Tuition and Costs
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Kiplinger’s Personal Finance ranks UConn a “Best College Value” among top public colleges, saying that “students can receive a stellar education without graduating with a mountain of debt.” And with most of our students receiving financial assistance, we agree. Our goal is to make a UConn education affordable to each incoming student.
Incoming freshmen are automatically considered for most merit scholarships, making the goal of affordability that much easier for you. And UConn employs students each year in nearly every University department, giving students the opportunity to not only offset the cost of college, but also to gain valuable work experience.
What does UConn cost?
|2015 – 2016 Estimated Yearly Expenses for Full-Time Undergraduates|
|University & Student Fees||$2,842||$2,842|
|Residence Hall (average)||$6,660||$6,660|
|University Meals (7-day program)||$5,776||$5,776|
|Estimated Yearly Expenses*||$25,802||$47,344|
|University & Student Fees***||$800||$800|
|Estimated Yearly Expenses*||$11,324||$32,866|
*Books and supplies cost an additional estimated $850. Total yearly expenses are subject to change within the academic year. Please visit the Office of the Bursar for the official fee structure and most up-to-date information.
**No on-campus residential facilities are available.
***Fees may vary at each regional campus.