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Admitted Students

Students hanging out by the rocks on the Avery Point campus

Welcome to UConn Nation!

Congratulations on being admitted to UConn Avery Point for the Spring 2021 semester! Our Spring 2021 Orientation Program is mandatory for all students planning to enroll for the Spring semester. In mid-November, we will begin sending Orientation information to all admitted students who have paid the $300 enrollment fee. Orientation dates are currently scheduled for December 15, 2020 and January 7, 2021 and advising/registration of classes will be included in the Orientation program. Please make sure to set up your UConn email and check it frequently for information about Orientation and updates. For additional information about the upcoming Spring Orientation, please click here.

UConn Avery Point Important FAQs

We are all in this together and we WILL make it a great semester!  Refer to the following FAQs for answers to your questions about the reopening of campus.  And PLEASE remember to read your UConn email for updates and reach out to us by email if you have any questions.

Checklist

First-Year / Transfer / International

Congratulations – you’re in! The admitted student checklist is your way to stay on top of everything you need to know to become #UConnBound. So, what’s next?

First-Year Checklist

Applicant Portal

Reply to your offer of admission, pay your enrollment deposit, view your financial aid award and more through the applicant portal. It’s important to check the applicant portal often to stay informed and for updates regarding the receipt of application documents.

Applicant Portal

Virtual Experiences

It’s never been easier to stay connected to our campus community. We’ve designed these virtual visit opportunities to meet your unique needs so that you can experience UConn Avery Point anytime, anywhere.

Virtual Experiences

Class of 2024 Facebook Group

Join your Official Class of 2024 Facebook group to connect with new peers from around the world; swap questions, share tips, and discuss all things UConn.

Class of 2024 Facebook Group

Academic Calendar

Wondering when classes start? Or which holidays UConn observes? Our Academic Calendar has all of the key dates you’ll need to know.

Academic Calendar

Orientation

Your UConn education begins at Orientation. Connect with classmates, meet with an academic advisor, and register for classes during UConn Avery Point's Orientation Program to ensure a successful transition to your new campus community.

Orientation

Student Profiles

Kinley Stephens- Class of 2023

Kinley

At Avery Point I was able to jump into multiple leadership roles almost immediately and gain that experience and responsibility that I would not have been able to obtain at another school. I have been continuously building my resume since the first week of school. 

Sue Ra- Class of 2021

Sue

Avery Point's commitment and dedication to student success is easily one of the best aspects of the campus. Because it is a smaller campus with a small-knit community, my relationship with advisors and professors has helped me find the right track and receive incredible insight to tons of academic and professional opportunities.

Hannah Ward- Class of 2023

hannah ward

Avery Point's resources have made me more organized and focused as a student, which has kept me on track with my studies and goals. My advisor and career counseling have given me a lot of help with my resume and guided me to different majors. The professors are always there to help with time management and classwork and I feel more prepared every day to take on new experiences.

Jared Hodgdon- Class of 2022

Jared

Avery Point has allowed me to become more active in the college community. I have personally become a more outgoing person. If you really put forth the effort to enjoy your time here at Avery Point, I can assure you that, just like me, you too will come out of your shell and enjoy college.

Sara Tomis- Class of 2023

Sara Tomis

Avery Point's commitment and dedication to student success is easily one of the best aspects of the campus. Because it is a smaller campus with a small-knit community, my relationship with advisors and professors has helped me find the right track and receive incredible insight to tons of academic and professional opportunities.