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The University of Connecticut offers a competitively priced undergraduate education for international students, especially if you qualify for the University’s renewable merit scholarship. On this page you’ll find cost of attendance information and important dates and deadlines for applying.
Estimated Cost of Attendance for international students
Tuition rate and estimated costs are for the 2022–23 academic year. Prices are in US dollars.
This is only an estimated amount, as the price for dorms, meals, and other expenses can vary.
Housing and meals
$65,530 per year
Conditionally admitted students who join a program at UConn’s American English Language Institute (UCAELI) can check their cost of attendance here.
Proof of finances
You need a Certificate of Eligibility – also known as “Form I-20” – to apply for your US study visa. To issue your I-20, UConn must have proof (usually a bank statement or sponsorship letter) that you have funding available to cover costs for at least the first year, including tuition, fees and living expenses.
For 2022–23, the minimum amount required is $65,530.
** Some programs require supplemental application materials to be submitted directly to the program — these might have different deadlines from what is listed above. Please check deadlines for supplemental materials with the appropriate department. Additional information is found on the University’s transfer requirements page.
2022–23 semester dates
August 22 (TBC)
Please note: we do not accept applications for the Spring intake. UCAELI summer programs start in May or July. View UConn’s academic calendar for full details on dates.
Further dates and cost information
View the summary sheet below for full details of other deadlines, deposit amounts and program durations.