Faculty and Staff

Teaching, Advising, and Mentoring


Student Administrative System (PeopleSoft)
The Student Administrative System is utilized for course registration, grading, and student records. Use the link above to log into the system using your NetID.

Guidance and support for Instructors and Advisors using the system can be found here. Under "Instructors," you can find step by step information on useful topics including:
-Accessing Class Rosters
-Viewing and Creating Permission Numbers
-Recording Final Grades

HuskyCT is the platform used by the University to host course information. Use the link above to log into the system using your NetID. You can find Instructor help for HuskyCT here.

If you have a new course that needs to have a course created in HuskyCT, you can find instructions to request it here.

Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) exists to support UConn faculty and teaching assistants in becoming more effective teachers, to promote equity-minded and inclusive practices that improve learning outcomes for every UConn student, to advance teaching and learning excellence through dissemination of technological pedagogical content knowledge, to collaborate with academic departments and faculty to ensure that UConn students have access to the courses they need and want during Summer and Winter term, to provide Connecticut high school students with an opportunity to earn credit for UConn courses through dual and concurrent enrollment, and to support the development of new and innovative academic programs that extend UConn's academic strengths to new learner audiences.

Guidance for Religious Accommodations in an Academic Setting
This page on UConn's Office of the Provost website provides information and guidance for faculty and staff regarding religious observations and accommodations, including an interfaith calendar and links for University policies.


Advising and Mentoring Graduate Students

Advising and Mentoring: Supporting Graduate Students
The guidance that you offer through mentorship and advising can be transformative and is a critical factor in graduate students’ academic success and well-being. This UConn Graduate School site provides you with resources that will help you provide the best support to your graduate students.
The page offers information on subtopics including:
-Advisement Meetings
-Supporting Graduate Student Mental Health
-Cultural Competency: Diversity and Inclusion
-Scholarly Misconduct

Ombuds Office
The UConn Ombuds serves as a neutral resource who provides confidential and informal assistance to members of the UConn and UConn Health community. The Ombuds Office was established to provide a confidential, neutral resource for staff, faculty, Professional and graduate students and trainees to express concerns, identify options to address workplace conflicts, facilitate productive communication, and surface responsible concerns regarding university policies and practices.
Ombuds Mr. Jim Wohl and Assistant Ombuds Ms. Cinnamon Adams serve the Storrs and UConn Health campuses.

UCH Grad School Newsletter

Keep up with goings on in UCH Grad School programs in our latest Newsletter: May 2024 UConn Health Graduate School Newsletter

Graduate Faculty Info

Graduate Faculty Council
The Graduate Faculty Council is the legislative body of The Graduate School, representing the Graduate Faculty at large. It establishes academic policy for graduate education (except for those areas reserved to the Board of Trustees, to the University Senate, or to the faculties of other colleges and schools). 

UConn Graduate School Forms for Faculty and Staff