As one of the seven colleges within the University of Hartford, we use the same admissions practices to make the process as seamless as possible! Information about the application, letters or recommendation, test scores, and more can be found on the University of Hartford’s Admissions page.
Indicate your interest in Hillyer on the UHart application or apply to one of our other six schools and colleges and let us determine if dual admission to Hillyer is right for you.
You Can Begin Your UHart Journey With Dual Admission
From your first day on campus, you are part of Hillyer College and one of our other schools through our dual admission program. Beginning with your first semester, you take classes in your intended major, as well as complete many of your general education requirements.
The added support and resources you receive will set you up for success!
Contact Assistant Director of Admissions Kayla Soto with any questions.
Criminal Justice, '22
One of those experiences was an internship with UHart’s Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice’s Center for Social Research on The Litchfield County Opiate Task Force’s Sober Homes Project. Her role was to conduct research on the ways in which operational improvements can be made to addiction and recovery homes in Connecticut. Read more.
My professors pushed me to become the best version of myself and now I will push others to become the best version of themselves,
Absolutely! If you want to apply directly to Hillyer College, please write "Hillyer College" in the major box. Once your application has been submitted, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know you applied. Include your intended major in your message, but don't worry if you are undecided. Hillyer courses are a great way to explore your passions and learn what you want to do.
The University of Hartford is a test-optional institution. All applications are read holistically; we focus on who you are and not just your academics. Read more about our policy.
We are focused on finding students who are motivated and want to find their untapped potential. We can help you do just that. Show us your passion through your application and in person during an informational interviews with Hillyer Dean David H. Goldenberg.