Invest In What Matters Most
At the University of Connecticut we hunger for smarter solutions, for bigger ideas, and for greater understanding. We understand enrolling in college is a considerable financial commitment. That’s why our Office of Student Financial Aid Services is dedicated to helping our students and their families afford this opportunity.
At UConn we partner with you to help navigate the Financial Aid process to ensure you are well informed of the costs associated with obtaining a degree at all of our campuses. All students are automatically considered for merit scholarships when they apply for admission. To be considered for other forms of aid, you must fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
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An investment in higher education is an investment in what matters - you and your future. Choosing UConn is a smart step toward success: we pride ourselves on being not only among the premier public research universities, but also a best value among public colleges.
We Are Here To Help
Our office is centrally located in the Wilbur Cross Building of the Storrs Main Campus and our team of Financial Aid staff is accessible to you to answer any questions. We encourage students and their families to use the tools and resources on this website to learn more about the financial aid process at UConn.
Understand Your Aid Offer
Financial aid is available to help with all the costs of your education, above and beyond tuition. Students and their families can view and manage current and previous financial aid awards on the Student Administration System. The Student Administration System provides users with a portal to their financial aid status, and enables users to review their financial aid details, accept or decline their financial aid offers, and enter aid from other sources.
At the end of each term, the Office of Student Financial Aid Services (OSFAS) is required to evaluate students who are currently on a Financial Aid Eligibility Plan for compliance with the University SAP policy. The Financial Aid Eligibility Plan status applies to students whose SAP appeal was approved in 2021. The fall term review […][Read More]
We have been notified that students are receiving phishing emails with the following subject: Important Message From College’s Finance Office: Please be aware that this is NOT being sent by the Office of Student Financial Aid Services and you should not click any urls included in those communications. For more information on how to identify […][Read More]
Students who are experiencing an expense related to coronavirus (including eligible expenses under a student’s cost of attendance such as food, housing, course materials, technology, health care, tuition and childcare) may complete an emergency grant application at https://financialaid.uconn.edu/arp-emergency-fall-grant-application/. To qualify for an emergency grant the student will have to meet the following criteria: Enrolled and […][Read More]
Financial Aid Applications Processed
OF UCONN UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS RECEIVE GIFT AID IN THE FORM OF GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS FROM ANY SOURCE
More than $198M
in gift aid support for UCONN students annually