<h3>General University Fee</h3>
Fee supports student related programs and institutional services of those programs. These programs are, by definition, ancillary to the educational mission of the University and must generate a portion of their operating revenue through fees for services or sales charges. GUF provides support for such programs as Student Health Services, Athletics & Recreational Services, One Card Office, Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts, Student Activities and Student Union, and the Off Campus Student Services Office.
Fee supports various IT projects directly benefitting students including, but not limited to, increased wireless capacity, UConn Virtual PC (vPC), technology and media related library services, and the Microsoft Campus Agreement which allows students a highly discounted price on MS Office and Windows. The fee does not cover surcharges for online courses.
<h3>Infrastructure Maintenance Fee (IMF)</h3>
Fee supports debt service associated with South Campus residence halls and partially supports Operating and Maintenance (O&M) costs related to UCONN 2000 construction projects as well as preventive and deferred maintenance.
<strong>Graduate Matriculation Fee</strong>
Each degree-seeking student under the jurisdiction of the Graduate School pays a Graduate Matriculation Fee. This fee is payable regardless of the credit load or the campus of registration, and applies to students registering for Continuing Registration or other zero-credit courses as well. Graduate students who enter graduate school with more than six credits of advanced course work and apply it to their degree requirements are responsible for payment of the Graduate Matriculation Fee for those semester(s) in which the excess non-degree work was taken, unless the fee is waived by the Dean of the Graduate School.
<strong>Graduate Student Activity Fee</strong>
A non-refundable fee is charged each semester to all students taking courses at the Storrs campus. The proceeds from this fee are used by the Graduate Student Senate for its programs for graduate student welfare and recreation.
Fee supports the campus shuttle bus service including bus maintenance, bus drivers and administrative support.
<h3>Student Activity Fee</h3>
Fee supports the Graduate Student Senate for graduate student programs and functions.
Master’s, doctoral, Sixth-Year in Education, graduate certificate, and post baccalaureate students must begin their programs with coursework and must maintain registration continuously each semester thereafter (except summer sessions) until all requirements for the degree have been completed. Registration may be maintained either by taking coursework for credit or by registering for one of the non-credit Continuing Registration courses. These include Special Readings at the certificate (GRAD 5997), master’s (GRAD 5998) or doctoral (GRAD 6998) level, Master’s Thesis Preparation (GRAD 5999), and Doctoral Dissertation Preparation (GRAD 6999). Other zero-credit courses may be substituted, if appropriate. Non-credit registration requires payment of University fees.
Graduate School regulations require registration in each semester by all graduate degree program students. (See "Continuing Registration.") Students at the Storrs campus, at the Avery Point regional campus, or at the Health Center in Farmington who fail to complete initial course registration by the end of the tenth day of classes of any semester will be dropped from active status and will be required to pay a registration fee.
<h3>Escrow Breakage Deposit</h3>
One-time charge of $50 for the establishment of an escrow account. This deposit, minus any outstanding charges, will be refunded to you upon completion of your degree or withdrawal from the University.
<h3>Online Course Fee</h3>
$20 charge per credit on all graduate and non-degree students that have an instruction mode of "World Wide Web".