Here in UConn's Office of Undergraduate Admissions, we recognize the importance of your role in a student's college search process. In fact, it's your dedication that makes our jobs easier.
In return, we hope to make the work you do as simple as possible. Below, you'll find information that should help you through your students' application processes, as well as professional development opportunities to enjoy and resources to utilize so that, together, we can recruit the next great class of Huskies.
Join our counselor mailing list to receive the latest application, scholarship, and financial aid information, as well as invitations to our virtual events and programs for secondary school counselors.
Applying to UConn
All applicants must complete either the Common Application or Apply Coalition with Scoir (either preferred for first-year and international applicants), or the UConn Application (preferred for transfer applicants). Find out more about what a completed first-year application looks like at UConn.
College Counselors Forum
Each year, the University of Connecticut brings together a diverse group of approximately 50 school counselors for a university visitation and counselor enrichment program known as the College Counselors Forum (UC Forum).
If you're an out-of-state secondary school counselor interested in visiting UConn, complete our Interest Form and be among the first to be notified when our 2024 program dates are announced.
8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Group visitation programs are designed for high schools, community colleges, and community-based organizations that work with students in 9th grade and above. Group Tour reservations must be scheduled at least three weeks in advance.
SRAR FAQS FOR SCHOOL COUNSELORS
School Counselor Guide
Designed exclusively for our school counselor community, our School Counselor Guide contains the latest admission requirements, scholarship opportunities, and financial aid information, as well as a detailed outline of our application process and the resources that are available to your students.
School Counselor Advisory Board
Established in 2021, the University of Connecticut's School Counselor Advisory Board gives in-state, secondary school counselors the opportunity to share their expertise and guidance with the University. Board members have the option to serve a two- or three-year term, attending in-person and virtual meetings throughout the year. For more information about joining UConn's School Counselor Advisory Board, please complete our interest form or contact Heather Schrang.