Please select this option if you are currently enrolled in High School / Secondary School. If you have completed High School/Secondary School but have not started a degree / diploma program please select this option.
Web Application - Please complete this online application.
Paper Application – Please type on your computer, scan and send. Hand written applications will not be accepted.
The Common Application – Please complete this application if you are attending a High/Prep School in the US or an International School overseas.
We will begin our admission review on the basis of an electronic (scanned) copy of your academic records. Your admission will become final once we receive the official transcript/record from each high school (secondary school) you have attended.
Important: All transcripts presented in a language other than English must include a translation. The official academic records must be mailed in a separate sealed envelope. Please request that an official copy of your official records be sent to the address below:University of Hartford Bates House Office of Admission – International 200 Bloomfield Ave. West Hartford, CT 06117 USA
Please follow our instructions online for proving financial support.
English Language Proficiency
If English is not your native language you are required to prove that your language ability is meets our minimum standard.
If you intend to pursue a degree at the University of Hartford but you do not meet our English language proficiency requirements, you will begin your studies in our on-campus English Language Institute.
English Language Testing – Minimum Scores
Undergraduate all programs:
TOEFL: 79 IBT
EC Higher Education: Level B2+ Pre advanced
Graduate All Programs
TOEFL: 80 IBT
EC Higher Education: Level B2+ Pre advanced
Alternative methods for proving English proficiency:
Successful completion of English Composition at a Regionally accredited College or University in the United States with a grade of B or higher *Must be a traditional in class format online classes will NOT be accepted
International Baccalaureate - English A1 or A2 with grade of 3 or higher
Advanced Placement English with a grade of 3 or higher
SAT Evidence based reading / writing 480 or higher
GCSE or GCE English Pass (syllabus A) with grade of A, B or C
A HKCEE English Pass with a grade of (Syllabus A) with a grade of A, B, C or D
Trinity ISE II Level - Pass in all module areas
Note: US Citizens and Permanent Residents whose native language is NOT English are also required to prove their proficiency with English.
Please check the following requirements ONLY if you are applying to a degree in the Fine Arts Music, Theatre, or Dance.
Hartford Art School Portfolio Requirements
Painting, Sculpture, Visual Communication Design, Ceramics, & Illustration
Submit an Art Portfolio with a minimum of 15-20 pieces of your art. This should include examples of your best work from the last 2 years, observational drawing and other approaches that demonstrate your strengths. Please submit work that shows the breadth and depth of your art endeavors and highlights your ideas and conceptual abilities as well as your technique.
The Hartt School Requirements - Music, Theatre, & Dance
All majors within The Hartt School require the completion of Hartt’s Supplemental Application and an audition and/or interview. This can be through a recording and/or Skype interview. Please visit the Hartt Admission page for further information.
These exams are Not Required. You can gain admission without submitting these results. If you chose to take these exams they may help to increase the strength of your record.
In some cases, students who fall below our admission standard have gained admission as a result of a good score on these exams. Submitting these scores can also strengthen your candidacy for scholarship.SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test)
University of Hartford's school codes are: 3436 for the SAT and 0606 for the ACT.
International Baccalaureate: No specific score is required for admission. Diploma holders will be offered admission. An applicant's examination results will determine their eligibility for credit.
Advanced Standing: The higher the IB score the more credit you will earn against your degree requirements. No credit is awarded for Subsidiary level subjects.
Advanced Placement: Students scoring 3 and above will be considered for credit in their respective subject area.
If you are studying in the United States and have a valid I-20 you are required to complete our "Transfer-in" I-20 Request Form.