Office of Student and Academic Services (OSAS)
The Office of Student and Academic Services (OSAS) mission is to support Non-Degree, MSW and PhD students during their academic program. OSAS also serves as a resource liaison in connecting students to appropriate services and administers the admission process. We take pride in providing a student friendly environment for students to succeed.
Calendars and Schedules
Computing on Campus
H. B. Trecker Library
Hartford Campus Co-op
Student Consumer Information (HEOA)
Business Services Office
The Business Services Office includes the Bursar and Registrar functions for the Hartford Campus. Financial Aid services are also housed within this unit. In addition to those services this office also handles One Card and Parking.
Undergraduate Building, Room 201
Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday – 8:30 a.m. through 4:30 p.m.
Phone Number: 860.570.9214
Registrar Email – email@example.com
Bursar Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Health & Safety
- 2/16Information Session on Student & Family Assistance Centers
- 2/16Relax your mind with FREE Yoga
- 2/17Strategies for Interviewing & Networking with Confidence
- 2/17Christian Gedschold talk
- 2/17Christian Gedschold talk--rescheduled
Information Session on Student & Family Assistance CentersTuesday, February 16th, 201612:30 PM - 2:00 PMGreater Hartford CampusSSW 206
Relax your mind with FREE YogaTuesday, February 16th, 20166:30 PM - 8:00 PMGreater Hartford CampusSSW building, rm 207
All dates: 2/16, 3/15, 4/12 at 6:30pm
Strategies for Interviewing & Networking with ConfidenceWednesday, February 17th, 201612:45 PM - 1:45 PMGreater Hartford CampusSchool of Social Work, Room 208
Snow Date: Wednesday, February 24th
The majority of people share that they find it difficult to talk about their strengths and skills during the interview process. When you feel well prepared and know what you want to convey, you will likely feel less stress during your job search.
In this session students will gain:
* Tips for effective interview preparation
* Knowledge about the STAR approach
* Networking strategies to explore jobs and opportunities
Presented by Kay Gruder, Career Consultant, UConn Center for Career Development
Email: Joanne.Donati@Uconn.edu by February 9th to reserve your spot
Minimum number of 15 participants is required in order for the workshop to take place