Please follow the steps below to ensure that your submission is complete.
Note: If you have ever enrolled full-time at a post-secondary institution after graduating from high school you are a transfer
student and must
apply as a transfer
for details regarding the transfer admission process.
If you were previously admitted and attended classes at any UConn campus as a degree student, do not submit this application for admission.
For information on readmission, contact the UConn Dean of Students Office
at (860) 486-3426.
After you click "Begin Application for University of Connecticut" at the end of this page, you will need to create a username and password.
Please record your username and password for future reference.
Complete the Online Application Form
The online application has eight sections.
If you follow the self-paced process outlined in the Instructions section on the right, your work will be saved, allowing you to return to the site to work on the application as many times as necessary before submitting it.
Submit Your Application Fee
Your application for admission includes a $70 application fee.
We encourage you to make a secure payment online via credit or debit card (Visa, MasterCard, or Discover) or you may submit a check, money order, or College Board fee waiver (not applicable for transfers) via postal mail.
Confirm Your Application Submission
After submitting your application, you will view an online confirmation page.
This page confirms the successful submission of your online application.
If you do not see this page, your application was not successfully received.
Please print this page for your records.
You are required to submit supporting documents as outlined in the Transfer Application Requirements or Freshman Application Requirements section of the UConn Undergraduate Admissions site.
Official transcripts from all high schools and/or colleges attended are required, whether or not credit is desired or expected.
Transcripts may be received electronically through Naviance directly from a high school or must be in a sealed envelope from the institution.
Please send all supporting documents to:
University of Connecticut
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
2131 Hillside Road, Unit 3088
Storrs, CT 06269-3088
Fine Arts Applicants
If you are applying to a major within the School of Fine Arts (Acting, Art, Digital Media Design, Music), you will be required to provide supplemental information for Admissions consideration that could be in the form of an audition, an interview, or a portfolio depending on program of interest. Please click here for more information.