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University of Connecticut Winter Intersession

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Start off your new year right – with UConn's
Winter Intersession.

We offer a range of undergraduate, graduate, and special topics courses to current UConn students, newly accepted UConn freshmen and transfer students, and non-UConn students.

Don't want to venture too far in the cold? No problem. Choose from classes available online or at the UConn campus closest to home – in Avery Point, Hartford, Stamford, Storrs, Torrington, or Waterbury.

Plus, it'll take no time at all. In just 3 weeks, you can:

  • Fulfill a requirement toward your major
  • Catch up or get ahead on credits
  • Reduce your course load for the spring semester, or
  • All of the above!
The courses have been entered in to the student administration system to date as of December 1, 2014. Please check back often to see up-to-date course offerings. We will be adding additional courses as we receive them from each school and college.

View 2015 schedule


Browsing class schedules and course offerings has been modified. Please view the instructions on how to navigate through Dynamic Class Search, or click here to get started.

Link here to the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning's ecampus website to view a listing of online course offereings.



New for Winter 2015: Residential Housing and Meal Plans
Available for current UConn students.


Winter Intersession will run from Monday, December 29, 2014, through Friday, January 16, 2015. View the calendar for details.

 

Check out the video of our Costume Design Course offered this Winter
Students are trained in aesthetics, costume design and research techniques. Countless costumes are produced, altered, and recreated every year for the Connecticut Repertory Theatre. DRAMA 5410 is offered during 2015 Winter Session. Register Today!


Costume Shop
In case of inclement weather
UConn's alert webpage (http://alert.uconn.edu) is the definitive source of information about the University’s operating status and should be your primary source. If by chance classes are cancelled, the rescheduled day will be the immediate Saturday and possibly Sunday following the cancellation(s).

On-line courses
will still require your participation unless unforseen circumstance occur such as a power outage. Faculty members will provide further instruction and course of action.

I'm a current
UConn Student
.
Gain up to 4 credits in 3 weeks.
Learn more.

I've been accepted to
UConn for the spring.

Great! You can stay close to home and
still start earning UConn credits.
Find out how.

I'm a non-UConn Student.
You don't have to be a UConn student to
earn credits through Winter Intersession –
simply register as a non-degree student.