Storrs Campus

Storrs Campus

About The Campus

Storrs is a town-within-a-town, and there’s plenty here to make students feel at home. UConn Storrs has on-campus entertainment and major arts venues including: the Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts, Connecticut Repertory Theatre, and the William Benton Museum of Art. Students engage in long-standing traditions like sledding down Horsebarn Hill, enjoying UConn’s own ice cream at The Dairy Bar, and of course, cheering on the UConn Huskies at sporting events. Our building, Bishop Center, is just a few short steps from Downtown Storrs, which is home to many restaurants. There are many DMD-led student clubs including: UConn Film Club, Computer Graphics Club, and Gaming Club. However, Digital Media & Design students can participate in hundreds of organizations on campus! We have students involved in a wide variety of activities including athletics, marching band, A Cappella, greek life, and more!
Traditional residence halls, apartments, and suites provide a variety of options for students who live on campus. 19 different residential Learning Communities including Fine Arts House, Honors House, and Innovation House, provide students the opportunity to live with friends who share interests, lifestyle, or commitment to a major. 


In the Digital Media & Design Department, we believe that for our students to best succeed in their future careers, they should have access to, and experience with, industry-standard tools. On the Storrs campus, in Bishop Center, we host brand new (renovated summer 2018) state-of-the-art facilities including: a Film Production Studio, Motion Capture Studio, VR / Gaming Studio, Cintiq Computer Lab, Social Media Analytics Command Center, Sound Editing Suite, Physical Computing Space, and DX lab.

Storrs Facilities

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Stacy Webb - Administrative Assistant
Digital Media & Design Department (Storrs)
School of Fine Arts

One Bishop Circle, Unit 4260
Storrs, CT, 06269
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