When Rita Matta heard the news, she cried for hours. The relief was that intense. Matta ’16 (ENG) had just been told she would be getting a scholarship from UConn alum Russ St.
UConn has achieved its highest-yet ranking among the nation’s top public universities, reaching No. 18 on this year’s U.S.
How many ways can you say “thank you?” That was the job of approximately 30 scholarship students during the Transform Lives Scholarship Dinner on Thursday, October 7.
Elizabeth Pouya ’17 hasn’t yet graduated, but she’s already launched a start-up—thanks to an alumni-driven UConn program designed to foster student entrepreneurship.
What is it like to witness a dream come true? We wanted to capture that moment—the second a life changes. The moment a promising high school senior finds out she earned a full scholarship to UConn.