Visit the Wilbur Cross Building for the following resources.
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. The iCenter supports the Office of the Registrar in a number of ways that students find useful.
- Transcripts (Official & Unofficial)
- Online: The first and easiest method is through Student Admin. Indicate on the form how many copies you would like and where you want them sent. We will process and send out the transcript typically within 24 hours of your request.
- In Person: The second method is to fill out a transcript request form in person at the Registrar’s Office. Keep in mind that any holds on your account may prevent them from completing your request.
- Enrollment Verification
- Enrollment certificates can be presented to health insurance agencies, loan companies, car dealerships, housing authorities, consumer product companies, as official evidence of enrollment at UConn. The certificate is considered a valid, certified document. These certificates can be obtained by visiting the iCenter or the Office of the Registrar. Similar to transcripts, students can also request one online through Student Admin or visit the Registrar’s Office to fill out the form.
- Plan of Study
- The Plan of Study lists graduation requirements for each major and minor, and it is obtained from your academic advisor.
- Once a senior has applied online to graduate, they must submit a Plan of Study. Staff at the iCenter will be happy to collect the Plan of Study (we’ll even make a copy of it for your own records) and ensure that it is delivered promptly to our Degree Auditors for evaluation.
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.
Personalize your Career Plan with all of the resources the Center for Career Development has to offer. Resume critiques, mock interviews, career fairs, LinkedIn profile picture, career counseling, and so much more are available to graduate and undergraduate students of the University.
CSD provides a comprehensively accessible University experience where individuals with disabilities have the same access to programs, opportunities and activities as all others. The Center is also committed to promoting access and awareness as a resource to all members of the community.
Students may visit the Dean of Students Office for:
- Readmission to UConn
- Questions regarding Residency for In-State tuition
- Final Exam Rescheduling
- Voluntary Cancellation Notice
- Withdrawing from UConn during the semester
- Short Term Emergency Loan Fund
- Veterans Emergency Loan Fund
Community Standards staff work with students to ensure they are following the guidelines established in The Student Code.
The Office of Public Engagement advocates and builds capacity for all facets of engagement: scholarship, community based learning, civic engagement, and community outreach.
This suite of offices is home to the Vice President for Student Affairs, Michael Gilbert, and Senior Transition and Engagement Programs.
Need help financing your UConn education? This office has scholarships, student employment, grants, and loans to assist you in financing your education.
New to UConn and need an ID? Lost your One Card or need to add Huskybucks to your account? Visit the One Card Office and they’ll be happy to help! (Don’t forget to smile)
Orientation programs are a great way for new students to become acquainted with the UConn community. During Orientation not only do students learn about the campus culture, they also do things like meet with their academic advisor and sign up for their first semester of classes. Additionally, the Orientation office has also created programs for parents and guardians which gives them an overview as well.
Looking for a job on-campus or in the area? A visit to the Student Employment website can get you started! Many employers, both on and off-campus, advertise positions here.
Office of Vice President for Enrollment Management and Planning, Wayne Locust. Vice President Locust oversees activities in Admissions, Financial Aid, Lodewick Visitor’s Center, Office of the Registrar, and Orientation.