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Avery Point

Academic Excellence

At UConn Avery Point, you’ll get all the benefits of a prestigious public research university in a small college setting. Established in 1967 on Long Island Sound at the mouth of the Thames River, UConn Avery Point inspires students with specialized programs that take advantage of our waterfront location and delivers an exceptional education in more traditional areas of study.

4-Year Degree Programs
Undergraduate Research Opportunities
Internationally Renowned Faculty
Education Abroad
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UConn Avery Point Scholarship Application

Are you planning to attend Avery Point in the Fall 2020 semester?   If so, we have exciting news for you -- The 2020 Avery Point Scholarship application is now available!

The deadline to apply for Fall scholarship awards is Friday, March 13th

Additional information about current Avery Point scholarship awards is available Here (scroll down to scholarships.)

  • 4-Year Programs

    American Studies
    English
    General Studies
    Marine Sciences
    Maritime Studies

  • 135+

    Study Abroad Programs

  • 72

    Acres on the CT coastline

  • Top 3 reasons to enroll

    Value
    Location
    Student-Faculty Ratio

Important Deadlines

  1. Priority Freshman Application

    Deadline for Merit Scholarship & Honors Consideration. Notification of Admission Begins March 1

    Dec

    01

  2. FAFSA Financial Aid Eligibility

    Notification of Financial Awards Begins Mid-March

    Feb

    15

  3. Fall Freshman and transfer application

    Admission decisions are made on a rolling basis.

    May

    01

  4. Spring Freshman and Transfer Application

    Admission decisions are made on a rolling basis

    Oct

    01

Upcoming Events

Jan 30, 2020 | 6:30 PM

Magician Dan Martin

Auditorium

Avery Point Campus

Jan 31, 2020 | 11:00 AM

Marine Sciences Seminar: Matthew Charette

Marine Sciences Building

Avery Point Campus

Jan 28, 2020 | 9:00 AM

Design an Accessible Syllabus

Rowe 319 and Online

Storrs Campus

Jan 28, 2020 | 9:00 AM

Graduate Reading Group in Human Rights, 1/28

Dodd 162

Storrs Campus