjoy and can meet people in. Sports and school spirit are huge here, so if you love to watch UConn sports events, this is a great place to do it. Even if you don't participate in the sports events much, there is still SO much to do. read full review

  • M from Storrs, CT

    Personally, being in the Col. of Liberal Arts and Sciences allows me to be flexible in what classes I take. I can switch majors depending on what classes I have taken and not have to worry about wasting my time taking a certain class not within my… more read full review

    Personally, being in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences allows me to be flexible in what classes I take. I can switch majors depending on what classes I have taken and not have to worry about wasting my time taking a certain class not within my major. Don't expect UConn to be a party school where your parents will foot the bill, since the university has established many programs for serious students who want careers in business, healthcare and medicine, pharmacy, engineering, and the fine arts. The other colleges that make up UConn as a whole (School of Business, Nursing, Pharmacy, etc.) also have their own specific programs and study plans, so whatever major you're planning on going into, there will be advisers and student mentors who are there to help you and provide motivation and support for those times when you feel overwhelmed. read full review

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