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Admission

Contact The Hartt Admission Office

Office Hours: M–F

8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

University of Hartford
Office of Admission
200 Bloomfield Avenue
West Hartford, CT 06117
860.768.4465

harttadm@hartford.edu

At Hartt, we help you partner your passion with your dream profession.  Our tight-knit community of performers, creators, and scholars will help guide you to your distinct path.

Our admission staff is here to answer any questions about the application and audition process.

On Campus Auditions

Check back soon for an update on our 2020/2021 campus auditions.

Fall 2020 UPDATE FOR INTERNATIONAL ADMISSION

EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY (DECEMBER 23, 2019)

The University of Hartford’s international student recruiting and admission activities for fall 2020 are underway, and we want to communicate about some recent (and temporary) changes that will impact our international admission process in our performing arts programs for the remainder of the current cycle.

If you have already applied, please contact Hartt Admission (harttadm@hartford.edu) to discuss your options for the fall of 2020. International students who are currently enrolled in The Hartt School will not be impacted by any of these temporary changes.

 

Undergraduate diplomas and degrees

For the fall of 2020, the University will continue to receive applications, hold auditions and accept international students for the following degrees:
  • Music – Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Arts
  • Dance – Bachelor of Fine Arts
  • Theatre – Bachelor of Fine Arts

Due to pending approvals with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, applications to the Undergraduate Diploma in Music are not able to be processed at this time. We anticipate that this program will be accepting applications for the fall of 2021.

 

Graduate diplomas and degrees

For the fall of 2020, we will continue to receive applications, hold auditions and accept international students for the following music degrees:
  • Master of Arts in Music – This is a new program that is being launched for the fall of 2020. Its flexibility will enable students to focus on instrumental performance, vocal performance, composition, instrumental conducting, choral conducting, music theory, music history, jazz or music education. 
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Music Education
Pending approval with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, the University will offer the following diplomas and degrees. Until approval is received, we are temporarily not able to admit international students into these programs: 
  • Graduate Professional Diploma
  • Artist Diploma
  • Doctor of Musical Arts
  • Master of Music
  • Master of Music Education
However, for the Master of Music or the Master of Music Education programs:
  • Master of Music – International students should consider applying for the Master of Arts in Music. We anticipate that the Master of Music will once again be offered for the fall of 2021, and it would be possible to transfer into the Master of Music from the Master of Arts without losing time or credits.
  • Master of Music Education  International students should consider applying for the Master of Arts in Music. We anticipate that the Master of Music Education will once again be offered for the fall of 2021, and it would be possible to transfer into the Master of Music Education from the Master of Arts in Music without losing time or credits.

Your goal should be to trust yourself, your training, and engage fully in the audition process.

Stephen Pier, Artistic DIrector, Dance

The Hartt Admission Office

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