In these times of financial turmoil, many students and families have become concerned about the stability of the financial lending institutions on which they rely to fund their education. We at the University of Hartford would like to reassure you that we will continue to help you manage your educational borrowing needs whether it be through Federal or private supplemental loans. We have a strong working relationship with many lenders and are confident that funds will continue to be available to students and their families. Should you have concerns, please contact us at 1.800.947.4303.
This site is designed to provide general information to prospective students, their families, and currently enrolled students.
For additional information, please refer to the University of Hartford's Undergraduate and Graduate Bulletin. You may obtain the Bulletins by downloading them from our website at www.hartford.edu or by contacting the University of Hartford's Office of Admission and Student Financial Assistance at (860) 768-4296. Students may also request the Bulletin by emailing email@example.com.
Note: The University
cannot guarantee that your need will be met in full because financial
aid is contingent upon the timeliness of the your application,
federal regulations, institutional policies governing financial
aid, and the availability of funds. Furthermore, if you have earned
a baccalaureate degree or are enrolled less than full time, you
are ineligible for University administered or funded grants or
In addition to its own funds, the University of Hartford participates in all Federal Title IV Programs and Federal Family Education Loan Programs. Residents of Connecticut and of those states with reciprocal agreements with the State of Connecticut may also be eligible to receive state scholarships or grants.