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I transferred to the UConn Stamford campus after awhile at the main Storrs campus. The smaller classes and the price of tuition is a great alternative to going to the main campus and staying in the dormitories. You get the same quality of education (if not better) without having to shell out the extra money for housing and food. Because of the smaller atmosphere, getting in contact and developing professional relationships with your professors is much easier than at the main campus where the professor barely knows the name of even half the class. Almost all majors are available at this campus with the exception of biology and chemistry. You can take two years worth of classes for those majors at the Stamford campus but would have to transfer to the main campus to finish that degree up. I believe you can get your MBA at this campus as well. The only downside is that on the rare chance you get a professor that's an adjunct, he/she might not be easily available outside of campus as professors that are on campus.

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I transferred to the UConn Stamford campus after awhile at the main Storrs campus. The smaller classes and the price of tuition is a great alternative to going to the main campus and staying in the dormitories. You get the same quality of education (if not better) without having to shell out the extra money for housing and food. Because of the smaller atmosphere, getting in contact and developing professional relationships with your professors is much easier than at the main campus where the professor barely knows the name of even half the class. Almost all majors are available at this campus with the exception of biology and chemistry. You can take two years worth of classes for those majors at the Stamford campus but would have to transfer to the main campus to finish that degree up. I believe you can get your MBA at this campus as well. The only downside is that on the rare chance you get a professor that's an adjunct, he/she might not be easily available outside of campus as professors that are on campus.

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