Universities in Connecticut



Connecticut with the population of about 3 Million is a major city in America. The national language is English and the language in Connecticut is English. There are many higher education institutions in Connecticut like Yale University, University of Connecticut, Wesleyan University, Quinnipiac University, Trinity College, Central Connecticut State University, Connecticut College, Sacred Heart University, University of Hartford, Fairfield University, and University of Bridgeport. The complete list is available in links list below.

Connecticut Culture

The majority of Connecticut is Christian, with the largest group Protestants. There are also large groups of Roman Catholics and non-religious residents. A small number of Jewish, Mormon, and Muslim people reside in Connecticut as well, along with other religious groups.

Universities in Connecticut - List

Facts about Connecticut

  • Population: About 3 Million
  • Local Language: English
  • Postal Code: 060
  • Weather:
    27°F (–3°C) 70°F (21°C)

Travel Advisory:

Connecticut is the southernmost of the six New England States and one of the original Thirteen Colonies. The Dutch were the first Europeans to settle, near today's Hartford.
The University of Connecticut, while not as well-known as Yale, is considered to be a ‘Public Ivy’ university - a term coined to refer to state-sector colleges capable of offering a comparable experience to the eight private universities included in the Ivy League.
Most are at the main Storrs campus, but UConn also has branches elsewhere in the state – notably Schools of Law and Social Work in Greater Hartford, and Schools of Medicine and Dentistry in Farmington.

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