Whoever said you can’t have it all, has never been to UHart.
Ultimate Frisbee? Check. NCAA Division 1 sports? Check. Improv comedy? Check.
The list goes on. And on. Your time at UHart will be as full and engaging as you want it to be. Apart from the more than 100 student clubs and organizations you can join, your experience will be enriched by health and wellness services, and opportunities to engage in community service.
You are family from day one at UHart!
Join the fun. Explore your options.
University of Hartford’s Campus Activities Team (CAT) is a student-run organization that provides the student body with a variety of programs, activities, and events, including the annual Spring Fling festival. Help plan events today.
Getting involved in student organizations, clubs, and campus activities enriches your experience, expands your campus network, and begins friendships that can last a lifetime. Find a club or an organization today.
As a commuter student at UHart, you’ll have access to all the same social and academic resources as students that live on campus. In fact, we have dedicated spaces for commuter students to relax, have fun, and meet other students.
UHart Hawks field 17 NCAA Division 1 teams as members of the America East Conference.
UHart offers a wide range of sports related activities including soccer, flag football, softball, and volleyball. Take a break from academic work to meet new friends, compete in a friendly atmosphere, and stay healthy.
The Student Government Association (SGA) promotes student involvement and represents the voice of students. Have an impact on our community and learn leadership skills.
Office of Student Engagement and Inclusion
We believe that engagement and leadership are interconnected and lead to a life-long journey of learning. Our programs and services focus on creating opportunities for you inside and outside of the classroom to enhance your personal, educational, cultural, and social development at UHart.
We want you to explore and challenge yourself in ways you never thought of, so that when you graduate, you have the skills to adapt to change and think critically. Addittionally, we also just want you to have fun and meet life-long friends.