Visit A UConn Campus

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.

Campus visits require a high level of preparation on the part of the University.  Instructors should begin planning 30 days prior to the requested date of visit. The UConn ECE office asks that you inform us of you visit by filling a "Campus Visit Form".

Visiting the Storrs Campus


Parking is available in either parking garage for small vehicles. If you are coming in a large bus, the only available parking will be in W lot. You can also take advantage of the bus service that’s free to all . 

Take a tour

The Lodewick Visitors Center student staff provides guided campus tours for prospective students and their families, group tours high school students and specialty tours. Student tour leaders provide information about the admission process, our quality academic programs and campus life. Tours consist of a 30-minute information session followed by a 90-minute walking tour. Tours can be booked online. If you're looking to go at your own pace, pick up a self-guided brochure and other University literature at the Center. 

Things to see

Students can have lunch and shop in the Student Union or in Storrs Center. Other things to visit: J. Robert Donnelly Husky Heritage Sports Museum, UConn Dairy Bar, and William Benton Museum of Art. The Benton can provide a docent for tours with advanced notice. 

Babbidge Library Visit

Students are welcome to visit the Homer Babbidge Library. The library does not provide tours but they have a self-guided tour available at the front desk. The staff is also not available to provide research training. It may be possible to reserve classroom or computer lab space in the library and have an instructor lead the class through the resources. The library is also able to issue community borrowing cards to students with advance notice. 

Visiting a Regional Campus

Please directly contact the regional campus you wish to visit.

Avery Point

Students cross the street outside the Waterbury campus on May 1, 2014. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

Photo of a students walking down the main stairwell at the Stamford Campus with banners in the background.