Being a Commuter:
Being a Commuter at UConn means making the extra effort to commute to campus each day. Off-Campus and Commuter Student Services works with commuter students in a variety of ways from events to one-on-one meeting to review any needs or concerns. Below are some suggested places for Commuters to utilize while on campus.
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Homer Babbidge: http://www.lib.uconn.edu/
Student Union Commuter Lounge: http://studentunion.uconn.edu/directory/
Wilbur Cross Reading Room: http://maps.uconn.edu/m/info/WCB
Places to Eat:
UConn Cafes (Bookworms, Co-op, Lu’s): http://dining.uconn.edu/uc-cafes/
Union St. Market: http://dining.uconn.edu/union-street-market/
UConn Dining Halls: http://dining.uconn.edu/locations/
The Bistro: https://dining.uconn.edu/bistro/
The Dairy Bar: http://dining.uconn.edu/uconn-dairy-bar/
The Beanery: http://dining.uconn.edu/the-beanery/
Places to Hang Out & Stay Active:
Student Union Game Room: http://studentunion.uconn.edu/game-room/
UConn Rec Center: http://recreation.uconn.edu/
- UConn Rec Center and Hours: http://recreation.uconn.edu/bodywise/
- Climbing Center: http://recreation.uconn.edu/outdoors/climbing-center/
The William Benton Museum: http://benton.uconn.edu/
Cultural Centers: http://studentunion.uconn.edu/cultural-centers/
The Student Union Commuter Lounge
There is a commuter lounge located on the first floor of the Student Union (Room 108). The lounge is a great place to hang out while on campus. It includes a large screen television, day lockers, information racks, bulletin board, refrigerator, microwave, sink and study carrels.