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Tuition, Fees and Aid

UConn's Office of the Bursar provides the official University fee structure and most up-to-date tuition information.  Visit the Stamford Bursar Office for specific information.

The Stamford Campus offers a variety of residential housing.  Visit the Residential Life Stamford Campus Housing page for information and room rates.

Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) between October 1 and UConn’s on-time deadline of February 15 for maximum aid consideration. Financial aid packages are awarded based on eligibility and typically include a combination of funds from several programs and sources. For details, visit the Office of Student Financial Aid Services or call 860-486-2819.

Merit Scholarships

The University of Connecticut is proud to offer a number of renewable merit scholarships for both in-state and out-of-state students with a record of high academic achievement and leadership. Students participating in the Guaranteed Admission Program also have a unique opportunity available through the President-to-President Scholarship. Incoming first-year students are automatically considered for most merit scholarships administered by the University of Connecticut with the exception of the Nutmeg and Day of Pride scholarships, which require a school counselor nomination. UConn Promise Grants are reserved for Hartford and New Haven Promise Scholars.

Offers of merit scholarships through UConn are reserved for U.S. permanent residents and citizens and are generally awarded for fall semester entry.

Stamford Campus Scholarships

Specific scholarships are available to students enrolling at UConn Stamford campus through the generous support of corporations and private donors. These include the Bank of America Scholarship, General Re Scholarship, the 460 Scholarship, and others. Applications are accepted every spring, for awards that begin the following semester. Awards can range from $100 to $3,000. To see the full list of UConn Stamford scholarships and criteria, and to apply, click here.

Other Scholarships and Aid

The Office of National Scholarships recruits and mentors high achieving students to compete for prestigious national and international awards.

For more information on university and non-university scholarships visit UConn's Office of Student Financial Aid Services.

You may also wish to check your library, contact community groups, high school or prior institutions and local civic organizations for information regarding other scholarship opportunities. You should never have to pay a fee for any scholarship search. All students should fill out a FAFSA form for other financial aid. (University of Connecticut Federal Code number is 001417).