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University of Connecticut Torrington

Application Details

Online Application Details

To complete your application for admission, you are required to submit supporting documents as outlined below. Upon submission of your online application, you will receive a confirmation email that will serve as a cover sheet for your supporting materials.

Print your email confirmation as many times as necessary and enclose a copy with any supporting documents that you send. When possible, please include all supporting documents in the same envelope.

Application Fee

Your required nonrefundable $70 application fee will be processed online with a credit or debit card. You can also submit a check, money order or College Board fee waiver via mail. Make check or money order payable to the University of Connecticut and include the applicant's name and date of birth on the form of payment.

 

High School Transcripts

Your high school transcript(s) should include your senior classes, class rank and latest grades earned. It is preferred that you include official transcripts in your packet of supporting materials. Transcripts must be submitted in a sealed envelope from your school. If you do not enclose your transcripts in your packet of supporting materials, they should be sent directly from your school to UConn.

 

GED Records

If you have completed the State High School Equivalency Diploma (GED), send the Office of Undergraduate Admissions an official copy of your diploma and a complete set of scores. Official transcript(s) of any work you completed in high school are also required.

 

Standardized Testing Results

SAT or ACT scores must be sent to UConn directly from the appropriate testing service or be posted on your official high school transcript. Students graduating from high school in 2006 and subsequent years must submit the new SAT or ACT with writing exam. SAT or ACT scores are not required if you are 25 years or older, or if your have completed 45 credits of college work at the time of application.
UConn CEEB Code: 3915
UConn ACT Code: 0604

 

Essay

All applicants must complete one of the following essay questions online:

  • Please describe what makes you a unique individual and how these qualities can benefit the University of Connecticut community.
  • Describe a person or event that has had a profound effect upon your life.
  • Ask and answer the one question you wish we had asked.

 

Letters of Recommendation (Freshmen Only)

Although optional, letters of recommendation are encouraged as they may enhance a freshman applicant's candidacy. Recommendation letters are limited to a maximum of two per person.

 

College Transcripts

All postsecondary official transcript(s) from each institution attended are required whether or not credit is desired or expected. It is preferred that you include official transcripts in your packet of supporting materials. Transcripts must be in a sealed envelope from the institution. Transcripts may also be sent directly to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions from each institution.

 

Permanent Resident Card

If you are a permanent resident/non-U.S. citizen, submit a photocopy of the front and back of your Permanent Resident Card.

 

Official TOEFL Scores

All international applicants whose first language is not English must submit official Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) scores. The TOEFL can also be a valuable supplement to the application for enrollment for those for whom English has not been their primary language. Official test scores must be sent directly to the University of Connecticut from Educational Testing Services (ETS).
UConn TOEFL Code: 3915