UConn ECE Students and Instructors are welcome to visit any UConn Campus. While on campus, Students can take a campus tour, visit museums, check out the dining facilities, attend a performance, lecture, or cultural event, and explore library resources. The UConn ECE Office is happy to suggest a variety of campus visit options to but cannot plan the agenda for a visit. If an Instructor is thinking of bringing an entire class as a part of a lesson, he or she should contact with the faculty coordinator first in order to plan an experience. The UConn ECE Office is available to help connect Instructors with campus resources for planning a visit. However, Instructors are responsible for making all reservations for their visit (ex. with the Lodewick Visitors Center or with a Faculty Coordinator).
If you are interested in attending a UConn Course session, please reach out directly to your Faculty Coordinator and an ECE Staff Member as soon as know that you are interested. This visit will allow UConn ECE Students to attend a class on a UConn Campus that is the same (or similar) to the course they are taking in high school. Instructors should begin planning their visit 30 days prior to the requested visit date.
As you begin planning your visit, please fill out our Campus Visit Form so we can best support you and your Students.
Visiting UConn Storrs
There are several experiences that students can participate in when visiting UConn Storrs.
- Homer Babbidge Library
- Although the library cannot provide staff for a tour, they have a self-guided tour available at the front desk.
- Lodewick Visitors Center Campus Tour
- Thomas J. Dodd Center
- William Benton Museum of Art
- The Benton can provide a docent for tours with advanced notice.
- J. Robert Donnelly Husky Heritage Sports Museum
- Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry
- UConn Dairy Bar
While at UConn Storrs, UConn ECE Students and Instructors can take advantage of the HuskyGo bus service. Bus routes and live bus trackers are available through UConn Transportation.