Current Students2

Now that you are part of the UConn community, you will receive regular information about activities. Please pay special attention to emails from the UConn Bursar’s office, the Registrar’s office, the Graduate school and our office, CDEE/MENG.

The information below should provide you with the majority of the information you need to know to get started in your graduate career.

Resources

Academic Calendar

Course Schedule

Course Registration Policy

Course Registration

UConn Email

Student Administration (also referred to as PeopleSoft)

HuskyCT

Live Class Links

Advisor

Library Resources

Capstone Projects

SkyBox

Distance Learning Lab (DLL)

Bursar’s Office

Graduate School

Husky CT

Library Resources

NetID Information and Passwords

Registrar's Office

Student Administration Guide

Textbooks

Veterans Affairs Office

 

Forms

Course Registration Form.docx

FERPA Release - EB.pdf (only necessary for students who were active in MENG program prior to Fall 2016)

Transfer Credit Request.pdf

Capstone Project Guidelines.pdf

Residence Affidavit.pdf

Non-degree.pdf

Examination Proctor Request Form

 

Payment Plan and Late Fees

The payment plan enrollment fee will be $100 per semester. If your installment is received late, you will be assessed a $50 late fee.

Please note:  For every installment you are late you will receive a $50 late fee, which could result in $200 in late fees.  

We strongly urge you to pay your bill on time to avoid these late fees. As a reminder, the payment plan is available until Day 10 of the semester. If you enroll in the payment plan after the due date you are responsible for any missed installments at the time of enrollment online. You must re-enroll in the payment plan each semester.

For more information, contact: Office of the Bursar at bursar@uconn.edu

  • If you wish to drop a course, please send us an email with your request prior to the first day of semester.
  • If you are currently registered for your last class this semester please Apply for Graduation.
  • It is important to read the Payment and Refund Policy and deadlines before registering for classes each semester.