Making the decision to apply to the University of Connecticut means you understand the importance of a UConn degree and where it can lead. You’ve taken countless steps to get here, and the entirety of your college application is a testament to who you are, all that you have accomplished along the way, and the many interests and passions that drive what’s next.
If you have ever enrolled full-time at a post-secondary institution and have completed 12 or more credits after graduating from high school, you are considered a transfer applicant.
Students looking for non-credit programs, general interest courses, professional development/career enhancement opportunities, or specialized fine arts programs are encouraged to explore UConn's Bachelor of General Studies degree or non-degree credit study.
Students applying to programs in which professional licensure/certification is required are encouraged to review UConn's Program by State Look-up to determine if the program curriculum meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state.