Welcome to the UConn Nation at Avery Point!
Admitted Students Fall 2017
As a UConn student, you will learn how to take personal responsibility for your academic and social choices, to pay attention to University requirements and fee deadlines, to know how to seek assistance, and to get involved with campus life. Your two-part Orientation to Avery Point is where you will:
- Learn about academic requirements and register for classes.
- Visit campus offices and learn about student services.
- Learn what you can do to “protect our pack.”
- Meet other students and discover how you will easily fit in with our campus community!
We have provided a great deal of information for you on-line. This information will not be repeated at Orientation, so please take the time to work through this website in order to be well prepared for Orientation. Without advanced preparation, you may not be able to complete the class registration process once you are at Orientation!
- Pay your enrollment deposit.
- Activate your NetID.
- Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
- Complete the Technology Tutorial.
- Review the Course Placement.
- Register for New Student Orientation Part 1.
- Prepare for Orientation.
- Mark your calendar for New Student Orientation Part 2: Friday, August 25.
- Upload a photo for your UConn ID Card.
- Log into your Student Administration System to see if you have any holds.
- Need academic accommodations? Register with the Center for Students with Disabilities.
- Register your cell phone at the University’s Alert Notification
- Access your UConn e-mail.
- Submit your official final transcript.
- Parents sign up for the parent e-mail list, AVPT_Parent-L.
- Submit your Health History Form by July 1.
- Pay your UConn tuition/fee bill by August 1.
- Register and pay for your parking pass on-line by August 24.
- Complete the on-line Alcohol Edu training module part 1 by August 24.
- Complete all financial aid paperwork by September 11.
- Complete the health insurance waiver by September 15 if you do not require University health insurance.
- Consider the on-campus “cash points” meal option at Mort’s Café.
- Explore off-campus housing.
- Prepare to be a successful college student.
- Become familiar with campus services.
- Get to know some of the key terms used at UConn.