The Department of Marine Sciences is located on UConn’s coastal campus at Avery Point, on the shores of Long Island Sound.

 

 


Within the Department, faculty, staff, and students carry out cutting-edge research using observations and numerical models to conduct cross-disciplinary investigations in biological, chemical, physical and geological oceanography and marine meteorology.

Our research has been conducted around the globe – from coastal New England to all seven seas.


Department structure and faculty profiles
Explore a map of DMS research activities

We offer both undergraduate and graduate degrees that are characterized by an interdisciplinary foundation, high faculty-to- student ratio, and individualized plans of study and research.

Our program offers the intimacy and support of a small campus, coupled with the resources of a top-notch public university and internationally renowned scientists.


For prospective graduate students

For prospective undergraduate students

The Avery Point Campus is located approximately 40 miles south of the main campus at Storrs. Our undergraduate major consists of about 60-70 students mostly from around the New England region. Our graduate population usually consists of 35-45 students who come from the US and many other countries.

There is no on-campus graduate housing at Avery Point. Most students live in the Groton-New London area where they often share rent on a house or apartment.

More information can be found here.

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