Congratulations! We are excited to welcome you to UConn Nation!
Now that you have been accepted and have made the decision to attend UConn, these are the next steps you should plan to take to ensure a successful transition.
An email providing your NetID and activation information was sent from the University Information Technology Services (UITS) when you applied for admission. You will use your NetID to access the Student Administration System, HuskyCT, housing information and other technology services.
The University has partnered with Google Apps for Education for its email system. All official correspondences from the University will be sent to this address.
Paying your enrollment fee lets us know that you intend to enroll at UConn, and secures your place. You may pay your enrollment fee online in your applicant portal using a credit card or electronic check.
Your enrollment fee can also be paid by personal check or money order. Checks should be made payable to "University of Connecticut" and must include your NetID number on your payment method. Payment made by mail should be sent to:
The University of Connecticut
Office of the Bursar, Unit 4100
233 Glenbrook Road
Storrs, CT 06269-4100
Please do not send cash through the mail. Checks or money orders are the only acceptable forms of mailed payments.
Whether you're looking to apply for financial aid or accept an award package, the Office of Student Financial Aid Services has everything you need to get started.
Each UConn campus welcomes its students in a variety of ways. Open Houses and Admitted Student receptions introduce you to faculty, fellow classmates and campus life at UConn.
If you will be attending Storrs, you may register for our UConn Bound Days
If attending one of UConn's four regional campuses, view the Admitted Student Events page.
If you are attending the Storrs campus and wish to live on campus, you must complete the housing application. Please note that it may take 3-5 business days after the enrollment deposit has been paid for the housing application to become accessible.
If you are attending the Stamford Campus, submit the online housing application to request housing in Stamford's residential facility. Early completion is recommended as space is limited.
All new Huskies are required to attend an orientation or registration session. At Transfer Orientation, you'll create your class schedule and learn the ins and outs of our academic programs and campus community!
Submit your Health History Form. Students who are not compliant with all of the required immunizations by the tenth day of classes will have a hold placed on their student record and will be unable to participate in add/drop registration processes.
An official final transcript from the institution most recently attended must be sent to UConn directly from the institution either electronically through an authorized provider such as Parchment, eSCRIP or National Clearinghouse or by postal mail in a sealed envelope. Students who attended an institution outside of the United States where the transcript is in a language other than English must submit both an official transcript in the native language as well as a certified translation. Official transcripts can be sent to the address below:
University of Connecticut
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
2131 Hillside Road, Unit 3088
Storrs, Connecticut 06269-3088
The Form I-20 will enable you to apply for the F-1 visa necessary to study in the United States. The F-1 application should be completed immediately as it is difficult to determine the length of time for processing. We will issue the Form I-20 and your official letter of admission after your Financial Declaration Form with supporting documents and enrollment deposit are received.