SSS Summer Program

The Student Support Services (SSS) Summer Program is an exciting and intensive five-week session designed to ease the transition from high school to college and lay the foundation for students to succeed at UConn. Students admitted to the Storrs Campus reside on campus during the five weeks. Students admitted to one of the four regional campuses (Avery Point, Hartford, Stamford, and Waterbury) commute to campus daily during the five weeks. The SSS Summer Program allows incoming UConn students to experience and prepare for the rigors of university life before their first year of college begins.

During the Summer Program, students:

  • Take two UConn courses (for which they may earn up to six credits toward their undergraduate degree)
  • Receive individualized counseling and advising from an SSS Counselor committed to their success
  • Attend college success seminars, academic and professional development workshops, and faculty lectures
  • Build relationships with university staff, faculty, peer mentors, and other incoming students
  • Get to know their campus and the many resources available to them
  • Have fun engaging in social, cultural and recreational events
Wondering what the SSS Summer Program is like from the student perspective?
Check out this video created by Nikki Diaz, SSS Summer 2021!


For additional details about the SSS Summer Program, students may contact the SSS office at the campus to which they were accepted:

avery point campus
Avery Point


hartford campus

Stamford Campus

Storrs Campus

Waterbury Campus


    The Office of Undergraduate Admissions considers students for SSS based on a variety of factors, including:

    • Connecticut residency
    • First-generation to college and/or from a high financial need household and/or other underserved population
    • Potential to succeed at UConn

    If students would like to be considered for the SSS program they may email: