Take your college adventure beyond the classroom. You can build your résumé and/or get course credit on campus through research and student employment, or off-campus through industry internships and by studying abroad. No matter what you choose, you’ll use your classroom knowledge in versatile and challenging ways, and learn how to translate your liberal arts degree into a career.
Check out internships and co-ops available to UConn students on HuskyCareerLink, UConn’s web-based recruiting platform, or make an appointment with a Center for Career Development advisor to discuss the next steps in your search.
The Office of Undergraduate Research can help you find a CLAS faculty advisor or opportunity that allows you to explore your research passion, whether it’s discovering how genes affect behavior or understanding the role of women in Renaissance literature.
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is the academic core of learning and research at UConn. We are committed to the full spectrum of academics across the sciences, social sciences, and humanities. We give students a liberal arts and sciences education that empowers them with broad knowledge, transferable skills, and an ability to think critically about important issues across a variety of disciplines.
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
215 Glenbrook Road, U-4098
Storrs, Connecticut 06269-4098