“Nursing thus depends on the scientific knowledge of human behavior in health and in illness, the esthetic perception of significant human experiences, a personal understanding of the unique individuality of self and the capacity to make choices within concrete situations involving particular moral judgments.”
*Please note that each session covers the same topics regardless of location.
Friday November 3 in Waterbury, 3:30 – 5 p.m., Main Campus – Room 324
Monday November 13 in Storrs, 3:30-5 p.m., Storrs Hall – Room 215
Thursday November 16 at Avery Point, 6-7:30 p.m., Community & Professional Building – Room CPB 302
Thursday November 30 in Stamford, 1-2:30 p.m., Main Campus – Room 132
Monday January 8, 2018 in Storrs, 3-4:30 p.m., Storrs Hall – Room 117
Please RSVP with name, phone, and email address at least two days prior to the session date.
MS, DNP and PhD
No current information sessions
School of Nursing Open Houses:
Sunday, Oct. 29 10:00AM- 1:00PM
Presentations on undergrad program, opportunity to speak with nursing students and faculty and tour simulation labs. More Information
Petitioning Student Sessions:
November 9, 2017
Petition information session for UConn students
Storrs Hall 215
January 23, 2018
Petition information session
Storrs Hall, room 118
There is parking in front and in back of the building from 5pm on. If you come much earlier or there is no parking left (which may be the case), the closest parking area is the North Garage. You should give yourself 10-15 minutes to park and walk to Storrs Hall. Please note that it is approximately $1/hour to park in the North Garage.
The Widmer Wing classroom is in the newer part of Storrs Hall. If you are entering through the new Widmer Wing, the classroom will be on your left as soon as you enter the doorways. If you are entering through the Storrs Hall portion, go in the entrance door and go through the door ahead. Go down the set of stairs and straight through the lobby – the Widmer Wing classroom will be on your right.
Avery Point Campus
Drive into the main entrance of the campus, bear right after the campus police station (it looks like a small castle) and public parking is there along the water.
The information session is in the Community & Professional Building. Use the entrance to the Community & Professional Building that is next to the new Student Center and across from the Campus Police building. After entering the building, go through the door straight ahead, and then follow directions to the assigned classroom for the date that you are attending:
For Room 212, take the stairway to your left up to the second floor. Take a left and room 212 will be down the hallway on your right.
For Room 302, take the stairway to your left up to the third floor. Take a right at the top of the stairs and room 302 will be on your left.
The campus parking garage is only for UConn students, faculty and staff. Visitors must park in the Scovill Street Garage. This lot is located at 33 Scovill Street. Parking is on level 5 or 6, make sure to do the following:
1. Proceed to Stairwell No. 3 (take stairs OR elevator)
2. Exit on Level 2 (pink)–Signs direct you to “School and Theater”
3. Go through door to Outside–Waterbury Arts Magnet School Courtyard
4. Take a left and follow the walkway/stairs or wheelchair ramp down to East Main Street.
5. Look across the street and to the left–you will see the entrance to UConn Waterbury!
The UConn-Stamford parking garage is located at 1194 Washington Blvd., Stamford CT 06901. Garage hours: Monday – Friday: 6:30 a.m. ‐ 11:00 p.m.; Saturday: 6:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.; Sundays – the garage is closed.
This schedule may vary during holidays. Advance notice will be sent to the campus beforehand. Parking is on level 2 for visitors.
Link for detailed parking information