Information about fee bill, payment plan, and other deadlines can be found on the Bursar Calendar.
The Bursar’s Office works to enable and assist students to meet financial obligations, with a focus on financial integrity and accountability. This includes paying fee bills, filling out I-9 and other tax forms, and distributing refund checks.
Use the campus map to navigate campus.
Learn about how and when to tour the Storrs campus.
The Dean of Students Office is committed to the mission of the University of Connecticut and the Division of Student Affairs by providing diverse experiences and support that empowers student success.
Family Weekend is an annual event that takes place each fall at the University of Connecticut. This weekend of fun-filled events gives you a snapshot of our culture, the community’s academic excellence and the energy of our vibrant campus.
Learn about the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974. FERPA affords students certain rights regarding their educational records. This law is also known as FERPA and the Buckley Amendment.
Deadlines for the FAFSA, scholarships, and loans can be found on the Financial Aid Timeline.
Learn about where students should go when they’re sick on campus. Student Health Services’ multi-disciplinary team provides high quality, cost-effective Primary Care, Health Promotion and Educational Outreach.
The mission of Counseling and Mental Health Services is to provide the highest quality clinical services to promote the emotional, relational, and academic potential of all students.
Need to add Husky Bucks to your student’s account? Login to the One Card website to do so.
The Office of the Registrar is responsible for providing services to students and faculty such as creating course record management, classroom assignments, final exam scheduling, publication of the Undergraduate Catalog, academic record creation and maintenance, student registration, enrollment verification, as well as processing of grades and transcripts.
Find essential links, including UConn Lingo for Parents, academic resources for your student, and payment/fee resources.
Find all the information you need about dorms, meal plans, and living on campus.
Learn how to address mail to your student, and where they can go to retrieve their mail and packages.