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University of Connecticut

The University of Connecticut is a public land-grant research university system with its main campus in Storrs, Connecticut. It was founded in 1881 as the Storrs Agricultural School, named... Wikipedia

  • Former names:  Storrs Agricultural School (1881–1899), Connecticut Agricultural College (1899–1933), Connecticut State College (1933–1939)
  • Motto:  Robur (Latin)
  • Motto (English):  "Oak, Strength"
  • Type:  Public land-grant research university
  • Established:  April 21, 1881
  • Academic affiliations:  CUMU, U21, Sea-grant, Space-grant
  • Endowment:  $594 million (2022)
  • President:  Radenka Maric
  • Academic staff:  University system: 4,624, Health center: 5,248
  • Students:  32,669
  • Undergraduates:  24,371
  • Postgraduates:  8,298
  • Campus:  College town / suburb of large city
  • Colors:  Blue, white and gray
  • Mascot:  Jonathan the Husky
  • Sporting affiliations:  NCAA Division I FBS - Big East, Independent (football), Hockey East, NEISA
  • Website:  www.uconn.edu
  • Data Source:  DuckDuckGo