Students should apply as an international freshman applicant if they:
- are a non-U.S. citizen or non-Permanent Resident and;
- have completed secondary school (equivalent to U.S. grades 9-12)
Students who have previously enrolled at another college or university and have earned 12 or more transferable credits should apply as an international transfer student.
A strong academic foundation is the key to a successful admission application. International freshman applicants must complete secondary school (equivalent to U.S. grades 9-12) and be eligible to enter a university in their own country prior to the expected entry date to the University of Connecticut.
International applicants should have college preparatory coursework in the core subjects of English (if offered), mathematics, physical science, and social science reflected throughout their high school academic careers. Students applying to the school of Nursing or Engineering must have taken secondary school level physics and chemistry.
International students who have completed all four years of secondary school in the U.S. are required to meet the domestic freshman admission requirements.
DATES AND DEADLINES
|December 1||Priority Freshman Application Deadline for Honors Consideration||Admissions decision notification begins March 1|
|December 1||Special Programs in Medicine, Dental Medicine, Law and Pharmacy|
|January 15||Storrs Campus Application Deadline||Admissions decision notification begins March 1|
|July 1||Regional Campus Freshman Application Deadline||Admission decisions are made on a rolling basis|
|October 1||Freshman Application Deadline for all UConn Campuses||Admission decisions are made on a rolling basis|
Please allow several business days for document processing. All documents must be received by the application deadline to be considered on time. Late applications and applications not completed by the deadline will be reviewed on a space-available basis. Admitted students have until May 1 to secure their place at UConn by paying their enrollment deposit. Admission decisions made after May 1 have an enrollment deposit deadline of two weeks from the date of the decision notification.