If you are or have taken courses at a postsecondary institution following high school graduation, the University of Hartford considers you a transfer student. There is no minimum credit limit to qualify as a transfer student.
No. Grades do not transfer, only credits will transfer.
Students will receive their transfer credit evaluation two to three weeks after their acceptance, with the exception of a few programs. If it has been more than three weeks since your acceptance and you have not received your transfer credit evaluation, please contact the Admission Office at 860-768-4296.
Not necessarily. The Undergraduate Admission Office will determine which credits will transfer into the University. The college evaluator for your school or college will determine how your credits may apply to your program.
Yes, students must be attending full-time, a US citizen or Permanent Resident, and without a previously earned Bachelor's degree to be considered for non-need based aid. Eligibility is contingent upon the timeliness of your application for admission and the availability of funds.
Transfer students are eligible for one of the following:
Students enrolled in The Hartt School are ineligible for academic scholarships and academic grants (See Talent Scholarships for more information regarding scholarships for Hartt School students.)
All students who file the Free Application for Federal Student Assistance (FAFSA) will be considered for additional need based funds . We recommend filing online through the federal government website www.fafsa.gov. For best consideration, file by February 1st prior to the academic year for which you wish to receive financial aid.
If you miss the deadline, you may still apply for financial aid, but some funds may be unavailable. Applications for aid will continue to be processed as long as funds are available. If you have not yet applied, do so immediately.
Yes, if you have attended any post secondary institution, regardless of grades achieved or desired credit, you are required to submit an official transcript. Failure to submit or disclose prior attendance may result in withdrawal of your application.
Please see the Transfer Credit section
Please see the Admitted Students section
If you have been admitted as a part-time student, you will need to contact the appropriate college evaluator to discuss your credits and register for classes. Please contact the Office of Admission if you need contact information for your college evaluator.
If you have been admitted as a full-time student, you will need to submit your tuition deposit packet. This payment secures your housing, financial assistance and place in the entering class. You will need to submit your tuition deposit packet and payment before you are able to register for classes.
Yes, if you have attended any post secondary institution, even if you have withdrawn, you are required to submit an official transcript. You are considered a transfer student unless deemed otherwise through a review of the transcript. Failure to submit or disclose prior attendance may result in withdrawal of your application.
If yes, please contact the appropriate college evaluator for the program in which you have been accepted. Your college evaluator will explain which credits may apply to your degree program and will assist you with registration for classes.
Yes, students can take up to 15 credits as a non-matriculated student. Please contact the Registrar's Office to register for classes at: 860-768-4999.