Our Commitment to Connecticut Residents
UConn is committed to keeping a top-notch education accessible and affordable for Connecticut students. Beginning with new undergraduate students for the fall 2020 term, the Connecticut Commitment promises:
New First-Year Students
Tuition covered for up to four years (eight terms) of full-time undergraduate study for entering first-year students from qualifying families with household incomes of $50,000 or less
New Transfer Students
Tuition covered for up to two years (four terms) of full-time undergraduate study for entering transfer students with household incomes of $50,000 or less
A college education is a major investment for you and your family and it may be more accessible than you think, because we invest in you too. Whether you qualify for the Connecticut Commitment, or are able to benefit from the gift aid provided to approximately 63% of UConn's undergraduate students in the form of grants or scholarships, our goal is to make a UConn education affordable to each and every student selected for admission.
Explore your options and learn more about the different types of aid available to you by visiting the Office of Student Financial Aid Services.
It’s simple. Automatic consideration is given to every first-year and transfer applicant who:
- Is a Connecticut resident
- Is accepted to a University of Connecticut campus beginning fall 2020
- Has a household income of $50,000 or less
- Completes the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) or the UConn Undocumented Student Aid Application by the on-time deadline of February 15