Apply to UConn Stamford

Application Instructions

Freshman applicants must apply online through either the Common Application or the Coalition Application. The UConn Application is recommended for transfer applicants. Freshman applicants should be attending an approved high school program. Upon graduation, a minimum of 16 units, with 15 in college preparatory work, must be completed.

Admissions Requirements

Application Instructions

Dates & Deadlines

Fall Semester

December 1 Priority Freshman Application Deadline for Merit Consideration  
July 1 Regional Campus Freshman Application Deadline Admissions decisions are made on a rolling basis and typically released after January 15. 
June 15  Transfer Application Deadline (as applicable - some majors are not available)  
July 15 Transfer Application Deadline for Bachelor of General Studies   

Spring Semester 

October 1 Freshman & Transfer Application Deadline   
December 15 Transfer Application Deadline for Bachelor of General Studies   

Please allow several business days for document processing. All documents must be received by the application deadline to be considered on time.

There has never been a better time to be a Husky. Information may be requested by calling 203-251-8541 or by email at beahuskystamford@uconn.edu. Visit www.admissions.uconn.edu for additional details regarding the admissions process.  Join our mailing list and keep up-to-date with admissions-related information.

Bachelor of General Studies

Students interested in transferring to the Bachelor of General Studies (BGS) program should contact the BGS office; (203) 251-8550 or BGSstamford@uconn.edu for more information.

The applications and official transcripts should be sent to:

BGS Program
University of Connecticut
One University Place
Stamford, Ct. 06901

Please go to the BGS web page for more information.

Undocumented Students

The University of Connecticut encourages all academically accomplished students who are ready to take the next step in reaching their higher educational goals to apply for admission, regardless of citizenship status. This includes students who may just be learning their immigration status for the first time during the college admissions process. Admission to the University is based on a holistic approach which includes grade point average, class rank, SAT or ACT score, required essay, extracurricular activities, and optional letters of recommendation, and does not take into consideration an applicant's citizenship or immigration status. Read about the application process for undocumented students.

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