Location

At the University of Hartford, you’ll be able to immerse yourself in the cultural heart and historical soul of America. Located in West Hartford, Connecticut—a welcoming, safe and affluent suburban community in central New England—the school is ideally located a mere two-hour-drive from both New York City and Boston, Massachusetts. That means you’ll have easy access to America’s largest city, with its world-renowned cultural scene, as well as America’s most iconic city with its rich historical roots.  The school is also located just 5.6km from downtown Hartford—Connecticut’s capital city with much to offer on its own.

HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT
FACTS & FIGURES

I heard about the excellent English program and wanted to try it. I like it all. Its structure and teacher skills help the students to improve every day...the teachers have been a big support during the semester and I'm happy for all the help.

Luis Garcia Altagracia

Safety Around Campus

The Department of Public Safety's mission is to provide the University community with a safe and secure environment, in which everyone can learn, live, work, and grow. Public Safety is in full operation 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Social and Cultural Activities

IPP students have many opportunities to celebrate their cultures with the campus community. Activities include the Buddy Program, Conversation Partners, Success Seminars, day trips, volunteer and community service, and a monthly calendar to celebrate cultural holidays and events.

Sports and Recreation

Catch an action-packed soccer or lacrosse game on Al-Marzook field, watch the basketball team compete in Chase Arena, or get in a workout yourself in the Sports Center.
Intramural and Clubs
Sports clubs are a great alternative for students. Options include karate and rugby, while intramural sports such as whiffle ball and tennis are also available.
Recreation
-Students who value health and fitness can use the Sports Center to:
-Swim in the 25-yard, eight-lane pool
-Work out in the weight room
-Play tennis or basketball on a lighted court
-Relax in the sauna

Clubs and Organizations

Student clubs allow you to network with other students and the community. Some of the many clubs include:
-National Association for Music Education (NAfME)
-Biomedical Engineering Society
-Campus Activities Team (CAT)
-Photography Club

LIVING On Campus

All undergraduate IPP students will be housed in the same building among American and other international students. You'll be paired with a roommate in a double room in the E and F Complex. These residence halls accommodate eight to ten students in each suite. The rooms have cable TV and high-speed internet connections. In addition, each complex has laundry facilities, study lounges, and air conditioning.

Undergraduate students are required to live on campus and participate in the meal plan for the duration of their IPP experience.

Living on campus also means that all campus facilities and services are within easy walking distance.

Getting Around Campus

The University of Hartford offers shuttle services both on and off campus.

Dining Plan

Undergraduate IPP students will be enrolled in the 7-Day All-Access Meal Plan, which includes unlimited meals at the Commons and $100 Dining Dollars each semester. Graduate students may choose to participate in other dining plans.

Student Services

To ensure your academic, social, and personal success, you will be assigned a Student Services Advisor to provide you with additional help and support.