Q: What is the SF Responsibility Agreement?
A: The SF Responsibility Agreement is a statement of the financial obligations and responsibilities you agree to assume when you attend UConn.
Q: What is the SF Responsibility Agreement hold?
A: The SF Responsibility Agreement hold is placed on all active students account when the Student Financial Responsibility Agreement is assigned, and will prevent registration until it has been accepted.
Q: How often must I complete the SF Responsibility Agreement?
A: The SF Responsibility Agreement must be completed every academic year.
Q: What if I will not be attending the term(s) the Student Financial Responsibility Agreement was assigned to?
A: If you are not attending for the term(s) that the Student Financial Responsibility Agreement is assigned, then you are not required to complete it.
Q: What if I don’t want to accept the SF Responsibility Agreement?
A: The SF Responsibility Agreement must be completed in order to register for classes for the next academic year.
Q: How can I view previous semester’s SF Responsibility Agreements?
A: The student can access all completed/incomplete agreements in their Action List on the Student Homepage. This also allows them to print a copy for their records.
Q: When will the SF Responsibility Agreement be assigned?
A: The SF Responsibility Agreement will be assigned to all Active students prior to the beginning of Registration for the fall term, every academic year. An email notification will be sent to your UConn.edu email address indicating that the SF Responsibility Agreement has been assigned.
Q: How long after I complete the SF Responsibility Agreement is the SF Responsibility Agreement hold removed?
A: Once you click the Finish button on the SF Responsibility Agreement, you will be redirected back to your Student Homepage and the hold is removed. An email notification will be sent to your UConn.edu email address indicating you have successfully completed the SF Responsibility Agreement.
Q: The SF Responsibility Agreement talked about the Title IV Financial Aid Authorization. Did I also agree to that in this agreement?
A: No. You must still complete the Title IV Financial Aid Authorization, available on the student administration system website, under the heading of “Student Help.” For additional assistance, view the instructions on how to complete the agreement.
Q: What is the 1098T Consent?
A: The 1098T Consent allows a student to consent to electronic delivery of Form 1098-T, a tax form which colleges and universities are required to issue to most students who paid for “qualified educational expenses” in the preceding calendar year.
If you click “Accept”, your 1098-T will be available to you electronically in the Student Administration System. If you click “Decline”, it will not be available to you electronically, and will be mailed to the mailing address on file.
For questions regarding Form 1098-T, please visit our Tax Form 1098-T webpage or email email@example.com.
Below is a copy of the SF Responsibility Agreement: