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UConn Comes Home to Hartford: Tour and Networking Social
Date Posted:  10-20-2017
UCONN COMES HOME TO HARTFORD

Thursday, November 9, 2017

The Hartford Times Building, 10 Prospect St.

5:00pm-5:15pm - Registration at the Hartford Times building
5:15pm-5:30pm - Overview presentation of campus
5:30pm-6:30pm - Tour: The Hartford Times building; Public Library; 38 Prospect Street
6:30pm-7:30pm - Networking social at Infinity Hall Bistro, Front Street, Hartford

After years of planning, the new downtown UConn Hartford campus opened early this fall to the cheers of scores of onlookers who gathered at 10 Prospect St., where the campus is anchored at the historic Hartford Times building. The move returns UConn to its roots in Hartford, where it had been located from its opening in 1939 until it moved in 1970 to West Hartford. It also helps UConn fulfill core aspects of its academic and service missions, while establishing a classic urban campus that complements the capital city and will become part of its fabric. “UConn Hartford is not only brick, mortar, and steel. It is a living, breathing institution at the core of this city,” UConn President Susan Herbst said at the event. “It will be part of the backbone of Hartford: a place of learning, engagement, and discovery, and a vibrant part of this neighborhood and the capital city as a whole. “This is one of the greatest, most momentous days in the 136-year history of UConn, and an exceptionally proud moment for this city and our state,” she added.

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Non-Member: $50
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