The University of Connecticut is a public, 4-year school located in Storrs, CT, just 25 miles east of Hartford. Founded in 1881 as the Storrs Agricultural School, the name was changed in 1939 to the University of Connecticut as new education programs were added. The main campus covers 4400 acres and features traditional collegiate red brick architecture. UConn also includes satellite campuses in Groton (Avery Point) for National Undersea Research Center; Stamford primarily for Business; greater Hartford for Liberal Arts and Waterbury, CT. Among many notable alumni, active in politics, sports and entertainment are musician Moby and Doug Bernstein, co-founder of Melissa & Doug toy company.