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Admission FAQ

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  • We continue to make decisions on applications throughout the admission cycle (September – February 1). Applications are only accepted for the Summer and Fall terms.
    • Summer for Advanced Standing (applicants who’ve earned their BSW)
    • Fall for Regular program
  • You must upload your transcript from the institution where you received your undergraduate degree as well as the transcript of any graduate level course work
  • Transcripts that are uploaded to your application are considered unofficial
  • If accepted, an official transcript will need to be sent to the Graduate School
  • Please refer to your school’s procedure on how to obtain unofficial transcripts
  • We highly recommend that recommenders submit their recommendations electronically as it aids in the processing of your application
  • Your application will be considered incomplete and will not be reviewed.
  • We encourage you to communicate with those providing your recommendations the need for these recommendations to be in on time.
  • National Applicants: You will continue to see this notification until your application has been reviewed and marked as complete by Office of Student and Academic Services (OSAS) staff. When your application is fully processed, the OSAS will check the test scores box, which will then stop that notification.
  • International Applicants: You will continue to see this notification until your TOEFL scores are submitted.
  • Please refer to the application checklist to confirm all elements are indeed submitted
  • Keep in mind the statement in Question 1 above
  • Applications that are submitted earlier in the admission cycle (before January) will hear back by approximately the end of January or sooner
  • Applications that are submitted during peak admission time (January) will hear back by approximately the end of March or sooner
  • Though the acceptance fee deposit is nonrefundable, it can secure your place in the MSW program
  • All Financial Aid questions should be directed to the Office of Student Financial Aid Services at financialaid@uconn.edu or (860) 486-2819
  • You will not hear back about Financial Aid at the time of acceptance
  • Please contact the Office of Student Financial Aid Services at financialaid@uconn.edu or (860) 486-2819 for details