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University of Connecticut: Avery Point Campus, Groton

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  • UConn campus is emptied for the summer so there was a ton of parking and a very nice brick path along the water that my wife handled with her rollator without any issues. Path goes for awhile and ends...  more »
  • This property is actually part of University of Connecticut campus. Parking is free on weekends. We were there on a Saturday morning in June and pretty much had the vast ground to ourselves and a few ...  more »
  • Just finished having my daughters wedding at the Branford House here. This is a beautiful mansion to have a party at. we had the ceremony by the water so the waves were in the background for the cerem...  more »
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  • According to Michael Alfultis, Ph.D., Campus Director: " Surrounded by water on three sides, Avery Point is the University of Connecticut's campus by the sea, providing our students an environment that is both picturesque and practical. This waterfront campus, located on Long Island Sound at the mouth of the Thames River, combines the elegance of the past - in the mansion and buildings associated with the estate of Morton Plant - with state-of-the-art marine science facilities. Students enjoy the use of high-tech classrooms, computer labs, a UCONN Co-Op bookstore, a branch of the UCONN Library system, the Academic Center, the Student Union, a gymnasium with a pool, cafĂ© with food service options, ample and varied study lounges and spaces, and plenty of easy parking."
  • Gorgeous campus, up & coming school.
  • Noon..bob