The University of Connecticut encourages all students who are ready to take their next step in pursuing higher education to apply for admissions, regardless of citizenship status. The admission process does not vary based on citizenship status and a social security number is not required for the admission process. To learn more about the admission process and in-state tuition for undocumented students follow this link: https://admissions.uconn.edu/undocumented-students
For additional information or questions regarding applying for admissions to UConn as an undocumented student, please contact Kristina Rivera at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (860) 486-3137.
- In-state Tuition
- In 2011, the Connecticut General Assembly approved a law that offers undocumented students residing in Connecticut in-state tuition benefits at the state’s public institutions of higher education. To learn more about the requirements for eligibility follow this link: https://admissions.uconn.edu/undocumented-students
- Institutional Aid
- In 2018, the Connecticut General Assembly enacted new legislation that allows undocumented students to apply for institutional financial aid. This aid comes directly from tuition dollars and the money granted is based on financial need. The annual deadline to complete this application is February 15th. To learn more about the requirements and the process to access the application follow this link: https://financialaid.uconn.edu/undocumented_students/
- Information on scholarships awarded by individual schools and colleges can be found by following this link: https://financialaid.uconn.edu/students-new-or-continuing/
For additional information or questions regarding financial aid as an undocumented student, please contact the financial aid office at email@example.com