Tuition and Aid
According to Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, UConn is a University where “students can receive a stellar education without graduating with a mountain of debt.”
For the most current schedule and fees, please visit The Bursar's Office website.
2017-2018 Waterbury Tuition and Fees
Fall fee bills are due August 1st.
Spring fee bills are due January 8th.
|Academic Year 2017-2018||CT Resident||Non-CT Resident||NE Regional|
|General University Fee||112||112||112|
|Infrastructure Maintenance Fee||468||468||468|
Excludes room and board, parking fees, waivable fees, and fees relating to selected courses or academic major. Applicable course fees are listed in the long description of a course in the course catalog. Please note that UConn Waterbury does not offer university housing.
|No. of Credits||General Univ. Fee||Infrastructure Fee||Activity Fees*||Technology Fee||Transit Fee||INSTATE Tution||Sub-Total||OUT-OF-STATE Tuition||Sub-total||Regional Tuition||Sub-Total|
Per Semester. Excludes room and board, parking fees, waivable fees, and fees relating to selected courses or academic major. Applicable course fees are listed in the long description of a course on the course catalog. Please note that UConn Waterbury does not include university housing.
*Activity Fees: Student Government $35.00.
Higher education is an invaluable investment. Our goal is to make a UConn education affordable to each student selected for admission.
In fact, more than 86 percent of UConn students receive some form of financial assistance. Our Office of Student Financial Aid Services is your one-stop source for information on scholarships, grants, loans, need-based financial aid, veteran’s benefits and student employment.
Financial aid, including grants and loans, is only available to U.S. citizens and permanent residents.
Visit UConn’s Office of Financial Aid Services for more information and to learn about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). For the best possible financial aid package, the FAFSA must be received by the Federal Processor on or before March 1st.
The Federal School Code for all UConn Campuses is: 001417
UConn Waterbury offers a variety of scholarships for incoming and current Waterbury campus students. Criteria for these scholarships vary, but include academic performance, community involvement, and financial need.
- The deadline has passed for the current student scholarships.
- The deadline for the incoming student scholarships has been extended to Wednesday, March 7th. However, we are allowing the deadline for this information to be Monday, March 12th (see below).
Three important points:
- Students can only access the scholarship if they have applied for admission to UConn-Waterbury. You do not need to have been admitted, but you will have to submitted your application for the Waterbury Campus, not Storrs.
- Students need a netID and password to apply, which will be sent after applying to the University.
- We also ask for a recommendation. Those can be mailed to the Scholarship Committee (see below) since most high schools will not give a student a letter of recommendation. However, in order for the online system to accept applications students will need to download a very basic note, in the recommendation request section, stating a recommendation will be mailed to the campus. We are allowing the deadline for this information to be Monday, March 12th (see below).
The campus address is:
Dr. Stuart Brown
University of Connecticut at Waterbury
99 East Main Street
Waterbury, CT 06702