2022-2023 Incoming Student Tuition and Fees

These figures represent the typical tuition and fees and do not include Financial Aid or Scholarships in the calculations. This is only an estimated amount, as the fees for dorms, meals, course fees, etc. can vary.

Full-Time Undergraduate Storrs    In-State   Out-of-State New England Regional
Tuition 15,672 38,340 24,690
University and Student Fees1 3,762 3,762 3,762
On-Campus Housing2 7,436 7,436 7,436
On-Campus Meal Plan3 6,186 6,186 6,186
Subtotal Direct Costs 33,056 55,724 42,074
Waivable Fee: Health Insurance4 2,946 2,946 2,946
Subtotal Direct Costs (Plus Waivable Fees) 36,002 58,670 45,020

Tuition & Fees

(1) - Mandatory Fees are subject to change with approval from the Board of Trustees. Please click here for a description of fees. 

(2) - Housing Fee: The room charge is based on a standard double which is what most incoming students receive (UConn Housing Rates). Financial Aid uses an average room charge when calculating Cost of Attendance.

(3) - Dining Fee: The meal plan is based on the Value meal plan (UConn Dining Rates).

(4) Health Insurance Fee: All full-time students are required to be covered by health insurance. Students are therefore automatically billed for the University’s health insurance plan every Fall. If the student is already covered, they can waive the health insurance fee in their Student Administration account. For specific information regarding the University health insurance plan and waiver due dates please visit the Student Health Services website.

(5) Regional Campus Tuition and Fees: The New England Regional reduced tuition rate applies only for New England resident students enrolled in specific majors. If a student changes majors to a non-qualifying program, the out-of-state tuition rate will be charged and financial aid may be revised.  For more information on the program, including a link to a list of qualifying majors, please visit our New England Regional Student Program website. For more information on tuition breakdown, please click here.


At UConn, students may provide direct access to certain portions of their education records. Students also have the ability to provide permission for certain offices at UConn to discuss records held or managed by that office and/or services provided to the student through that office. Different processes are required for each of these options.

This page provides you with information on the various ways students can provide the University with the documentation it needs to share certain records or discuss their contents where prior written consent is required.

Share My Information- 3 Types of Access

Financial Aid

For more information regarding financial aid, please visit the Office of Student Financial Aid website.