Hello Student,

In this second issue of our summer newsletters, we want to provide you with information about the Student Success Center (SSC), a very important resource for you at the University of Hartford.

Early Adventure
First, we want to let you know that there are still a few spots available for our Early Adventure program on August 29 through 31st. Check out the website for more information about this great program and how to sign up. View the PDF

Day of Choices
Go to Freshman Day of Choices to purchase an activity for Sunday, September 2nd. It is a great way to meet new friends and also see what's going on within a 2 hour driving area of the University of Hartford. This year's activities range from seeing a Yankees game to tubing, paintball, Six Flags, seeing STOMP in New York City, and much more!! First come, first serve. View the PDF

When we asked the Red Caps to give one important tip to you, many answered "Be sure to get involved with the Student Success Center!" Therefore, we want to make sure that you understand our role in helping you to be successful at the University of Hartford.

Feel free to stop by, email, or call about anything and everything that comes up during your first semester here and anytime during your 4 years at the University of Hartford! The Student Success Center
can help with:
  • Arranging for free tutoring
  • Time Management help
  • Study Skills
  • Academic Support
  • Personal Issues
  • Information about Career Exploration
  • Getting involved with clubs or organizations
  The Student Success Center is located in the rear of B-Complex next to Alumni Plaza and across from Hawk Hall. Our office is a "one stop shop" where you can find answers to academic, personal and social questions. More specific details of the types of support offered are listed on our website at

Free Ebook download, College Crossroads: How to find your way to a successful first year of College!

Parents and Students who were able to attend one of our first incoming freshman orientation sessions in June were able to experience seeing our motivational speaker Ed Gerety! During his uplifting and humorous presentation, Ed promised to send the following link for you to download his Ebook "College Crossroads". It is Free! This offer is good to download whether you attended an orientation session yet or not. Please click

Ed would love to have you link to his facebook too...

* * * ALERT * * *


"Alcohol Edu - required for freshmen who plan to live on campus!"

Alcohol.Edu - All incoming freshmen who will live on campus MUST complete Part 1 of the online program before August 31. Beginning July 18 you may access this program by logging on to The login ID is C129525A then click Submit and continue with directions.

Questions regarding Alcohol.Edu can be referred to Patricia McKenna Grant at

Have a great summer and don't hesitate to email us if you have any questions or need assistance.

Irwin Nussbaum
Associate Vice President for Student Life and
Director of the Student Success Center


Andrea Miller
Associate Director of the Student Success Center

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