Forms & Waivers

Student Forms

Late Fee Appeal Form

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  • Extenuating circumstances only for late fees posted in the current semester.
  • Do not attempt to appeal a late fee if you have not yet received one on your bill.
  • Please allow 7 business days for a response to your appeal, or until after Day 10 if it is the beginning of the semester.
  • Your bill must be paid in full (except the late fee) for an appeal to be considered.
  • If you are not the student, you must include your 4-character FERPA PIN. If you do not have a FERPA PIN, please have your student create one.

      No Refund Hold Form

      Please click here to fill out the No Refund Hold Form to request to add or remove to fee bill.

       

      Private Scholarship Deferment Request Form

      To defer your scholarship to your fee bill, please click here to submit a request along with the letter that was sent from the scholarship provider stating exact amount.

       

      Parent Plus Credit Balance Hold Authorization Form

      If you would like the University of Connecticut to hold your credit balance instead of refunding it to you or your
      student, Department of Education regulations require that we obtain written authorization from the parent borrower.
      A credit balance occurs when the university credits Federal Student Aid (FSA) Parent Plus Loan funds to a student’s
      account and the total amount of those funds exceed the student’s allowable charges.

      This is a voluntary authorization and is valid from the date that the school receives it from the parent.
      The parent borrower may also cancel at any time and the cancellation likewise takes effect on the date that we
      receive it from you. In such cases the funds will be paid to you within 14 calendar days after the university receives
      your cancellation request.

      Please click the link to fill out the Parent Plus Credit Balance Hold Authorization Form. 

       

      Parent Plus Cancel Credit Balance Form

      If you would like the University of Connecticut to cancel your credit balance authorization hold and
      refund you, Department of Education regulations require that we obtain written authorization from the
      parent borrower. A credit balance occurs when the university credits Federal Student Aid (FSA) Parent
      Plus Loan funds to a student’s account and the total amount of those funds exceed the student’s
      allowable charges.

      This is a voluntary authorization and is valid from the date that the school receives it from the parent
      borrower. This cancellation or modification of the original authorization is not retro-active, it takes
      effect on the date that the school receives it from the parent. The funds will be paid directly to the
      parent borrower within 14 calendar days after the university receives your request.

      Please click the link to fill out the form: Parent Plus Cancel Credit Balance Form

       

      Department Forms

      UConn W9 Form

      Please click here to be directed to the Tax & Compliance General Tax Information page to fill out the UConn W9 Form. 

      Cash Receipt Form

      Please click here to download the Cash Receipt Form.

      Grant Advice Form

      Please click here to download the Grant Advice Form.

      Scholarship Disbursement Request Form

      Please click here to fill out the Scholarship Disbursement Request Form. The form will be sent to the Office of Student Financial Aid and can be contacted at financialaid@uconn.edu and (860) 486-2819.

      Financial Aid Waivers

      Title IV Waiver

      The Department of Education has implemented federal regulations that authorize this University to administer Title IV financial aid funds. Title IV funds are financial aid you may receive in your financial aid package from the University and include:

      • Federal Pell Grant
      • Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant (SEOG)
      • Federal Perkins Loan
      • Federal Education Loan Program
      • Stafford Loan Program-Subsidized and Unsubsidized
      • Parent Plus Loan
      • Federal Work Study Program

      Federal regulations stipulate that Title IV financial aid funds cannot be applied to your student account until ten (10) days prior to the first day of classes. Federal regulations further require that the University apply your Title IV financial aid funds to ‘allowable charges’, which are tuition, mandatory fees, and room and board charges contracted with the University. The University also allows many departments to assess charges to your student account in order to consolidate billing. Some of these charges might include, and are not limited to, Husky One Card charges, health charges, library charges and parking fines.  Federal regulations require the University to obtain your authorization to apply your Title IV financial aid to all charges appearing on your student account, not including finance charges.  (Finance charges include, but are not limited to, late fees, returned payment fees, and payment plan enrollment fees.)

