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  • Rebecca from CT

    Join clubs! There's like two hundred and something official ones, which is really cool. This is the best way to make friends, which is the best way to have fun. Make sure to join at least one or two clubs that take a lot of time and involvement,… more read full review

    Join clubs! There's like two hundred and something official ones, which is really cool. This is the best way to make friends, which is the best way to have fun. Make sure to join at least one or two clubs that take a lot of time and involvement, because those are the ones that lead to lasting, deep friendships. A lot of people find that through Greek organizations, and there are plenty of them here, including typical social Greek life, academic, service, professional, and a few that are a mix of all of the above. A lot of people party, and while most freshman go to a few widely-promoted parties, it's more fun to get a good friend group and go to parties with people you actually know rather than ones you heard about on yik yak or something. There are also plenty of fun school-run things like free movies and free food and free shirts and free entertainment. Lots of free stuff. read full review

  • Matthew from Waterbury, CT

    You may have heard that Uconn is located in the middle of nowhere and that there is nothing to do besides watch the cows, but this hasn't been true in my experience. There's a movie theater in the Student Union, which plays new movies every Friday… more read full review

    You may have heard that Uconn is located in the middle of nowhere and that there is nothing to do besides watch the cows, but this hasn't been true in my experience. There's a movie theater in the Student Union, which plays new movies every Friday night. Also the Union has Late Night every Friday night, featuring karaoke and great food. There's an ice skating rink right by campus for when it gets colder out. Athletic events happen every single day, throughout the entire year, where you can watch the Huskies dominate their opponent per usual. Sometimes the university has really cheap bus trips to places like Boston or New York, which are a great way to get away with your friends for a day. There are also a bunch of parties Thursday-Saturday, especially when it's warmer out, which are really fun and a great way to meet a bunch of new people. On top of all that, Storrs Center is only a two minute bus ride away, with a bunch of restaurants and stores where you can shop. I rarely find myself bored on campus, and when I do its very easy to gather up some friends and find something to do. read full review

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