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Open Houses


Each fall, UHart offers three open houses, where you can customize your visit by choosing sessions that you are interested in. You will be able to take in-depth tours, attend major specific workshops, hear from students and faculty, visit our TV studio, or take a mock class.

There are no more open houses this fall, but we are happy to set up individual visits, where you can meet with faculty and students in your program of interest. You will also be able to connect with one of our admission counselors, who can help answer questions about financial aid and the admission process.


Customize Your Visit

Here are a few examples of sessions offered during our open house events:

  • » Built and Unbuilt Realties
    This workshop will show you how architects use 3D printing technology and parametric design to create models for their projects in the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture.
  • » The Artist, the Employer, and the Creative Career
    Understand how to leverage the importance, influence, and power of the arts during a session with the Hartford Art School.
  • » Networking Simulation
    Learn how Barney School of Business students fine-tune their networking skills in a fun and interactive business setting.
  • » Become an RN with our new Direct-entry BSN
    Tour our simulation training lab and get all your questions answered from our nursing faculty in the College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions.
  • » Thrive from the Start
    Learn about beginning your UHart journey with dual admission to Hillyer College. Receive one-on-one academic support from dedicated professors while earning credits toward your major, leading to a smooth, successful transition to college.
  • » Music Industry and Studio Tours
    Tour our newly renovated recording studio inThe Hartt School and learn about music industry programs.
  • » Going Live In 3-2-1
    Professors in the School of Communication present you with a crisis communication problem, and you’ll learn how to best respond to the public and media. After, check out the TV production studio that features professional newsroom equipment.

Questions? Contact us at admission@hartford.edu or call 860.768.4296.