UConn - Avery Point is a public university located in Groton, Connecticut. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 575 undergraduate students. The UConn - Avery Point acceptance rate is 94%. Graduating 58% of students, UConn - Avery Point alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $46,400.
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My experience at Avery Point has been amazing. Starting with the amazing area the campus is at right on the water. Next the professors are extremely helpful and make sure you get the help you need to fully grasp a topic. For example, my math professor first semester of freshman year allowed a few students to retake the first exam of the year until they were confident about the topic. That experience is what showed me what Avery Point is all about, which is helping the students succeed.
Best decision i made to come here! I love the size of the campus because i’m really given the chance to get to know all of my professors and students that attend. They have all the resources you need. I just don’t find the town of groton to be appealing but avery point is absolutely beautiful all year.
Beautiful campus that is right on the water. It is gorgeous in the spring and summer, but freezing in the winter. It is a small campus, so it is easy to navigate. Parking is a little annoying and expensive. Class sizes are manageable and professors are more than willing to help.