The Office of Academic Programs
We are the administrative hub for students, faculty, and staff. Our staff supports advising and instruction/teaching within the College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources. We pride ourselves on the small college feel that we facilitate by making students our number one priority. Our office is located in W.B. Young Building, Room 206.
Resources, tools, and support
Covid-19 CAHNR Teaching Support Information
University Advising Center
Plans of Study
Course Enrollment Information
Changing Majors or Programs
Exploring majors and/or careers
Assessment and evaluation support
Teaching technology support
Information regarding students with approved accommodations through Center for Students with Disabilities
Student Online Trainings
Undergraduate students are to complete an online training program aimed at decreasing interpersonal violence entitled “Not Anymore." Registration and transcript holds may be placed on student accounts until the training has been completed.
Ratcliffe Hicks Arena Rental
Most requests for the Ratcliffe Hicks Arena are honored on a first-come, first-served basis. The Office of Academic Programs reserves the right to determine the appropriate use of the Ratcliffe Hicks Arena. This form does not guarantee your reservation.
Faculty/staff are able to rent vehicles through the Office of Academic Programs for official use. OAP has two mini-vans that seat up to 7 passengers. The vans may not be available if requested with short-notice (i.e. day-of) therefore we ask that you please try to schedule a date and time as far in advance as possible.
CAHNR/RHSA Courses and Curriculum Minutes
View the minutes from past Courses and Curriculum meetings. Agendas can be found on the CAHNR Intranet.
1/13/21 Mental Health and Wellness of Faculty and Staff
Video Recording (1/13/21)
Mental Health in the COVID Era
Coping and Resilience in Unprecedented Times: How EAP can help
Leave Entitlements and Benefits
Human Resources Wellness Programs and Resources
Stretching Option 1
Stretching Option 2
Counseling and Mental Health of Students
Why are there so many students approved for accommodations in my classes and what do I do about the accommodations? - by Elizabeth Cracco
Supporting Students with Disabilities
Why are there so many students approved for accommodations in my classes and what do I do about the accommodations? - by Donna Korbel and Kimberly McKeown
Partnering with Faculty & Staff to Help Students Succeed - by Maureen Armstrong, Dean of Students
Programs that Support Faculty and Student Success - by Peter Diplock and Desmond McCaffrey, Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
Research at UConn
Research at UConn - Radenka Maric and Michelle Williams, Office of the Vice President for Research
Transform Lab Research into Products for Public Benefit - by Vaibhav Saini, Technology Commercialization Services
Inclusive Higher Education
"Now What? Strategic Path to Inclusive Higher Education" - A Talk by Shannon Archibeque-Engle