Undergrad students

Early Childhood Specializations, Virtual Open House

Are you interested in a career working with young children and their families?

Many career paths intersect with young children/their development and having a foundation of knowledge of young children’s development can help you be more successful in your career.  If you have questions about career options or want to learn more about this specialized coursework within HDFS, come to a virtual information session!  You can pop into the meeting at any time during the 30 minutes!

  • Wednesday 2/8, 5:00-5:30
  • Wednesday 2/15, 5:00-5:30
  • Wednesday 2/22, 10:00-10:30
  • Monday 2/27, 4:00-4:30
  • Tuesday 3/7, 5:30-6:00
  • Tuesday 3/21, 10:00-10:30
  • Wednesday 3/29 5:00-5:30

Sign-up here using this Google Form or email, mary.tabb@uconn.edu

Family Sciences Undergraduate Council yearly participation

The Family Sciences Undergraduate Council (FSUC) participated in the Student Organization Involvement Fair for the 7th consecutive year! FSUC is a student organization serving all students majoring, minoring or interested in the HDFS field of study at the Storrs or any regional campus. FSUC provides students with opportunities to attend events related to their major/minor, network with fellow students, and learn more about their major/minor.