University of Hartford

The Hartford and The University of Hartford

The partnership between the University of Hartford and The Hartford means qualified employees can receive a quality, valued education and a 10% reduction on tuition.

New Students: How to Apply and Receive Your Tuition Reduction

  1. Complete the online application by clicking on either the "Graduate Degree Application" or "Undergraduate Application" button.
  2. If you are applying for a Graduate Degree, be sure to agree to terms, then select "waive." Be sure to enter in the email Subject Line "The Hartford Application." After completing the online application, you must send an e-mail from your company email account to: toller@hartford.edu stating that you applied and that you would like to waive the application fee and receive the 10% discount. Be sure to complete in the email Subject Line "The Hartford Application."
  3. You will be contacted by Rob Toller, Assistant Director of our Graduate and Adult Academic Services ( toller@hartford.edu ; 860-768-4457) about your academic and career plans.

Current Students: Register for Classes

Once enrolled as a student in a degree program, you are enrolled for the entire length of the program and will not need to resubmit your application. When you register for classes, you must send an e-mail from your company email to: toller@hartford.edu noting your student ID Number, the subject class (e.g., MBA 710, Leadership & Management) that you have registered for, the Course Reference Number (CRN), and that you would like to receive the ten percent (10%) tuition discount.

Partnership Features and Benefits

The University of Hartford is a nationally accredited undergraduate and graduate institution known for academic excellence, outstanding teaching, innovative research, scholarship, and creative attainment. As a private university with a public purpose, we engage students in acquiring the knowledge, skills, and values necessary to thrive in, and contribute to, a pluralistic, complex world. Our commitment to the adult learner is demonstrated through careful one-on-one listening, planning, careers and academic advising, flexible transfer college credit evaluations, and supportive faculty teaching and advising.

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