About Us

Founded in 1983, HASUG is a local SAS user group serving all of Connecticut. Its purpose is to promote the use of the SAS System by holding quarterly meetings at locations statewide, publishing a quarterly newsletter, and promoting public and consortium training within Connecticut

Announcement of Next Meeting

Our next HASUG meeting will be on Friday, November 11 at The Hartford from 8:30 am (coffee and conversation) with speakers starting at 9:00 AM. Meeting room is TA.0024. More information will be coming soon.

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November 2016 Meeting
November 2016 Meeting

Our November meeting is shaping up to be another informative and engaging time. We will be filling in some details as we go, but here is some information we have now: Time & Date Friday,…

Take our Survey!
Take our Survey!

All of you are the very best part of HASUG, and we want to ensure that we are listening to your thoughts and capturing your interests. Please take a moment to complete this survey (hosted…

May 2016 Meeting
May 2016 Meeting

It’s that time again! Please join us for our spring meeting, and kindly use the form on this page (or the one on our homepage) to register. Thank you. Time & Date: Friday, May 20,…

February 2016 Meeting
February 2016 Meeting

Join Us! Our next HASUG meeting will be on Thursday, February 18 at UCONN Farmington Campus from 8:30 am (coffee and conversation) with speakers from 9:00 am onwards.  The event is at the Cell and…

SAS Tips & Tricks
SAS Tips & Tricks

From beginner to advanced users, SAS professionals everywhere can turn to the SAS Training Post Tips & Tricks Blog . The SAS Training Post is where you’ll find tutorials, tips and practical information to help…

Many Thanks to DEEP
Many Thanks to DEEP

Hooray for Spring! For the May 2015 meeting, HASUG members were treated to some beautiful sunshine and captivating views of the mouth of the Connecticut River thanks to our gracious host, CT DEEP Marine Headquarters….

Our New Site
Our New Site

Welcome to our new website! We hope that you find the site fresh and useful. Please browse our sections, and be sure to check back in time to register for our next meeting. If you…