UNDERGRADUATE The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) must be submitted to be considered for need-based financial assistance. It is strongly recommended that the FAFSA be submitted to the federal processing center by February 1. The University must receive the analyzed results of the FAFSA by March 1 for entering full-time undergraduates. The University awards a number of non-need scholarships on the basis of academic merit or performance criteria each year. All new students are automatically considered for these awards when admitted to the University. The University of Hartford Title IV Code is 001422.
GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS AND ASSISTANTSHIPSPartial tuition scholarships are available for applicants to the program. The awarding of the scholarships will be determined by the Graduate Admissions Committee in consultation with the department at the time of admission. Teaching assistantships will be made available to qualified candidates as determined by the Graduate Committee. These assistantships will be awarded above and beyond scholarship awards.