Forgot your phone charging cable? The UConn Stamford Campus now hosts a KwikBoost mobile device charging station which charges both Android, Apple cellphones (and other portable devices). This new charging station is located on the concourse just past the UConn Co-op/Bookstore.
The Jeremy Richard Library also has a KwiKBoost charging station located on the first floor of the learning commons.
Go check it out!
Access Health CT
- Enroll online: http://accesshealthct.com
- Call Toll-Free: 1-855-805-4325
- List of Assisters in Fairfield County
- Checklist – how to prepare to enroll
- Find: ”what documents to bring to enrollment fair” translated in Spanish, Polish, Vietnamese, Creole, Russian and Portuguese and French here: http://www.lib.uconn.edu/libraries/stamford/events.html
Update: The Wednesday March 19th Enrollment Fair held at the UConn Stamford Library has been cancelled.
Attend the Enrollment fair on TUESDAY March 18th to learn exactly how you and your family will benefit from getting covered. Help enrolling is available at no cost. Navigators and Assistors are certified by Access Health CT and working right in your community to provide you with guidance about health care coverage and help you enroll. Call and schedule your appointment! Contact Phara Bayonne at 203-251-8523 to schedule an appointment or Email: email@example.com. More Info here:
Due to the forecast of inclement weather, all classes at UConn Stamford have been cancelled for Thursday, February 13th. The Stamford Campus will be closed on Thursday.
Please visit http://alert.uconn.edu for updates and details.
Updated: 2/15/14: Wednesday March 19th Enrollment Fair held at the UConn Stamford Library has been cancelled.
Updated: 2/13/14: Sat. Feb. 15 Enrollment Fair held at the UConn Stamford Library has been cancelled.
Attend these Enrollment fairs on SATURDAY, Feb.15th(CANCELLED), SATURDAY, Feb. 22nd, SATURDAY, March 8th, and TUESDAY March 18th WEDNESDAY, March 19th to learn exactly how you and your family will benefit from getting covered. Help enrolling is available at no cost. Navigators and Assistors are certified by Access Health CT and working right in your community to provide you with guidance about health care coverage and help you enroll. Call and schedule your appointment! Contact Phara Bayonne at 203-251-8523 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. [Documentation to bring with you at your scheduled appointment]
AN ACCESS HEALTH CT INFORMATION SESSION ENROLLMENT FAIR WILL BE HELD ON TUESDAY, MARCH 18TH FROM 4:00-8:00PM AT THE UCONN STAMFORD CAMPUS, MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM (#1.08)
Due to the forecast of inclement weather, the opening of all UConn campuses on Thursday, February 13, will be DELAYED until 10 a.m.
Classes that start before 10 a.m. are canceled. Classes starting at 10 a.m. or later will proceed as scheduled.
All online classes for Thursday, February 13 will proceed as scheduled.
All Emergency Support Services employees should report as scheduled. All other employees should report at 10 a.m.
The University is continuing to monitor the weather forecast, and will provide additional updates Thursday morning if needed. Please monitor http://alert.uconn.edu for updates.
Your safety should be your primary concern when deciding whether to travel, as local conditions may vary. Please drive carefully.
UConn Students, Faculty & Staff: The Network Connect software that allows remote computers to utilize the university VPN does not work reliably on computers that have recently patched Java environments or up-to-date operating systems (Windows or Mac). Juniper has declined to provide a patch for this piece of software because it is associated with equipment that has an end of life date of less than one year. UITS has escalated replacement of the backend VPN infrastructure and identified workarounds that can be employed to provide remote connection capabilities in the interim.
Please use the Junos Pulse client, this software must be installed and configured as described at the following link: http://securityapps.uconn.edu/vpn_junos_pulse
As a separate alternative, users who have previously enabled Remote Desktop on their workstations may take advantage of the Remote Desktop Gateway. Instructions may be found at http://uits.uconn.edu/?page_id=3492
If you have problems or questions, please contact https://serviceit.uconn.edu
Due to inclement weather, classes at the AVERY POINT and STAMFORD campuses beginning at noon or later are canceled on Monday, February 3 for the remainder of the day.
These campuses will remain open for business, however, employees should always put their safety first when making travel decisions. Please visit http://alert.uconn.edu for details and updates.
Nothing is more important than your safety. Please drive carefully.
All UConn-Stamford classes starting after 12:00 p.m. on February 3, 2014 are canceled. The building will remain open until 5:00 p.m.
UPDATE: The Jeremy Richard Library will open at its normal hours today 8:00AM-9:00PM.
UConn-Stamford will be on a normal operating schedule for Wednesday, January 22, 2014.
- Faculty members scheduled to teach who decide it is unsafe for them to travel to campus must notify their students as soon as possible that their class is cancelled.
- Faculty should respect the decisions of commuting students who decide not to travel to campus and provide options for them to make up missed work.
- Students should contact their professors as soon as possible if they must miss a class or other activity due to weather conditions.
- Always consider safety first. Weather and road conditions may vary considerably across the state, so all members of the University community must evaluate the circumstances they face.
- Even when the University remains open for business, individuals may appropriately decide not to come to campus or to leave campus early.
- In these situations, employees may use a vacation day, personal time, or other accrued time without advance approval, but they must notify their supervisors that they are doing so.
The University continues to emphasize the paramount importance of safety. Faculty, staff, and students should evaluate their own circumstances carefully, exercise appropriate judgment, and take responsibility for their safety when making decisions during inclement weather.