Congratulations on your Readmission to UConn. Here's what to do next.
Payment of Tuition & Fees
Fall fee bill due: August 1st
Spring fee bill due: January 8th
Visit The Office of the Bursar:
The specific day and time you can enroll in classes, also known as your Registration/Enrollment Appointment, is in Student Admin. Please look up your advisor’s name in Student Admin (your advisor may have changed) and then schedule an advising appointment.
If possible, plan to meet with your advisor prior to your registration/enrollment appointment but after the course schedule is available for next semester. Bring a tentative schedule with you to your advising appointment.
Apply for Housing
If you are attending the Storrs campus and wish to live on campus, you must complete the housing application through the MyHousing portal. Please note that it may take 3-5 business days after the $300 enrollment deposit has been paid for the housing application to become accessible.
Submit the online housing application through the MyHousing portal to request housing in Stamford's new residential facility. Early completion is recommended as space is limited. Housing notifications will be sent to students through their personal email address.
NOTE: Please review the Important Dates. Any students who apply after the priority deadlines (Storrs/Stamford, respectively) are in a queue for housing and will receive updates throughout the summer.
The MyHousing portal allows students to view the housing applications, housing assignment/roommate information, and select housing for future semesters
Full Course Catalog:
- Registration for the Intersession 2022 term begins on Monday, October 25, 2021
- Registration for the Spring 2022 term begins on Monday, October 25, 2021
Office of the Registrar:
COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement Policy & Procedures
Please review the COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement Policy & Procedures page for information on vaccination requirements to return to UConn.
Submit the FAFSA
Students who wish to apply for financial aid must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). For the best possible financial aid package, the FAFSA must be received by the Federal Processor on or before February 15 **This date has changed from March 1**. Financial aid is unavailable for international students.
Review and/or Accept Financial Aid Package
If you were offered financial aid, log into the Student Admin to view and accept, reduce or decline your offer. Offers of financial aid will become available beginning mid-March.
Satisfactory Academic Progress
If you have been cited for Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) because of your academic record, you would have received an email from the Office of Student Financial Aid Services (OSFAS). If you wish to appeal your SAP status, you must submit an appeal and supporting documents by the deadline in the email. Failure to submit a complete SAP appeal and have it approved will affect your eligibility for financial aid.
Financial Aid Services:
Meal Plans & Dining
Students who live on campus will select a meal plan as part of the housing process. Students who do not live on campus can visit Dining Services website for information on purchasing a meal plan if desired.
Student Administration System (Student Admin)
Student Health Insurance
The University requires full time students to maintain health insurance coverage. If you fail to complete the waiver in Student Admin, UConn will assume that you accept the University sponsored health insurance and the charge for that coverage will remain on your fee bill.
Student Health Services:
If you ever need assistance with technology and your devices, contact the ITS Technology Support Center. You can chat with a tech, browse their Knowledge Base, submit a support request, and even visit them in person.
You will need your NetID and password for your UConn email and all other information-related functions at UConn. You can find your NetID and set your password online at netID.uconn.edu
It is important to start checking your UConn email address regularly, and when corresponding to University offices by email, it can be helpful to include your name and student ID number in the subject line of your message. If you are unsure of how to access your UConn email, go to the G-Suite Setup site.
If you have earned credits or have classes in progress at another institution and you wish to have them transferred to UConn, visit Transferring Credit to UConn.
*Failure to have your official transcript sent to Transfer Admissions before the end of the first semester of your return can jeopardize having the work considered for transfer.
Make an Appointment
8:00am - 5:00pm
Monday - Friday
1:00pm - 3:30pm
Students must sign in by 3:30pm to be seen on that day.
Wilbur Cross Building
2nd Floor, Room 203
233 Glenbrook Road
Regional Student Services Contacts
Christine Mosman, Associate Director of Student Services
10 Prospect Street, Rm 127B
Erica Granoff, Director of Student Services
1 University Place, Rm 201
Kelly Bartlett, Interim Director, Student Services
Student Services Suite, 2nd Floor