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Weekend Storm and Arrival Advisory

A winter storm warning is now in effect for Hartford County until 7 p.m. Sunday. Residential students are asked to postpone their return to campus to Monday afternoon or, for those whose class schedules allow, Tuesday. Students, please do not travel to and arrive on campus Sunday, and check back here throughout and following the storm for the latest advisories.

Hartt Community Division activities before 2:30 p.m. on Sunday have been canceled. An update will be posted by 10 a.m. Sunday about the status of HCD activities scheduled to start at 2:30 p.m. Sunday and later.

Total Cost of Attendance

2018-19 Cost-of-Attendance

for International Undergraduate Full-Time Students

 

1 Semester 2 Semesters

2 Semesters
(Non-Credit) ESL

Tuition and Fees

$20,347

$40,694

$13,242

Housing and Meals

$6,238

$12,476

$12,476

Insurance

$1,100

$2,200

$2,200

 

*Direct Cost Total

$27,685

$55,370

$27,918

 

Books & Supplies

$510

$1,020

$1,020

Personal/Miscellaneous

$834

$1,668

$1,668

Indirect Cost Total

$1,344

$2,688

$2,688

 

Total Required for I-20

$29,029

$58,058

$30,606

Individual budgets will vary from student to student depending upon the selection of room accommodations, board plans and personal needs. The above budget has been developed in an effort to break down what your direct cost to the University will be.  Any amounts listed in tuition, fees, room and board will require direct payment to the University. The room and meals charges are based on two students to a room and a 7 Day All Access Freshman meal plan.  The cost of these two items could increase or decrease depending on your final selection.

Direct costs are charges which are assessed and billed by the Bursar’s Office based on a student's enrollment and housing status.  

Indirect costs are ESTIMATES but need to be budgeted into a student’s annual cost of attendance. 

 Cost-of-Attendance

for International Undergraduate Exchange & Visiting students

 

Exchange student one Semester Exchange student two Semesters
Visiting student one Semester Visiting student two Semester

*Tuition and Fees

$168

$336

$12,237

$24,474

Housing and Meals

$6,173

$12,346

$6,1736

$12,346

Insurance

$1,100

$2,200

$1,100

$2,200

 

*Direct Cost Total

$7,273

$14,456

$19,510

$39,020

 

Books & Supplies

$510

$1,020

$510

$1,020

Personal/Miscellaneous

$821

$1,642

$821

$1,642

Indirect Cost Total

$1,331

$2,662

$1,331

$2,662

 

Total Required for I-20

$8,772

$17,544  


$20,841

$41,682

*Exchange students are not required to pay tuition or student fees. These costs are paid to their home University. For a student to attend as an exchange student, a current agreement must be on file with the University of Hartford’s International Center. To learn if your University has a current agreement, please contact Ms. Nicole Kurker-Stewart, Director of International Studies: kurkerste@hartford.edu

Individual budgets will vary from student to student depending upon the selection of room accommodations, board plans and personal needs. The above budget has been developed in an effort to break down what your direct cost to the University will be. Any amounts listed in tuition, fees, room and board will require direct payment to the University. The room and meals charges are based on two students to a room and A 7 Day All Access Freshman meal plan. The cost of these two items could increase or decrease depending on your final selection.

Direct costs are charges which are assessed and billed by the Bursar’s Office based on a student's enrollment and housing status.

Indirect costs are ESTIMATES but need to be budgeted into a student’s annual cost of attendance.