      Your permission to authorize financial aid to pay for these charges will expedite the settlement of your student account. If authorization is not received prior to the settlement due date, the Title IV financial aid funds will not be applied to all charges. This may result in an outstanding balance on your student account and cause late charges to be assessed.

      You are not required to give authorization but if you do; once the authorization is signed, the Secretary of Education considers the initial authorization to continue to be valid for future years. You may cancel the authorization at any time by submitting your request in writing to the UConn Bursar’s Office. The cancellation is not retroactive and will take effect on the date that we receive it from you.

      You can create this Title IV Financial Aid Waiver by logging into your Student Administration account. In the Student Center, click the "Bursar Services" tile and select waivers, then "Title IV Waiver".

      Connecticut General Statutes (CGS) Tuition Waivers

      CGS Section 10a-105 (formerly Sec. 10-119a) requires the University of Connecticut to waive tuition for the following qualifying students:

      Graduate Assistantships Waiver

      For Information regarding Graduate Assistantships, Fellowships and Other Aid refer to the Graduate Catalog.

      If you begin your assistantship late, or if it is terminated early please refer to the Partial Graduate Assistant Tuition Waiver Calculator on the Graduate Assistant page.

      National Guard Waiver

      National Guard Tuition Waivers for Storrs students will be processed by the Office of Veterans Affairs and Military Programs located in Hawley Armory (north tower).

      The National Guard should send individual sealed forms that certify the student will receive the waiver to the Office of Veterans Affairs and Military Programs. Please visit their website for additional information.

      Veteran’s Waiver

      The veteran must complete paperwork with the Office of Veterans Affairs (located in Hawley Armory - north tower) to qualify for the waiver. Please visit the Veteran's Affairs website.

      September 11th Tuition Waiver

      The State of Connecticut has passed an act (Public Act 02-126) which grants a tuition waiver for those residents of the state of Connecticut who are either dependents or spouses of victims of the September 11, 2001 attacks. Students can complete their waiver applications by contacting the Office of Veteran Affairs and Military Programs: (860) 486-2442 or veterans@uconn.edu

      Additional tuition waivers under the Connecticut General Statutes and further information can be found by clicking on the following link:  CGS Sec. 10a-105 (e) 

      Employee Tuition Waivers

      Tuition Waivers are used for selected courses taken by certain employees defined by collective bargaining agreements and Board of Trustee actions, at any of the University of Connecticut campuses. Tuition waivers ONLY cover tuition or a partial waiver of a standalone credit fee program, which is equivalent to tuition for graduate level courses on space available basis. Waivers cannot be applied to any mandatory fees, books, registration fee, application fees, etc., which the student may incur.

      It is the responsibility of the student to adhere to the fee bill and enrollment deadlines set forth by the offices of the Bursar and the Registrar. Tuition benefit administrative deadlines and processes outlined by Human Resources have been put in place to provide time for processing and approval of employee tuition benefit applications as per collective bargaining agreements.  Once waiver is approved please allow 4-7 business days for Bursar’s Office to post waiver to account. Please contact the Bursar and/or the Registrar’s offices for enrollment and fee bill questions.

      Additional information regarding Collective Bargaining Agreement and Board of Trustee waivers can be found on the Human Resources website at:  https://hr.uconn.edu/tuition-benefits/

      Over 62 Waiver

      This waiver pertains to any person 62 years of age or older who has been accepted for admission, provided this person is (1) enrolled in a degree-granting program or, (2) for a person not enrolled in a degree program, provided, at the end of the regular registration period (on or after the first day of classes), there is space available in the course in which the person intends to enroll. Students must be a Connecticut resident and 62 years old prior to the beginning of the term they wish to enroll in. The waiver is only available for fall and spring semesters, and is valid for TUITION ONLY. Residual fees are the responsibility of the student. For any person who receives a tuition waiver and also receives educational reimbursement from an employer, the waiver is reduced by the amount of the educational reimbursement. Some fee based programs may not qualify for this waiver. The senior tuition waiver does not apply to students in graduate certificate programs. Please contact bursar@uconn.edu for any questions. For registration inquiries please contact the Registrar's Office.