Tuition and Aid
2018-2019 Avery Point Tuition and Fees
Fall fee bills are due August 1.
Spring fee bills are due January 8.
|(Academic Year 2018-2019)||CT Resident||Non-CT Resident||NE Regional|
|General University Fee||112||112||112|
|Infrastructure Maintenance Fee||468||468||468|
*Excludes room and board, parking fees, waivable fees, and fees relating to selected courses or academic major. Applicable course fees are listed in the long description of a course in the course catalog. .
|No. of Credits||General Univ. Fee||Infrastructure Fee||Activity Fees 1||Technology Fee||Transit Fee||INSTATE Tuition||Sub-Total||OUT-OF-STATE Tuition||Sub-Total||Regional Tuition||Sub-Total|
*Per Semester. Excludes room and board, parking fees, waivable fees, and fees relating to selected courses or academic major. Applicable course fees are listed in the long description of a course on the course catalog.
1 Activity Fees: Stu.Gov. $35.00
The Financial Aid award process will begin after March 17, 2018. A notification will be sent to the student’s personal email address to view their Financial Aid award package.
Financial Aid award packages will NOT be sent by U.S. Mail.
Need Financial Assistance?
Fill out FAFSA at www.fafsa.ed.gov. UConn school code is 001417; use this code for regional campuses also.
The student is responsible to review and accept or decline his/her financial aid award by logging in to his/her Peoplesoft account: Self Service -> Student Center -> View My Financial Aid. Click on correct aid year. The student is responsible for amount above and beyond what financial aid will cover by the due date. If there is a credit balance, refunds will be sent to the Bursar’s Office after the first day of class.
Avery Point Campus, Bursar’s Office
Address: 1084 Shennecossett Road, Groton, CT 06340
Location: Room 303, in the Branford House
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. (subject to change during registration periods and holidays)
Phone: (860) 405-9007
New Cashless Policy Implemented
As of August 1, 2015, the Avery Point Bursar’s Office will not accept cash payments. Check and money order payments can still be made in person or by mail. Payment can also be submitted with an electronic check or credit card online through the Student Administration Account or the authorized user’s e-Bill and Payment Suite Login. Information regarding other accepted payment methods can be found on the Bursar’s Office website. Students are also welcome to visit the Storrs campus to make cash payments.
The following must be done by the posted deadline dates and can be done through your Peoplesoft account under student permissions:
- Did you submit your Title IV waiver?
- Did you submit your health insurance waiver?
- If you took out a federal loan, did you submit your entrance counseling and master promissory note
Methods of Payment
Payment is expected in full at the beginning of each semester (Fall-August 1 , Spring-January 8) and may be subject to a $50 late fee.
- Made payable to: University of Connecticut
- Mailed to: Bursar’s Office, 1084 Shennecossett Road, Groton, CT 06340
The Avery Point Bursar’s Office is not able to accept cash payments.
VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, JCB, BC Card, DinaCard and Diner’s Club. A 2.75% non-refundable convenience fee will apply to your transaction. This convenience fee is required to offset the expense of offering credit cards as a payment option and is paid directly to the credit card processor. Paid on-line through your Peoplesoft account; click on pay bill.
Paid online through your Peoplesoft account.
A “hold” is placed on any student account with a past due balance. It is the primary collection tool used by the university. Once placed, the “hold” remains in place until the student has fulfilled their financial obligation to the university.
Until removed by the Bursar’s Office, a financial hold restricts certain student activities:
- Transcript release
- Registration for future semesters
- The ability to add or drop classes
Late Fee Policy
A late payment fee of $150 is payable by all undergraduate students whose tuition and fees are not paid in full on the published fee bill due date. Checks returned by the bank for any reason are considered late payment. Additionally, students will have services such as class registration denied if all fees have not been paid by the due date.
The University of Connecticut and the Avery Point Campus have a number of scholarship opportunities for incoming and continuing students.