One Vision. Two Campuses.

Innovation, Meet Creativity

DMD by the Numbers


26

FULL-TIME FACULTY

who are industry professionals and award-winning artists

375+

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

across our 7 concentrations

12:1

STUDENT-TO-FACULTY RATIO

89%

OF ALUMNI LAND AN INDUSTRY JOB

within a year of graduation

2

CAMPUSES

both Storrs & Stamford offer four-year undergraduate degrees

80+

UNIQUE CLASSES

provide a rich educational experience in each concentrations

100+

INTERNSHIPS

secured each year at leading companies in Connecticut and beyond!

20+

COLLABORATIONS 

EACH YEAR with creative arts entities and corporate clients

25+

VISITING EXPERTS

on campus to present, network, workshop, and mentor students each year

DMD students have interned and are working at top companies

Adobe
Disney
HBO
Food Network
ESPN
Pixar

One Vision, Two Campuses

The UConn Digital Media & Design department offers four-year undergraduate degrees at both the Storrs (main UConn campus) and Stamford campuses. Residential housing is now offered at Stamford, a growing campus located just 45 minutes from NYC, in close proximity to industry. You will be asked to choose a campus in the Slideroom application, or you may select either.

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