2022-2023 Important Dates
- June: Undergraduate Fee Bills are released
- July: Graduate Fee Bills are released
- August 1st: Fall Undergraduate, PHARMD, NDEG, MED, DENT Fee Bill Due
- August 26th: Fall Graduate Fee Bill Due
- August 29th: First Day of Fall Semester
- September 15th: Health Insurance Waiver Deadline
- October 16th: Private Scholarship Deferment Due Date
- Mid-Late November: Spring Fee Bills are released
- Early December: Graduate Spring Fee Bills are released
- December 2nd: Health Insurance Opt Out Waiver opens
- December 12th: Private Scholarship deferrals begin (submit letters)
- December 13th: Winter Undergraduate Fee Bill Due
- December 15th: Medical and Dental Fee Bill Due
- December 17th: Husky Book Bundle Opt Out Waiver opens
- January 8th: Spring Undergraduate Fee Bill Due
- Mid January: 1098-T forms will be generated electronically
- Mid January: 1098-T forms mailed to students who opted out of electronic
- January 13th: Graduate, Law, LLM and DERE Fee Bill Due
- January 17th: First Day of Spring Semester
- March 1st: Private Scholarship Deferment Due Date
- August 8th: Spring Undergraduate, PHARMD, NDEG Fee Bill Due
- August 25th: Graduate Fee Bill Due
3 Types of Access
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.
FERPA stands for the Federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act which protects your students information and educational records. Under FERPA, your student has certain rights regarding their educational records, including the right to have access to their own educational records, and the right to have control over the disclosure of personally identifiable information from their records (except in certain circumstances specified by FERPA regulations). FERPA requires University faculty, staff, vendors and affiliates (known as school officials) to protect their educational records and the information contained in those records. School officials can only share the contents of those records in accordance with FERPA's requirements including only sharing or discussing the contents of the records with the students prior written consent.
Students have the ability to create a pin to provide permission for certain offices at UConn to discuss records held or managed by that office. Please provide student ID and Pin when calling or emailing an office to discuss records.
A delegate is a person, such as a parent, guardian, spouse, or partner, that students give access to view some areas of their education record.
Students are able to grant one or more authorized users access to their financial information, including the ability to view charges on the account, pay the bill, or enroll in a payment plan.
For more information please visit UConn's FERPA page.
Students who receive private scholarships that have not yet been listed as a credit on their bill can request to have the value of the scholarship deferred. Scholarships that are contingent on grades, credits or GPA cannot be deferred. All deferral requests for the fall must be made before 10/16 and 3/16 for the spring.
For more information on scholarship deferrals please visit the Private Scholarship Deferment page
For questions about University scholarships, FAFSA, aid eligibility, loans, grants, etc., visit our Financial Aid website.
529 Payment Plans
To pay with a 529 plan parents must contact and request a check from the plan provider. When mailing in 529 checks be sure to include Unit 4100 in the address and the students ID number on the check. We will not receive the check if the students ID and Unit 4100 are not included. Payments by 529 can be deferred for up to 3 weeks.
Office of the Bursar
University of Connecticut
233 Glenbrook Rd, Unit 4100
Storrs, CT 06269-4100
For more information on 529 Plans visit our Payments Page then select “College Savings/529 Plan”
Tax Form 1098-T
The Form 1098-T is a tuition statement that colleges and universities are required to issue to most students who paid for “qualified educational expenses” in the preceding calendar year. Qualified educational expenses include tuition and mandatory enrollment fees as well equipment fees that is required for your courses. However, the University is not required to prepare Form 1098-T for every student even if they paid for qualified educational expenses.
For more information on tax form 1098-T please visit http://bursar.uconn.edu/1098-t and contact email@example.com for any questions.
Waiving Health Insurance
All students are required to have a health insurance and are automatically enrolled in university health insurance. Students who already have health insurance can submit a waiver to unenroll in the provided health insurance and get the fee taken off their bill. To waive health insurance have your student log in to their Student Admin portal and go to the Bursar Services tile. The select waivers and health waivers.
For more information please visit our waiving health insurance page.