Steps to Apply to UConn



1. Explore our 150+ programs

Start by exploring our Degree & Certificate Programs to determine which program is a good fit for you and your goals:

Degree & Certificate Programs

From the quality of our faculty and research facilities, to graduate student support both financially and academically, UConn programs are competitive across graduate school rankings.

2. Choose the program that's right for you

After comparing programs, if you still have questions, reach out to faculty and the program through their website or fill out our form to request information. Now would be a great opportunity to schedule a campus visit with the Lodewick Visitors Center.





3. Ready to apply?

Admission Requirements
If you have additional questions, please visit our FAQ page.
Most other questions can be answered by the programs through their individual websites.

4. Apply online

Ready to apply? The online application will walk you through the application process. You can save and return to the application at any time.

Apply for Admission

If you would like to apply to the UConn School of Dentistry, UConn School of Law, or UConn School of Medicine , please visit their websites, review their application requirements, and apply using their separate applications.






5. Application decisions announced

Once the program reaches a decision on your application it will be reviewed by The Graduate School.  After that review, you’ll be notified of the admission decision via email.  For questions about application review timelines, decisions, and offers of financial support, contact your program directly.

6. Decide and accept

To accept or decline admission, you must login to your application. If you decide to attend UConn, know that we’ll do everything we can to support you throughout your academic career.

Accept or Decline





7. Transition to UConn

Congratulations, and welcome to the UConn community of talented and enthusiastic students and alumni! Your next steps are outlined below:

Information for New Graduate Students