Library

Ferguson Library, DiMattia Building
1 Public Library Plaza
203-964-1000
The Ferguson Library is Stamford’s public library system, consisting of the Main Library, DiMattia Building downtown, the Harry Bennett Branch, the Weed Memorial & Hollander Branch, the South End Branch and a traveling bookmobile. www.fergusonlibrary.org

Sacred Heart University Stamford Graduate Center
3 Landmark Square
203-396-8241
Sacred Heart University has significantly expanded its presence in Stamford. Sacred Heart University’s Stamford Graduate Center is located in Landmark Square and offers students access to many of Sacred Heart’s existing programs traditionally available at its main campus in Fairfield. These include SHU’s digital marketing and human resource management graduate degrees as well as a doctor of business administration in finance offered through its John F. Welch College of Business; film and television offered through the College of Arts and Sciences and the Isabelle Farrington College of Education’s popular cohort certification program in educational leadership and administration. Master of Business Administration (MBA) started Fall 2014. www.sacredheart.edu/stamford

Stamford Public Schools, City of Stamford
888 Washington Boulevard, Main Office
203-977-4105
The mission of Stamford Public Schools (SPS) is to prepare each and every student for higher education and success in the 21st century. SPS comprises more than 16,000 students and 1,492 professionals, in 20 schools, including six magnet and three International Baccalaureate schools. SPS has a total of 13 elementary schools (11 K-5, two K-8), five middle schools, and three high schools. SPS is proud that our district is as rich in diversity as it is in talent. We have students from many cultural backgrounds and geographic locations—as demonstrated by the more than 68 different languages spoken in the homes of our families. SPS offers our students a learning experience rich in cultural diversity and reflective of the global society in which they will work and live. www.stamfordpublicschools.org

Stamford Public Schools/Adult & Continuing Education
888 Washington Boulevard
203-977-4105
On-line and on-site enrichment programs are offered in free Citizenship, GED Preparation, National External Diploma, High School Completion, Family Literacy and ESL classes. Advanced level classes are available at our Stamford English Language Academy. www.stamfordadulted.org

University of Connecticut – Stamford Campus
1 University Place
203-251-8406
UConn is ranked in the top 20 of the nation’s best public universities. UConn Stamford serves 1,500 undergraduate students and 500 graduate students (primarily in the School of Business). The undergraduate program offers students a full four-year degree program in 14 majors, as well as the ability to begin any UConn major with the option to change campuses to Storrs. The Connecticut Information Technology Institute (CITI) provides professional IT training and education in the latest IT applications, operating systems, internet and programming. Recently developed undergraduate programs include Digital Media and Design, while a new M.S. in Business Analytics and Project Management will launch in January 2017. UConn Stamford hopes to cement its place in Downtown Stamford by serving as a nexus of activity and opportunity for the university, the local community, and industry. www.stamford.uconn.edu