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Transfer Students

Upcoming Events
 
Tuesday, Feb. 11, 12:15–1:15 p.m.
Getting Involved, Support Services, and Registration
Hillyer hall, room 130
 
Tuesday, March 10, 12:15–1:15 p.m.
Financial Aid
University Commons, Private Dining room

UHart welcomes you to campus! Transfer students are an important part of our diverse and thriving community.

We believe supporting our students is paramount to their success. Here you'll find resources designed to make your transition easier.

Things to Know

Campus Safety

Keeping you safe while at UHart is of the utmost importance. Read about the systems put in place to keep students, faculty and staff informed about safety on campus.

Student Life & Support

Emergency Text Notifications

The University of Hartford provides an emergency notification system that enables you to receive alerts and updates as text messages on cell phones and through their UHart email accounts. Sign up to receive text alerts.

At most universities, student life and academic services are distinct units with different goals and priorities. At the University of Hartford, Student Affairs and Academic Affairs exist together under one label: the Division of Student Success.

Adjusting to college life can be a challenge. That’s why, at the new Center for Student Success, we help students seamlessly transition and get the support they need to feel acclimated. As a UHart student, you can receive one-on-one tutoring and support in areas such as:

We know that every student is different and we work collaboratively to celebrate and support each and every one of you.

Register for Classes

The first time you register for classes, we recommend that you contact your school/college evaluator, as they can help you get on the right track right from start. They will look at your transfer credits and determine the classes you need to graduate. Please contact them:

Themelis Pelekanos '20

Finance, Barney School of Business

Themelis Pelekanos graduated Manchester Community College with an associate's degree in Accounting and Business Administration in May 2018. Shortly after, he started his academic career at UHart. Right from the start, everything fell into place—Professor Celia Lofink helped make the transfer process really easy and Professor Lashgari became his advisor and mentor. Additionally, Themelis received financial aid and a scholarship, which helped him financially. 

UHart has been an incredible experience. I have met so many people, connected with companies, immersed myself in corporate opportunities, and made lifelong friends. I'm currently interning at United Technologies, and I'm looking forward to apply what I've learned at UHart in forging new relationships and career opportunities."