General Information for Prospective Students

Welcome to the Office of Academic Programs in the College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources. Our goal is to help students identify an appropriate major and realize their educational aspirations. While the University of Connecticut is a relatively large institution, we pride ourselves on the "small college feel" that we facilitate by making students our number one priority.

We believe that the process of education and advising begins in our communication with prospective students and their families. This page provides links to sites that will inform you about College and University life, the process for becoming a UConn Husky, advising and other related concerns. The college offers 16 baccalaureate degrees and three Associate of Applied Science degrees. For more information about admission to the 2-year compared to the 4-year programs, please visit our Admission page.

Please be assured that the Office of Academic Programs is here to help you begin your college education at the University of Connecticut. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

College Ambassadors

College Ambassadors

Interested in current students' perspective? Check out our College Ambassador program.

Read blog posts written by current students in the College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources. The College Ambassadors write about study abroad experiences, internships, research with faculty, involvement in clubs, and life at UConn every Thursday during the academic year.

If you would like to ask a current College Ambassador a question, please fill out the online form