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UHart For You.
UHart For Life.

The University of Hartford alumni network is vast, with a diverse community of over 85,000 strong throughout the U.S. and around the globe. UHart alumni are making their marks everywhere—in the arts, in business, in STEM, as professional athletes, and more—and have incredible stories to tell.

You were once students, and now you're alumni for life. Keep those bonds strong. You have much to be proud of!

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Class Notes

UHart's alumni network is vast, with a diverse community of over 85,000 strong throughout the U.S. and around the globe. You were once students, and now you are alumni for life. Keep those bonds strong and stay connect.

See recent updates from UHart alumni

Orin Wolf ’01

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Learn more about his Commencement Address

Brandee Younger ’06

A feature in UHart’s H Magazine, harpist Brandee Younger ’06 pushes the creative envelope. A graduate of The Hartt School in harp performance and music business, Younger now spends her weeks in the recording studio, gigging in New York or trading for concerts around the country, and teaching.

Read her full story in H Magazine

Mikaela Nelson ’18

Children love playing with dolls they can identify with. But for many kids with disabilities, it is difficult to find dolls that look like them. Mikaela Nelson ’18 is hoping to change that. The prosthetics and orthotics graduate from University of Hartford’s College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions, creates dolls with prostheses for children with artificial limbs.

Our Voices
Lenny Masiello
Engineering, '69,P'98

For Lenny Masiello ’69, P’98, engineering classes at the University of Hartford led him on a career path, which made one of the most important moments in American history possible. In the mid-1960s, he joined the Apollo Program and helped test and develop the space suit astronauts would later wear to the moon. This year marks the Class of 1969’s Golden Hawks 50th Reunion and Masiello reflects back on his life’s path since his UHart days.

I sincerely believe my careers with both Square D and the military would not have been possible without attending and graduating from the University of Hartford.

Alumni by the Numbers

Degreed alumni in the U.S.
Degreed alumni across the globe
Alumni Volunteers in 2018
Gifts made by alumni in 2018
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Your alumni network is vast. Be part of it. Be proud.