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Students at UConn can pursue over 100 majors, eight undergraduate degrees, 17 graduate degrees and five professional degree programs. Students have the opportunity to choose between 87 different minors at UConn, including areas of study not offered as formalized majors.UConn participates in the New England Board of Higher Education's Regional Student Program (NERSP), allowing students from the five other New England states to enroll at the university at a reduced out-of-state tuition rate if their intended major is not offered by one of their in-state universities.The university also participates in a special guaranteed admissions program with the Connecticut Community Colleges (CCC) that is designed for academically qualified students who are attending a Connecticut community college and who are planning to transfer to the University of Connecticut in Liberal Arts & Sciences, Agriculture & Natural Resources, Business, or Engineering. Each year, more than 1,000 transfer students are admitted to the university.
Of the over 31,000 people who applied to be undergraduate students at UConn in the fall of 2014, about half were admitted and about half of those who were admitted enrolled at the university. Approximately 50,000 prospective students and their families tour the main campus in Storrs annually. UConn's retention rate is among the best for public universities in the nation, with 93% of students returning for their sophomore year.
U.S. News & World Report 60
Washington Monthly 63
U.S. News & World Report 283
The university has achieved numerous commendations as a result of its focus on academics and the resources it provides for its students and faculty
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