Open Positions

Students receiving instruction from a professor in a School of Nursing Simulation Lab

Why UConn?

It's simple enough — UConn is a great university. But it’s more than that. A top-ranked research institution, campuses across Connecticut built to inspire, the global community that is UConn Nation. UConn’s talented students exceed expectations. Our expert faculty drives innovation for a better tomorrow. We fuel the state’s economy and are committed to benefiting the greater good. This is UConn.

UConn’s School of Nursing is ranked among the top 15% of nursing schools nationwide, as well among the top 30 nursing graduate programs in the country. It has nearly 60 faculty members, 599 undergraduate, and 186 graduate students; both DNP and Ph.D. programs; and is actively engaged in research and clinical scholarship in pain management, health care innovation, high risk infancy, and gerontology.

The School of Nursing is based on UConn’s main campus in Storrs, a mixed suburban/rural setting in the rolling hills of eastern Connecticut. Storrs is less than 45 minutes from the capital city of Hartford with additional performing arts, museums, and fine restaurants. It lies approximately two hours by car from historic Boston, the seashores of Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Cape Cod, and the Green Mountains of Vermont with excellent skiing. Direct bus service from the campus to New York City (approximately three hours away) is also available. The climate is characterized by four full seasons and is especially beautiful in the fall. Connecticut has outstanding public schools and social services and is the home to multiple institutions of higher learning with national and international reputations.

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Open Positions:

To apply to any of the below, except for adjunct positions, go to the UConn Human Resources main webpage. Adjunct faculty applicants, please refer to the instructions contained in the link below.

The University of Connecticut is an EEO/AA employer. At the University of Connecticut, our commitment to excellence is complemented by our commitment to building a culturally diverse community. We actively encourage women, people with disabilities, and members of minority groups to apply.