UConn is continuing to accept transfer applications for the Fall 2022 semester to non-restricted programs at all campuses.
Update on summer 2022 hybrid lab science courses
As a result of COVID-19 closures and cancellations, the University of Connecticut will be flexible in the award of transfer credit for Fall 2020 – Spring 2022 courses taught in an online format. For Summer 2022 only, UConn will accept laboratory science courses taken in hybrid format (with the laboratory taken in-person.) Beginning with courses taken in Fall 2022, the University of Connecticut will no longer grant credit for laboratory science courses taken online or in a hybrid format. Visit our admissions COVID-19 FAQ for more information.
Each year, more than 1,200 highly qualified transfer students enroll at the University of Connecticut. They come for our exceptional range of academic programs, nationally recognized Schools and Colleges, and our renowned faculty. Transferring from one college or university to another can be challenging. That's why we work hard to make transferring to UConn as smooth a process as possible to help qualified students obtain the superior education they deserve. All Transfer applicants must apply online through the UConn Application.
If you have earned your Associate's Degree or you have earned at least 60 credits from a regionally accredited college or university, you are invited to explore UConn's Bachelor of General Studies (BGS) degree. Complete your degree at your pace on your schedule. Developed with busy adult students in mind, the BGS Program offers convenient day and evening classes at all UConn campuses. Learn more about the BGS application process.